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Collecting Antique Glass offers one of the widest opportunities for the antiques collector.
When collecting antique glass you are collecting some of the most delicate, most beautiful and most precious items that man has ever produced.
Glass is one of the few materials that has survived into the 20th century
Nothing has been developed that can replace it and the manufacturer of glass is becoming much more technically advanced. We are finding far more uses for it.
The actual manufacturer ...
A varied selection of Derby Porcelain products both antique and modern
By Derby artists and designers that exemplify the Derby style. Porcelain plates, figures and vases that demonstrate the superb quality of Royal Crown Derby products.
Not all Derby products are as collectible as the items featured below and most are well within range of any porcelain collectors budget. The products we feature here are simply used to demonstrate what you could find. If you search hard enough.
The Meissen Porcelain Gallery features a small sample of Meissen wares.
A sample of Meissen porcelain that demonstrates the quality of antique Meissen Porcelain production and decoration.
The know how, experience and passion for the white gold known as porcelain has defined the character of Meissen's porcelain production over the past centuries and still does today.
Antique porcelain is well known for its superb quality but today the productions issued by Meissen Porcelain still match the ...
A brief look at the origins of Meissen porcelain and the characters involved.
The Meissen Porcelain story began when Augustus II The Strong; Elector of Saxony and King of Poland (1670-1733), protected the goldsmith Johann Friedrich Bottger from the Prussians pursuing him.
The protection of this passionate collector of Chinese and Japanese porcelain, together with the encounter of Bottger with the scholar Tschirnhaus and the artistic influence of the designer J. J. Kaendler and the painter ...
The Antique Marks Glossary - Antique Terms (Q)
Here you will find antique terms and related words beginning with Q and covering everything from Qing to Quimper and Queens Ware to Quaich plus many more that you might find useful.
Organised alphabetically; simply scroll through the list of antique terms or use the search function in the sidebar to find all mentions of the word or phrase you're looking for.
qingbai (ceramic - chinese - porcelain)
Chinese porcelain form the song dynasty ...
The Antique Marks Glossary covering Antique Terms (M)
Here you will find antique terms and related words beginning with the letter 'M' including definitions and short histories covering everything from MacIntyre to the Martin Brothers, Moorcroft, Minton and Musket.
Listed alphabetically, so simply scroll through or use the search function to find the word or term you are looking for.
macheleid, georg heinrich (ceramics - porcelain re-invention - thuringian)
Georg Heinrich Macheleid ...
With decoration depicting four Dragons rising from a stormy sea, this fine pair of Rosenthal Art Deco Vases are absolutely stunning. The Dragons are embellished and surrounded with honeycomb pattern gilding and the large flared rims have gilded edges and ornately patterned borders. A very collectable pair of Rosenthal vases.
A Glossary of Coin Collecting Terms and their Meanings ...
Collecting Coins, like any passion hobby or interest has built up a set of coin collecting terms. A language all of its own.
Words and phrases used by coin collectors, numismatic practitioners and students of numismatics.
These basic numismatic terms, which are likely to cause the most difficulty for both the novice and the advanced coin collector, are included in this coin collecting glossary.
Our Index of Coin Collecting Terms and ...
Coin Value Factors are the factors that determine Collectable Coin Values.
There are a host of factors that influence the market value of a collectible coin. Some of these are dependent on the actual coin, like condition, age, how many were minted and any errors produced.
Other coin value factors are purely dependent on market forces, which can be changed by mass psychology, non-coin related economic factors and dozens of other causes.
Coin Collectors have no control over the large scale ...
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