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Category: Antique Asian Vases

Whether they're high-shouldered or pear-shaped, rounded at their waists or curvaceous like a beaker, vases from China and Japan are exp… Go to asian vases

Category: Chinese Plates

The Imperial Chinese factory at Jingdezhen began exporting Chinese porcelain plates to Europe on a large scale during the Ming Dynasty,… Go to chinese plates

Category: Vintage and Antique Teapots

Teapots are decorative containers, commonly made from pottery or silver, for steeping and serving hot tea. In contrast to kettles, teap… Go to teapots

Category: Roseville Art Pottery

In 1890, George F. Young founded the Roseville Pottery Corporation in Roseville, Ohio, as a utility ware manufacturer. The move was a r… Go to roseville art pottery

Category: Ceramic Head Vases

The terms “head vase,” “lady head vase,” or “head planters” refer to a style of ceramic vase popularized during the 1950s and generally… Go to head vases

Category: Vintage JBK Camrose & Kross Jewelry

In 1962, on Valentine's Day, a CBS News correspondent named Charles Collingswood interviewed First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy abou… Go to camrose & kross

Category: Antique Vaseline and Uranium Glass

Also known as uranium glass, Vaseline glass glows bright green under ultraviolet light, thanks to the uranium oxide added to the glass … Go to vaseline glass

Category: Vintage Rosenthal China

Like a lot of potteries, the Rosenthal Porcelain Factory grew from decorating roots. Founded in 1879 by Philipp Rosenthal, the company … Go to rosenthal china

Category: Antique and Vintage Dining Chairs

In Europe, chairs were relatively uncommon until the 17th century. Before that time, kings, queens, and even clergymen enjoyed elaborat… Go to dining chairs

Category: Antique and Vintage Aladdin Lamps

At the turn of the 20th century, light was still considered a somewhat supernatural commodity. Edison’s light bulb remained a work-in-p… Go to aladdin lamps

Category: Antique Kewpie Dolls

Antique and vintage Kewpie dolls, sometimes misspelled as "cupie," have a unique origin story. In 1907, Kewpie-doll creator Rose O’Neil… Go to kewpie dolls

Category: Antique French Silver

Normally when we think of antique sterling silver we think of England, where the tradition of hallmarking the metal for quality control… Go to french silver

Category: Daum Art Glass

Although the roots of Daum Frères can be traced to 1878, when an attorney named Jean Daum was handed the reins of a foundering glasswor… Go to daum art glass

Category: Van Briggle Art Pottery

Van Briggle Pottery was founded in Colorado Springs in 1901 by a husband-and-wife team (well, not technically, since Artus and Anne did… Go to van briggle pottery

Category: Antique and Vintage Cats

Perhaps no creature in the animal kingdom has inspired such extreme emotions as the cat. Throughout history, they’ve been intensely lov… Go to cats

Category: Art Glass

Art glass sprang from a revolution in glassmaking in the mid-1800s, when glassblowers began experimenting with colors, patterns, and te… Go to art glass

Category: Pottery

The term “art pottery” is a largely Western designation for traditional ceramic forms such as vases and bowls whose design and decorati… Go to pottery

Category: Antique and Vintage Silver

Holding a piece of sterling silver flatware in the palm of the hand is like holding a piece of moonlight. In fact, since ancient times,… Go to silver

Category: Antique and Vintage Glassware

Antique and vintage glassware encompasses countless types of decorative-yet-functional containers, bowls, and platters produced from th… Go to glassware

Category: Wristwatches

No one really needs a wristwatch anymore. With smartphones in our pockets and purses—increasingly, they are also strapped to our wrists… Go to wristwatches