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Collectible British Indian Silver Coins

The long history of British rule in India is one of the best-known examples of struggle against global imperialism. The Indian fight in the early 20th century against the power of Great Britain led to independence in 1947 and the subsequent split of the country into Hindu-controlled India and Muslim-controlled Pakistan. For many historians, this development also marks the end of the British Empire, which had been weakening as a global power since World War I. British forces arrived in India ... Continue Reading

Antique Lamps and Oil Lamps

Beautiful Antique Lamps & Oil Lamps will Compliment Your Modern Design There is nothing quite like a genuine antique oil lamp or a beautiful antique desk lamp to add that feeling of opulence and comfort to your favourite room. The style of antique lamps varies and here you will discover fine examples of Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Victorian gothic lamps. As well as styles there are different types, including beautiful cranberry glass oil lamps, sophisticated desk lamps and even the ... Continue Reading

A Look at Highly Collectible Antique Carnival Glass.

There are various names for antique Carnival glass including; Poor Mans Tiffany, Rainbow Glass, Aurora Glass and Taffeta Glass. The variety and enormous range of patterns means that glass collectors will always be searching for more pieces. But making sure your acquisitions are genuine antique carnival glass is all important. Many modern glass manufacturers reintroduced lines, copied old original patterns and created more modern patterns when carnival glass became popular in the 1950's. Continue Reading

Can You Identify this William Moorcroft Bowl Pattern

Please help me Identify this William Moorcroft Bowl Pattern. by Sarah Martyn (Abbotsford, BC, Canada) I bought this beautiful William Moorcroft bowl at a garage sale last year for $2. I knew the name, and thought it was a very pretty piece. The bowl is 10.5 cm diameter, 5 cm tall. None of the local antique "experts" can tell me anything about it. All they say is that it is old, and it's in beautiful shape, and it must be rare because they have never seen that pattern before. The ... Continue Reading

Vintage & Collectable Pressed Glass

Pressed glass has been dismissed by serious collectors and the wealthier elements of the population throughout the years, simply because it was aimed at the mass market. But like most things that appeal to the majority of the population, pressed glass has moved up in the World and is now fashionable enough among the more well to do, that glass collectors are sitting up and taking notice. Continue Reading

Doulton Lambeth Stoneware

Great Deals on Rare & Collectable Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Including antique Doulton stoneware vases and other pieces by Hannah Barlow, George Tinworth, Florence Barlow, Eliza Simmance and many other Royal Doulton artists. Lambeth stoneware designs are quite diverse and pieces are always marked. The Doulton marks almost always include the words 'Doulton Lambeth' with pieces usually signed or including the artists monogram. Royal Doulton Stoneware probably epitomises the art and ... Continue Reading

Doulton Artists Marks (U)

Royal Doulton artists marks and monograms, beginning with the letter U. A selection of Royal doulton artists marks and monograms. Sorted alphabetically by surname from left to right. We've provided real life examples of Doulton marks and monograms in our Antiques & Collectibles gallery and the Pottery Marks index. Most Royal Doulton artists used a mark or monogram that included their initials and a quick click to the relevant character below will help you find the mark easily. You will ... Continue Reading

Doulton Artists Marks (T)

Royal Doulton artists marks and monograms beginning with the letter T. A selection of Royal doulton artists marks that includes George Hugo Tabor and the superb George Tinworth monograms. Marks & Monograms are sorted alphabetically by surname from left to right. You can also find real life examples of Doulton marks and artist monograms on the Pottery Marks index and the Antiques & Collectibles Gallery pages. Royal Doulton artists and their assistants were permitted to use a mark or ... Continue Reading

Doulton Artist Monograms (S)

Royal Doulton artist monograms beginning with or including the letter S. Including Eliza Simmance, Harry Simeon and Emily Stormer. Sorted alphabetically by surname from left to right. We've provided real life examples of Royal Doulton marks and artist monograms in the Doulton Gallery and the Pottery Marks index. NOTE: Most royal doulton artists and assistants were encouraged to use a mark or artist monogram that included their initials. A quick click through to the relevant character below ... Continue Reading

Doulton Artists Marks (R)

Royal Doulton artists marks and monograms, beginning with or including the letter R. Featuring a comprehensive selection of Royal Doulton artists whose initial marks begin with the letter R. Including monograms of notable Doulton artists like Alice Robjent, A Rohss and Clara Rymer. The marks sorted alphabetically by surname from left to right. There are real life examples of Doulton marks including Doulton stoneware marks with artist monograms on the pottery marks index page. NOTE: Most ... Continue Reading