Learn how to identify pottery and porcelain hallmark/marks.
Collecting antique glass insulators is a relatively new hobby. Glass insulators were used along railway and telegraph lines in the 19th through the 20th centuries.
A laymans guide to finding antiques and collectibles in Gargage sales and Charity shops.
From 1938 to 2004 the Frankoma Pottery of Sapulpa Oklahoma produced some of the most interesting American pottery ever designed. John Frank graduated from the Chicago Art Institure & was hired by the University of...
Collecting vintage cookie cutters is an enjoyable, as well as affordable hobby for many people.
Learn the history of Delft pottery, and all of its various hallmarks/marks. Plus how to identify an antique piece of Delft.
Beautiful porcelain pieces are ageless. But somehow the older pieces speak to me. The patterns and styles are varied and endless. Enjoy a look at my collection.
Collecting hammered aluminum pieces from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s adds vintage style to any occasion. Pieces are plentiful and affordable and don't require polishing. Many aluminum pieces are distinct and are hand...
Learn about the history of Clinchfield pottery, along with the pottery marks/hallmarks that they used over the years.
Toby Jugs are whimsical earthenware vessels in the shape of 17th century figures. They feature long frock coats, tricorn hats and usually come with a lid, handle and pouring spout.