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Bog Oak Victorian Black Jewelry - Recognizing Bog Oak Mourning Jewelry
Bog oak was a popular substance used for jewelery in the Victorian Era. Properties of bog oak jewelery.

Berlin Iron in Victorian Black Jewelry - Recognizing Berlin Iron in Victorian Jewelry
Berlin iron was a rare form of jewelery in the Victorian Era. Learn to recognize the properties of Berlin iron.

Onyx in Victorian Black Jewelry - Recognizing Black Onyx in Victorian Jewelry
Black Onyx was a popular substance used for Victorian jewelery. Learn the properties of black onyx jewelery.

Cut steel in Victorian Black Jewelry - Recognizing Cut Steel in Victorian Jewelry
Cut steel was a popular material used in Victorian jewelery. Learn to recognize the properties of cut steel jewelery.

Gutta Percha in Victorian Black Jewelry - Recognizing Gutta Percha Jewelry
Gutta Percha was a popular material used in Victorian jewelry. Learn to recognize the properties of gutta percha jewelry.

Distinguishing Jet as a Jewelry Material - Recognizing Jet in Victorian Mourning Jewelry
How to recognize black jet, often used for Victorian mourning jewelry. The qualities of black jet jewelry.

French Jet Victorian Black Jewelry - Recognizing French Jet Mourning Jewelry
French jet was a popular substance used in Victorian mourning jewelry. The properties of French jet jewelery.

Learning About Cranberry Glass
Learn about the history and elegance of beautiful cranberry colored glass.

Identifying and Testing Jet in Victorian Jewelry
This article describes and defines jet, once the substance of choice for Victorian mourning jewelry. Information on how to test for jet is included.

History of Capodimonte Italian Porcelain
Capodimonte: a regal name with a royal past. Learn more about the porcelain treasures bearing the Capodimonte name.

15 Facts About Hall China Company
Think you know Hall China? Or maybe you're just starting to learn about the company's products. Whether it serves as a brief review or introduction to something totally new, you should find this list of facts to be interesting, if not downright enlightening.

Selling Antiques and Collectibles to Dealers Near You
Sometimes selling an antique to a dealer is a great option for garnering quick cash. Get some helpful tips for selling to antiques dealers in this easy to peruse guide.

Man and Antiques Equals Mantiques - Collecting Interests of Men
What are mantiques? These include vintage license plates, golf memorabilia and beer collectibles, among other things collected predominantly by guys.

How To Identify A French Furniture Semainier or Antique Lingerie Chest
The semainier is an unique type of antique chest. Developed in 18th-century France, the semainier was a piece of luxury furniture for a luxurious age. This glossary-style article defines and describes the semainier, with illustrations.

Scarlet O’Hara’s Dresses Displayed After Restoration
See a selection of gowns worn by Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind as displayed after they were conserved by the Harry Ransom Center.

Scarlett’s Burgundy Ball Gown on Display at the Harry Ransom Center
See the Scarlett O'hara's Burgundy Ball Gown on display after conservation at the Harry Ransom Center.

The Green Curtain Dress
See the famous Curtain Dress worn by Scarlett O'hara in Gone with the Wind on display at the Harry Ransom Center after restoration.

Scarlett Wearing the Burgundy Ball Gown in Gone with the Wind
See Scarlet O'Hara wearing the Burgundy Ball Gown in Gone with the Wind.

The Green Wrapper from Gone with the Wind on Display at the Harry Ransom Center
See The Green Wrapper worn by Scarlett O'Hara on display at the Harry Ransom Center after its conservation.

Scarlett Wearing The Green Wrapper in Gone with the Wind
See Scarlett O'Hara wearing The Green Wrapper in a scene from Gone with the Wind.

Scarlett’s Blue Peignoir
See a replica of The Blue Peignoir on display at the Harry Ransom Center.

The Wedding Dress on Display at the Harry Ransom Center
See a replica of Scarlett O'Hara's Wedding Dress on display at the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, Texas.

The Wedding Dress as Worn in Gone with the Wind
See a still from Gone with the Wind featuring Scarlett O'Hara wearing her mother's wedding gown.

Settee - What Is This Type of Antique Seating?
Get set to learn what a settee is. Originating in the 1600s, the settee is still popular today. This illustrated article describes the settee, its history and how it differs from the settle (earlier) and the sofa (later).

Jelly Belly Costume Jewelry - Learn more about the type of 1940s sterling costume jewelry with a unique origin
Learn more about the type of 1940s costume jewelry, often made of sterling silver, known as the

Settle - How To Identify This Gothic Seat Akin to the Sofa in Antique Furniture
Don't settle for guesswork if you want to know what a settle is - just consult this brief article. This article defines and describes a settle, once a common piece of furniture, that is ancestor to modern sofas.

How to Identify a Credenza Sideboard or Buffet in Antique Furniture
Lend credence to your antiques' knowledge by learning about the credenza. Developed during the Renaissance, the credenza has flourished for 500 years. This illustrated glossary-style article succinctly explains almost everything you need to know about the credenza.

What is Antique Tin Toleware?
Varnished tinned-metal objects, known as toleware, were popular for 200 years. This glossary-style article defines toleware, tells where it was made and how to recognize it.

Canapé de l’Amitié Settee - What Is a canapé de l’amitié Settee in Antique Furniture?
The canapé de l’amitié is another one of those novelty couches so beloved in the 19th century. This glossary-style article explains and shows what a canapé de l’amitié is and how it reflects its era.

Learn About Tesserae - Also Known As Those Tiny Things That Create a Mosaic or Micromosaic in Antique Jewelry and Furniture
Test your knowledge of antique decorative techniques by identifying tesserae. This glossary-style article defines tesserae, the elements of the ancient art of mosaic making, with examples in jewelry and furniture.

Chinoiserie Asian Decorative Elements in Antique Furniture
Chinoiserie isn't just about Chinese -- it reflects European interest in all things Asian as far back as the 1600s. Learn what chinoiserie means in antique furniture with this well-illustrated, glossary style article.

What Is a Cassone Chest in Italian Antique Furniture?
Imagine storing your clothes in an Italian chest, or cassone. The cassone was a special, elaborate chest that flourished in Renaissance Italy. Learn what a cassone looked like and what it was made for with this illustrated article.

Vernis Martin Decorative Technique in Antique Furniture
Vernis martin was one of the better European imitations of Asian lacquer. This article defines the vernis martin technique, providing several illustrations.

See an example of a Tambour Roll Top in Antique Furniture
What exactly does tambour refer to, and how does it work? Learn about tambour doors and covers in this glossary-style article. This article describes the tambour, an ingenious element of furniture invented in the 18th-century that's still used today. See examples of tambours and learn what type of furniture they're most often associated with.

Homer Laughlin China Co.- History, Patterns, Colors and More
Homer Laughlin China Co. is one of the most prolific names in collectible dinnerware. Learn about the company's history and some of its wares here.

Information on Depression Glass Including Patterns, Price Guides, Values, History and More
This is your source for identifying Depression glass patterns, researching values, and learning more about this history of Depression-era glassware.

Fiesta Dinnerware - Background, Colors and How to Tell Old from New
Learn more about the party for your table known as Fiesta dinnerware including background, all the varied colors and how to tell old from new.

Depression Glass Collecting: A Brief History and Guide
Learn about the history of Depression-era glass, and tips on how to start your own Depression glass collection, e.g., how to recognize reproductions.

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Gondola Chair - What Sort of Antique Chair is Named for a Boat?
Let your furniture knowledge set sail by learning about the gondola chair. This succinct glossary-style article defines the gondola chair, giving several illustrated examples of this popular turn-of-the-19th-century style.

Curule Chair Antique Furniture Example and Definition
Here's a handy curule of thumb for identifying an ancient Roman furniture form that remains popular today. This article defines a curule chair, explains its origins and describes when the style flourished in antique furniture.

Collecting Holiday Jewelry Including Christmas Tree Pins, Both Vintage and Contemporary
Have you ever thought about starting a holiday jewelry collection, maybe even Christmas tree pins, but weren't sure where to begin? This article will give you a step by step overview.

Marked or Signed Vintage Christmas Tree Pins - What to Consider When Buying
Do you know what to look for when buying signed vintage Christmas tree pins? Find out here.

What to Look for in Christmas Jewelry - Appeal, Quality, Marks and More
Wondering what you should look for when buying vintage Christmas jewelry? Take a look at these tips for buying smart.

Holiday Jewelry Beyond Christmas Tree Pins - Wreaths, Reindeer, Ornaments, Santa, Candles and More
Not a fan of Christmas tree pins? There's much more to holiday jewelry collecting learn about.

Collecting Contemporary Christmas Jewelry Including Tree Pins
Do you know where to begin when it comes to collecting contemporary Christmas jewelry made from the 1990s to present? Take a look at this article for some hints.

What Is a Wingback or Wing Chair in Antique Furniture?
This glossary-style article defines, and gives several stunning examples, of the wingback chair -- a favorite of clubs and libraries since the late 1600s. Learn all about the features and history of the wingback chair, one of the 18th-century's most familiar pieces of furniture.

Ball and Claw Foot - Definition and Example
An illustrated example of the claw and ball foot popular in Chippendale style furniture manufacture.

How to Identify a Marlborough Leg on Antique Furniture
Would you recognize a Marlborough leg? This glossary-style article defines the Marlborough leg, a furniture style. Learn the characteristics of a Marlborough leg, when it was popular and what furniture-maker used it.

How to Identify a Slat-Back Ladder-Back Chair - Antique Furniture Example
Get a ladder up on recognizing antique chairs by learning what a ladder-back chair is. This glossary-style article describes and depicts the ladder-back chair, or slat-back chair. A mainstay of country furniture, the ladder-back chair has been around for centuries. The slat- or ladder-back chair was favored by Shaker craftsmen.

How To Identify a Fluted Antique Furniture Leg
What's a fluted leg? How is a fluted leg different from a reeded leg? Learn how to play the identify-the-furniture-leg game by learning what a fluted leg looks like. This glossary-style article describes and illustrates the fluted leg, a leg style popular in the 18th century.

How to Identify a Flemish Scroll Leg on Antique Furniture
Scroll on down to learn about a Flemish scroll leg. Flemish scroll legs are a 17th-century style associated with Restoration, William and Mary and other Baroque furniture styles. This glossary-style article defines and illustrates the Flemish scroll leg. Learn what a Flemish scroll leg looks like and the other names it goes by.

Corner Chair or Roundabout Chair Example in Antique Furniture - How to Identify a Corner Chair or Roundabout Chair in Antique Furniture
You won't mind being backed into a corner if you know what a corner chair is. Learn how to identify a corner chair, also called a roundabout chair. This glossary-style article defines and describes the corner chair, when it developed and what it looks like.

How to Identify a Trumpet Leg on Antique Furniture
Sound the trumpets when you identify a trumpet leg. The trumpet leg was a furniture style typical of the mid-17th and early 18th century. This illustrated glossary-style article describes and defines the trumpet leg. Learn which types of furniture are characterized by trumpet legs.

Can Old Magazines Be Valuable Collectibles?
Most people have at least one or two old magazines laying around, but are the worth anything? Learn more about what's collectible, and what's not, in the world of old periodicals.

The Ivory Ban and Antiques - How Will It Impact Ivory You Own?
What you need to know about possessing and selling antique ivory since the United States federal ban.

Chanel Costume Jewelry Marks and Signatures
It's easy to date Chanel vintage costume jewelry, which can be quite valuable, once you know how to decipher the company's marks and signatures.

How Can I Value My Antiques and Collectibles Myself?
Read more about valuing antiques and learn to come up with values for your own collectibles. Learning to value antiques and collectibles is a skill appraisers pick up over time, but with time and patience you can do it yourself.

A Guide to Identifying Antique Furniture Leg Styles
Knowing furniture leg styles can help identify your antique furniture. Use this handy reference with links to individual articles to learn about leg styles.

Antique/ Mid-Century Modern Furniture - Value Guides
These antique and Mid-Century modern furniture price and identification guides can help you value your older furniture.

How to Identify Hepplewhite Style Antique Furniture
This encyclopedia-style entry defines and discusses Hepplewhite furniture. Learn to identify the characteristics of Hepplewhite furniture styles.

Collecting Fire-King Glass - How Much Is It Worth?
Wondering what's collectible in the realm of Fire-King glass? Find out what to look for and what it's worth here.

Know Your Antique Couch, Sofa and Settee Styles
Whether used for lying down or sitting upright, the couch -- and its cousins, the sofa, the settee and the daybed -- has a long history, going back to classical Greek and Roman times. Here is a list of some common types that antique furniture fans are likely to encounter.

The Hitchcock Chair in Antique Furniture
Unravel the mystery of the Hitchcock chair, America's first factory-produced chair. This article traces the history of the Hitchcock chair, a popular painted and stenciled chair of the early 19th century. Learn who invented the Hitchcock chair, how and where it was made, its characteristics and how to authenticate an original.

Should You Restore and Refinish Antique Furniture?
You've heard that refinishing old furniture can diminish the value. So when is it okay to clean, repair and refinish an antique? Read on for more information on furniture refinishing and restoration.

Windsor Chair - A Brief History and Description
Nothing says colonial America like the Windsor chair. Learn about the historic Windsor chair, how it was born in England but refined in the colonies. This illustrates traces the origins of the Windsor chair, defines and describes its characteristics, and distinguishes different varieties.

Nickel Silver, German Silver and Alpaca
If you run across a mark reading nickel silver, German silver or alpaca on an antique, don't be fooled by these false forms of silver. Find out what they really are here.

Eames Mid-Century Modern Furniture - How to Identify, Authenticate and Value Eames Mid-Century Modern Furniture
Identifying an authentic piece designed by Charles and Ray Eames can be tricky. This illustrated article describes several ways to authenticate and value a genuine piece of Eames furniture.

Collecting Antique American Brilliant Period Cut Glass
An introduction to collecting and identifying American Brilliant Period cut glass, including what avid collectors are willing to more pay more to find.

Antique Table Identification Guide
From dainty teapoy to massive trestle, this article lists a range of antique tables, with links to more info about each variety.

Foot Style Examples to Help You Identify and Date Antique Furniture
This article is a round-up of various antique furniture foot styles from the Renaissance to the Empire. Learn about varieties of furniture feet styles and when they developed. Several foot styles are listed, with links to more detailed descriptions and photos.

Learn All About Antique and Collectible Cranberry Glass
Ever see glass good enough to eat? Pretty cranberry glass is just that. Read all about it here.

How To Properly Store Old Photographs
Learning how to store photographs for future generations means more than sticking them in an album. Learn how you can preserve your families keepsake photos for posterity.

R.S. Prussia Porcelain - History, Facts for Collectors
R.S. Prussia is one of the top dogs in antique porcelain world. Learn more about it through this informative article and then see a beautiful collection.

R.S. Prussia - Valuing RSP
R.S. Prussia is the cream of the crop in the antique porcelain world. Learn more about it through this informative article and then see a great collection. Page 2.

How to Clean and Season Cast Iron, Including Griswold
Learn how to clean a rusty, old cast iron pan and then season it to perfection for future cooking.

Packing Jewelry for Shipping - How to Securely Package Antique, Vintage and Collectible Jewelry for Safe Shipping
While most people think they're doing a good job packaging vintage and antique jewelry for shipping, pieces arrive broken every day. Avoid disappointment and learn how to do it right.

Book Collecting - Identifying First Editions and Caring for Old Books
Are the old books on your self worth anything? Find out how to identify first editions and to care for books to maintain their value.

Geschutzt on German Antiques
Geschutzt is derived from German and often found on German antiques. Do you know what it means?

Coin Jewelry from Victorian to Modern - Collecting in All Price Ranges
Coin jewelry dates back to ancient times, but collectors most often seek and find pieces made from the Victorian era through the 1960s. Learn about this type of money you can't spend here.

How to Buy Vintage Designer Accessories for Bargain Prices
Shopping for designer accessories can be stylish, but it can also take lots of cash. Learn how buying vintage accessories can offer an alternative to designer accessories, for a fraction of the price.

Learning about Period Antique Furniture Can Pay off Big
Learning to separate the wheat from the chaff can lead to earning a big paycheck when you cash in on antique furniture finds.

Hidden Treasures: Searching for Masterpieces of American Furniture by Leigh Keno and Leslie Keno Book Review
Review of the book Hidden Treasures: Searching for Masterpieces of American Furniture by Antiques Roadshow Appraisers Leigh Keno and Leslie Keno.

Pattern Identification Guides for Antiques & Collectibles
Use these pattern identification guides to help you identify your antique and collectible glassware, china and more.

Mid-Century Modern Furniture - Celebrated Mid-Century Modern Furniture Designs
This research resource offers insight into some of the most celebrated names in Mid-Century Modern furniture design.

Identifying Eastlake Furniture From the Victorian Era
Wondering exactly what Eastlake furniture looks like? This step-by-step feature will answer your questions.

Identifying Eastlake Furniture - Looking at the Details
Looking at the detail on Eastlake furniture pieces helps to identify this style.

Identifying Eastlake Furniture - Another Example
Use this step-by-step feature to learn how to identify Eastlake furniture.

Yoke Back Chair - The Antiques Furniture Glossary Definition of Yoke Back Chair
The Antiques Furniture Glossary Definition of Yoke Back Chair

Depression Era Furniture - Pieces From the 20s and 30s
Depression era furniture hasn't always been ultra popular, but it is gaining a following as more and more dealers stock their booths with these interesting pieces.

Splat Definition - The Definition of Splat
Splat has a number of meanings, but what's the relation to antique furniture?

Fostoria Glassware - Collecting Colored & Etched Glass
Fostoria glassware has long been a favorite with collectors. Learn more about the company and the glass.

Tips for Collecting Antique Silver
Want to collect a few pieces of antique silver or silverplate, but have to clue how to get started? Take a look here for a few smart ideas.

Antique and Collectible Glassware - Articles, Resources and Price Guides on Antique Glassware
A hub of information on antique and collectible glassware to aid in researching, pricing and learning more about your favorite glass.

Ways to Test Antiques and Collectibles With a Black Light
Black, also known as fluorescent or ultraviolet, lights can help with authenticating, dating, and finding repairs in all types of antiques and collectibles.

Tips for Collecting Vintage Sheet Music
Learn about the most popular and valuable types of vintage sheet music.

What Makes an Old Clothing Button Worth Collecting?
Have you ever wondered why anyone would pay money for old clothing buttons? Take a look at this article to find out why people love them and the surprising sums they can be worth.

Frankoma Pottery Characteristics and History
Frankoma hasn't always been the most popular pottery on the block, but it is gaining ground with collectors.

Collecting Vintage Postcards from the Early 1900s
In the early 1900s, people communicated by post and often through colorful vintage postcards. Learn more about these collectibles through an article by Pamela Y. Wiggins, your Antiques Expert for About.com.

Defining Confusing Antique Furniture Terms and Names
Shopping for antique furniture can be exciting and fun. But with all the differing terminology out there, it can be confusing too. For instance, do you know the difference between a buffet and a sideboard? How about a chifforobe and a chiffonier? Read on to find out.

Valuing Antiques and Collectibles Like an Appraiser
Wondering how to get started when it comes to valuing antiques and collectibles? With a few basic tips, you'll be valuing like a pro in no time.

Antique and Collectible Jewelry and Watch Price and Value Guides
Antique & Collectible Jewelry Price and Value Guides

The Definition of Cabriole Antique Furniture Legs
What is a cabriole leg? Take a look at this illustrated definition to find out.

5 Good Reasons Why You Shouldn't End an Online Auction Early to Accept a Buy It Now Offer
Should you end an online auction when approached by an individual with a

6 Valuable Tips for Selling on eBay
Selling on eBay can be easy, profitable and fun, especially when it comes to antiques and collectibles. But there are pitfalls. Check out this article from author Pamela Y. Wiggins for tips on selling on eBay with success.

How To Identify Japanned Antique Furniture
Has that table been japanned? Discover the art of japanned furniture that flourished in the 17th and 18th centuries. This article describes how japanned furniture developed and gives several unique examples of these East-meets-West pieces.

How to Recognize a Broken Pediment in Antique Furniture
A broken pediment is no cause for a broken heart - it's a common type of ornament atop case furniture. Learn what a broken pediment looks like, when it developed and its characteristics, with this illustrated article.

Emile-Jaques Ruhlman Antique Furniture
Who's your daddy, Art Deco lovers? Meet Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann, whose designs became the cornerstone of what today is called the Art Deco style. This article gives background on Ruhlmann, describes the development and characteristics of his style, and furnishes several examples. Learn about the furniture designer Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann whose elistist works helped introduce the world to Art Deco.

Victorian Furniture Makers, R.J. Horner & Co.
R.J. Horner & Co. is well known for Victorian furniture featuring elaborate carving and lavish detailing.

The Hunzinger Lollipop Rocker - a Uniquely Carved Chair
What makes George Hunzinger's rockers so unique? Take a look at his lollipop carving to find out.

J. & J.W. Meeks Furniture - Antique Home Furnishings Made by John and Joseph W. Meeks
Spanning 72 years, J. & J.W. Meeks produced furniture in many different styles. Learn more about the company, what they made, and values for these pieces here.

Furniture by Paul Evans Beats Estimates at Auction
Even non-antique furniture does well at auction, if it's the work of a Mid-Century designer like Paul Evans. Read about the results of a recent auction of Paul Evans work. Learn about Paul Evans, his unique artisan furniture and how to recognize it.

Values for Charles and Ray Eames Mid-century Masters Furniture Sold at Auction
Charles and Ray Eames were masters of mid-century furniture design -- and their work is hotter than ever. A recent auction of Eames furniture by Wright in Chicago indicates the lasting appeal of Charles and Ray Eames.

Coalbrookdale Cast Iron Furniture - All about the Masters of Antique Garden Furniture
In the 1800s, one of the leading contemporary purveyors of outdoor furniture was the Coalbrookdale Company of Shropshire, England. This lavishly illustrated article traces the history and describes the work of the Coalbrookdale Company, whose 19th-century cast-iron settees, chairs and tables have become valuable antiques.

Who Was John Henry Belter? - A Look at a Rococo Revival Furniture Master's Work
When it comes to Rococo Revival furniture, no one did it better than John Henry Belter.

Join a Collecting Club - Collecting Groups Enrich the Experience No Matter What You Collect
Joining a collecting club, nationally, locally or online, can enrich your experience as a collector no matter what you happen to collect.

How To Identify An Antique Escritoire Writing Desk
You've probably used an escritoire and never known it. An escritoire was originally a writing box, but it grew into an entire writing desk. This article defines both types of escritoires, and provides illustrations for each.

Is It a Fall-Front or Drop-Front Antique Desk?
Is there a difference between a fall-front and a drop-front desk? Find out here.

What Is a Butler's Desk or Chest in Antique Furniture?
The butler's desk or butler's chest has been a popular and practical article of furniture since the late 1700s. Illustrated with several examples, this glossary-style article defines the butler's desk or chest.

Identifying Antique Furniture Foot Styles
This research resource will help you identify antique furniture foot styles with illustrated examples.

Leg Styles Found on Antique Furniture
This research resource will help you identify antique furniture leg styles with illustrated examples.

Davenport Desk Antique Furniture Example
Davenport is a big name for a little desk. Learn about the little desk called the davenport, a popular British and American piece of furniture in the 19th century. This article tells you everything you need to know about identifying a davenport desk.

What Is a Cheval Style Mirror?
Learn what a cheval mirror is, without horsing around, by reading this glossary style article. This brief article defines the cheval mirror, and is illustrated with several examples.

What Is a Cellarette Wine Cooler in Antique Furniture?
Meet the cellarette, an antique wine cooler or portable bar for liquor. This illustrated glossary-style article on the cellarette keeps the info flowing about this 18th-century storage unit for wine and liquor.

Canterbury - A Music or Magazine Rack in Antique Furniture
While a canterbury sounds like something for the horsey set, it's actually an article of furniture for music lovers and readers. Learn what a canterbury is and when it developed from this illustrated, glossary-style article.

American Antique Furniture Designers, Styles and Elements
Learn about American antiques, from the 17th century to the 20th century. This article provides links to other articles on 350 years' worth of American antiques.

Antique Furniture Glossary - Terms with Illustrations
Want to learn more about antique furniture? Start with this glossary of furniture terms linking to articles with illustrations.

Ribbon-Back or Ribband-back Chair Antique Furniture Example
Don't get tied in knots trying to identify a ribbon-back chair. This illustrated article defines and describes the ribbon- (or ribband-) chair. Learn about two types of ribbon-back chairs, and which famous furniture-maker is associated with the style. The ribbon-back chair is often associated with Thomas Chippendale.

How to Identify a Saber Leg on Antique Furniture
Would you be able to recognize a saber leg? This glossary-style article describes and defines the saber leg, a furniture style that dates back to ancient Greece. Learn the periods and styles of furniture in which the saber leg flourished on chairs, sofas and stools.

Antique and Vintage Toy Value and Price Guides
Antique and Vintage Toy Value and Price Guides

How To Identify A Savonarola Chair in Antique Furniture
Are you savvy enough to recognize a Savonarola chair? Do you know how a Savonarola chair differs from a curule? This glossary-style article defines a Savonarola chair, provides background and a photo. Learn the long, rich history of the Savonarola chair, also known as a Dante chair.

Bergère Chair Style - Antique Furniture
The word may be foreign, but the bergre is one of the most familiar of chairs. Learn what a bergre is and how it developed. This glossary-style article defines and describes the bergre, indicating the furniture styles it represents and how it differs from other chairs.

What Is a Slipper Chair in Antique Furniture?
Slip into something comfortable when you slip into a slipper chair. This glossary-style article defines the slipper chair, gives several examples and names famous designers associated with it. Learn all about the slipper chair, an 18th-century invention that has endured.

Fancy Chair Antique Furniture - How to Identify a Fancy Chair in Antique Furniture
Learn the plain facts about the fancy chair. This glossary-style article describes a fancy chair and offers photos of different styles. Article explains the origins and definition of the fancy chair, along with other name for it and what style of furniture it belongs to.

What Is a Fauteuil Chair in Antique Furniture?
The fauteuil is one of the most familiar types of antique furniture, but do you know what it looks like?

How to Identify a French Antique Etagère
What is a whatnot, more elegantly known as an tagre? This illustrated glossary-style article defines the tagre, tracing its development and offering several examples of this prime example of Victorian conspicuous consumption.

A Guide to Identifying French Antique Furniture
French antiques are renowned for their refinement and rich materials. A listing of articles about French antique furniture, styles and elements.

How to Identify a Pembroke Antique Drop-Leaf Table
Go for Pembroke and learn about this perennially popular type of table. This glossary-style article defines and describes the Pembroke table. Learn when the Pembroke table developed and what famous furniture designers made use of it.

British / English Antique Furniture Styles With Examples
British (English) furniture styles have always been especially influential and collectible in the U.S. This article lists a variety of common British antique furniture, furniture elements, and styles.

Antique Loveseats - Loveseats: Couches, Chairs and Sofas Antique Furniture Built for Two
For almost as long as people have been making furniture, they've been making furniture built for two. Here are some examples of two-person seating styles known as loveseats.

Fainting Couches and Daybeds - Antique American and European Examples
Daybeds have taken many forms over the years. Stretch out through three centuries’ worth of antique European and American daybeds, ancestors of our contemporary recliners. Learn the difference between different types of daybeds and how they developed in this illustrated article.

How to Recognize a Duchesse French Daybed or Lounge Chair
Have you met the duchesse? The duchesse is an 18th-century type of daybed, and like an upper-crust lady's wardrobe, encompasses several different styles. Whether

What Is a Fainting Couch Antique Loveseat or Daybed?
The fainting couch daybed or loveseat was used by corseted ladies back in the day.

The Loveseat Sofa - What Is the Loveseat Sofa in Antique Furniture?
The Loveseat Sofa proves that antique furniture can indeed be romantic.

Loveseats: Couches, Chairs and Sofas Built for Two
The Valentine Sofa proves that furniture, even a sofa, can indeed be romantic.

What Is a Duchesse Antique Daybed or Loveseat?
The duchesse antique daybed or loveseat provides seating for two with a footrest between.

What Is the Tete-a-Tete Loveseat in Antique Furniture?
The Victorian Tte-a-Tte loveseat provides side by side seating.

What Is the Boudeuse Loveseat in Antique Furniture?
The Boudeuse loveseat is perfect for discrete conversations.

What Is a Windsor Settee Chair in Antique Furniture?
Meet the Windsor settee, an elongated version of the Windsor chair. This article defines the Windsor settee.

Two Types of Davenports in Antique Furniture
In antique furniture, the word

What Is a Chesterfield Sofa in Antique Furniture?
You've probably reclined in a Chesterfield sofa without knowing it. Learn all about the Chesterfield sofa, that bastion of men's clubs. This glossary-style article describes the Chesterfield sofa.

How to Identify a Camel-back Sofa in Antique Furniture
Helping you over the hump of furniture history, this illustrated article explains the look and origins of the camel-back sofa.

How To Identify an Antique Trestle Table
Nestle up to a trestle table in this article. Learn the origin of the trestle table, one of the oldest types of table in history. This glossary-style article depicts several types of trestle tables and describes what they look like.

How to Identify a Teapoy Table in Antique Furniture
Teapoy isn't a misprint for teapot, though it's related. A teapoy is a unique type of British table, used in -- though not named for -- the beloved tea ceremony. This glossary-styled article defines the teapoy. Observe several types of teapoys in this article.

How to Identify a Kang Antique Chinese Table
Learn what a kang table is, when and where it originated, and what it looks like. This glossary-style article defines the kang table, an ancient Chinese furniture form.

Antique Hutch Table - How to Identify Antique Hutch Tables
The hutch table was an interesting early form of tilt-top table. This illustrated glossary article describes the hutch table, a once-popular combination table and chair in one. The hutch table dates back to Jacobean England, and flourished both there and in the U.S. until the early 1800s.

Stickley vs. Stickley - Distinguishing the Brothers' Arts & Crafts Furniture Firms
The name “Stickley” is well-known in antique furniture circles – an avatar of Arts and Crafts design. But there are in fact two major sets of Stickley furniture-makers: Gustav Stickley on one hand, L. & J.G. Stickley on the other. This illustrated article describes the two Stickley firms, and tells how to distinguish their work.

The Five Stickleys - Information on the Five Different Arts & Crafts Furniture Companies Bearing the Stickley Name
In early 20th-century America, there were four different companies bearing the name Stickley. Here’s a breakdown of them, with their sample wares – illustrating the evolution of furniture styles, especially within the Arts and Crafts movement.

L. & J.G. Stickley Arts & Crafts Furniture - L. & J.G. STICKLEY, A Company Owned by Gustav Stickley's Brothers Leopold and John George
After Gustav’s, the firm of the two youngest Stickley brothers Leopold and John George -- L. & J.G. Stickley -- is the best-known.

FIVE STICKLEY Furniture Makers - Gustav Stickley and Craftsman Workshops, Makers of Arts & Crafts Furniture
Gustav Stickley -- a furniture designer, architect and publisher -- preached that furniture should be rational: well-made, comfortable and practical.

Stickley Brothers Furniture Company - Albert Stickley, Brother of Gustav, Owned Stickley Brothers Furniture Company of Grand Rapids
In 1891, Albert Stickley -- brother of Arts & Crafts avatar Gustav Stickley -- opened his own furniture company in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Stickley & Brandt Chair Company - Charles Stickley, brother to Gustav Stickley, and his cousin Schuyler Brandt Formed This Company
Charles Stickley, brother to Arts & Crafts avatar Gustav Stickley, and his cousin Schuyler Brandt formed the Stickley & Brandt Chair Company in 1891 in Binghamton, New York.

Stickley & Brandt Chair Company - Charles Stickley, brother to Gustav Stickley, and his cousin Schuyler Brandt Formed This Company
In 1909, Stickley & Brandt, co-founded by Charles Stickley, began making Arts and Crafts pieces like those made by Gustav and the other Stickley brothers.

What Is a Butterfly Table in Antique Furniture?
Netting the definition of a butterfly table is easy -- just read this article. This glossary-style article defines and illustrates the butterfly table, a unique American variation on the gate-leg table popular in William & Mary-style furniture.

What Is a Guéridon Table in Antique Furniture?
Learn about the guridon, a common type of table in antique furniture. This glossary-style article defines the guridon, describing its origins and styles.

Definition and Examples of a Gateleg Antique Table
Use this glossary-style article to learn how to identify a gate-leg table.

How to Identify a French Foot in Antique Furniture
Put your best foot forward when you know what a French foot looks like. This glossary-style article defines the French foot, also known as the French bracket foot, an enduringly popular style for chests, secretaries and bookcases from the 18th century on.

How to Identify a Reeded Antique Furniture Leg
How to identify a reeded leg? This glossary-style article explains what a reeded leg looks like, complete with illustration. Learn about an antique furniture leg style called the reeded leg, learn when the style flourished and how it differs from a fluted leg.

Definition and Example of Bracket Foot on Antique Furniture
Illustrated Example of Bracket Foot on Antique Furniture

How to Identify a Hoof Foot on Antique Furniture
In antique furniture, what is a hoof foot? This glossary-style article describes and defines the hoof foot popular in 17th and 18th century furniture.

How to Identify A Trifid Foot on Antique Furniture
Learn when the trifid or drake foot flourished, which furniture styles it's associated with, and, of course, what it looks like.

How to Identify a Spider Leg on Antique Furniture
Would you recognize spider legs? This glossary-style article defines and describes both types of spider legs. Learn the difference between the two varieties of spider legs, when they developed, and what sort of furniture they appear on.

Example of a Spiral Leg on Antique Furniture
Could you recognize a spiral leg? Learn how to identify a spiral leg. This glossary-style article describes the spiral leg, its origins and the styles of furniture it decorates.

How to Identify a Block Foot or Marlborough Foot on Antique Furniture
Would you know a block foot if you saw it? What's another name for a block foot? This glossary-style entry defines the furniture foot style known as the block or Marlborough foot. This definition of a block foot describes the foot's appearance, when it was popular, and what famous furniture-maker used it.

How to Identify a Ball Foot on Antique Furniture
Can you recognize a ball foot? This glossary-style entry describes the ball foot used in antique furniture construction. This definition of ball foot describes the style, when it was popular and what sorts of furniture it is associated with.

How to Identify a Bun Foot on Antique Furniture
Would you recognize a bun foot? What's the difference between a bun foot and a ball foot? This glossary-style article describes one of the oldest furniture foot styles, the bun foot. Learn what a bun foot looks like, how it differs from other feet, and what types of furniture it characterizes.

Hitler's Copy of Mein Kampf For Sale - History and Value of the Book
How much is a copy of Mein Kampf worth? Provenance dictates whether your edition is worth $200 or $100,000. A copy owned by Craig Gottlieb of Pawn Stars fame was expected to exceed $100,000 at auction. Find out what it sold for here.

How to Identify a French Antique Chaise Longue
Take a long look at the chaise longue, a combination chair and sofa. This glossary-style article describes the chaise longue, traces its origins and gives several examples of this combo sofa and chair. Developed in the early 1700s, the chaise longue remains a popular and comfy piece of furniture today.

How to Pick Like One of the Pawn Stars Buying Antiques, Collectibles and Historical Items Successfully
Ever wonder how those guys on

Pink Depression Glass - Popular Patterns, Prices and Reproductions
Depression glass in pink always has a following. Find out more about popular patterns, prices and reproductions here.

Learn About the Origins of Shaker Style American Furniture
Learn to identify the main characteristics of Shaker furniture and how the style evolved along with some background about this religious sect.

World's Fair Collectibles - Take a Trip Back in Time
One of the fun things about collecting is the history associated with objects, and when it comes to World's Fair memorabilia these items can take you on a trip back in time.

Texas Centennial Key - What Happened to This Bigger Than Life Gem Dating to 1936?
The Texas Centennial opened in 1936 with great fanfare that included a gem-encrusted

Cut Steel Jewelry - What Is Cut Steel Used in Antique Victorian Jewelry
Despite its industrial-sounding name, cut steel jewelery was prized by folks of fashion in the 18th and 19th centuries. This glossary-style article defines and describes cut steel jewelry, traces its development, and provides examples of pieces.

Haunted Antiques and Collectibles - Do Ghostly Treasures Reside in Your Home?
Do you believe in haunted antiques? Lots of people do, including psychic Sylvia Browne who suggests spending time with old things before bringing them into your home. Read stories about haunted treasures and decide if that's what you should be doing, too.

Muncie Pottery - Indiana Firm Producing Arts and Crafts and Art Deco Wares
Muncie Pottery might not have been the biggest company around, but they did make some interesting Arts and Crafts and Art Deco lines. Learn more about them here.

Ruba Rombic: High Value Art Deco Glassware and Pottery
Learn about Ruba Rombic, a unique Art Deco pattern produced in both glass and pottery.

Ruba Rombic Glass Colors and Values
Learn about Ruba Rombic's most commonly found colors and how much the pieces are worth.

Muncie's Pottery Version of Ruba Rombic
See an example of Ruba Rombic pottery made by Muncie Pottery.

Enid Collins Handbags
Enid Collins purses weren't always in demand, but 21st century collectors avidly seek them today. Learn about how to identify and value Collins handbags.

A Love Affair with Antiques and Memorabilia
It was just a matter of time until sentimental collectors began gathering up beautiful groupings of wedding memorabilia. Learn more about what to look for and what those items might be worth.

Butterfly Wing Collectibles
Morpho butterfly wings were used to craft souvenirs from the 1920s through the 1950s. Learn more about these unique collectibles.

5 Tips for Selling Your Stuff for Maximum Cash - Estate Liquidator Martin Codina Shares Insight
Have a ton of stuff you need to sell? Use these tips from estate liquidator and author Martin Codina to help you bring in the most cash possible for your antiques and collectibles.

Basic Guide to Understanding Gold Marks
Need to know what that mark on your gold jewelry means? Learn more about the different ways gold, and gold colored, jewelry is marked.

Researching Antiques Marks, Signatures, Reproductions - Researching Antiques Marks, Signatures, Reproductions and More
Sometimes it's a piece you've inherited, other times it's a

Van Briggle Pottery - Dating with Marks and General Rules Regarding Value
Learn more about Van Briggle pottery including the history and how these Arts & Crafts wares were marked.

Cobalt Blue Perfume Bottles, Compacts and Collectibles
Learn what collectors look for in Evening in Paris cobalt blue perfume bottles and collectibles, and how much they might be worth.

The Definition of Delphite Antique & Collectible Glass
Would you know delphite glass if you saw it? Take a look at this illustrated definition to see what it looks like.

Buying Antiques and Shopping Advice - Buying Antiques and Shopping Advice
Find out how to buy and trade for all types of antiques and collectibles with informative links compiled by your antiques guide. Don't miss the shopping resources!

Online Price Guides
Search these online price guides to help in valuing your glass, porcelain, books, dolls, radios, phonographs and just about everything antique or collectible.

Shopping for Antiques Online
There are lots of great places to shop for antiques online. Take a look at these links to get some ideas for where you can pick up a few things for your collections.

Online Antique Malls
Online antique malls can be a great resource for finding wonderful items to add to your collections. Take a look at these links for some of the best.

Antiques Shops Online
Online antique shopping can be fun and filled with great rewards. Check out these links and shop till you drop!

Antique Carpets, Rugs and Wall Hangings
Decorating with antique carpets, rugs and beautiful wall hangings can be a great idea. Learn more about them here.

Shopping for Fine Art and Antiques
In the market for a really fine antique or piece of artwork for your home? Take a look at these high end sites for some suggestions.

Antique Furniture Shopping Online
Whether you've ever considered shopping for furniture online or not, take a look at these great links to explore the opportunity.

Shopping for Antique Jewelry and Watches
Jewelry is one collecting category where you can have lots of fun shopping online. Take a look at these links, and get busy!

Musical Instrument Price Guides
Want to know how much it's worth? Check these links to price guides for antique and collectible musical instruments.

Fabulous Collecting Finds
From mod collectibles to the mirror, mirror on the wall, you'll learn lots about these fab finds here.

Paper Collectibles
Shopping for your favorites in ephemera is easy with these resource links.

Shopping for Antique Pottery and Porcelain
If you love pottery and porcelain, shopping online may be one of your favorite pastimes. Take a look at these links for even more great shopping ideas.

Shopping for Antique Quilts and Textiles
Lots of collectors love their quilts and textiles. Shopping for them online can add to your collecting enjoyment.

Antiques - General Price Guides
Want to find out how much it's worth? Check these links to general price guides and auction prices realized for a wide variety of antiques and collectibles, some with searchable databases.

Antiques Articles with Pricing Information
Articles on antiques and collectibles with pricing information.

Art Price Guides
Want to know how much it's worth? Take a look at these links to assist in identifying and valuing works of art

Book and Ephemera Price Guides
Want to know how much that old book or paper collectible is worth? Take a look at these price guides to help you determine the value of your books and ephemera.

Cast Iron and Other Metals Price Guides - Values and Prices for Cast Iron and Other Metals
Guides to help you identify and value antiques and collectibles made of cast iron and other metals including copper.

Celebrity Memorabilia Price Guides - Prices and Values for Celebrity Memorabilia
From Elvis to Marilyn to Michael Jackson, celebrity owned and created items hold extra value when compared to ordinary antiques and collectibles.

Antique Clocks - Online Price Guides
Want to know how much it's worth? Check out these links to useful online price guides for antique clocks.

Shopping for Vintage Clothing and Accessories
Shopping for vintage clothing and accessories online is a great way to add to a collection. Take a look at these shopping resources.

Collectibles Price Guides
Want to know how much it's worth? Take a look at this list of price guides to help you value your favorite collectibles.

Dolls and Toys Price Guides
Want to know how much it's worth? Take a look at this list of online doll and toy price guides to help you value your antiques and collectibles.

Furniture Price Guides
Antique Furniture Online Price Guides - Online price guides to help you value your antique furniture.

Glass Price Guides
Want to know how much it's worth? Take a look at these great price guides for antique and collectible glass.

Antique Glassware Shopping Online
From depression glass to art glass and everything in between, you'll find resources for shopping here.

Holiday Collectibles Price Guides
Want to know how much it's worth? Take a look at these links to help you value your favorite holiday collectibles?

Jewelry Price Guides Online - Online Jewelry Price Guides
Online price guides to help you value your antique and vintage jewelry including costume and Bakelite.

Antique Lamp Price Guides - Price Guides for Antique Lamps
Antique Lamp Price Guides - Price Guides for Antique Lamps

Interesting Spots to Shop for Antiques
Check out these great links for lots of great online shopping opportunities in the antiques arena.

Porcelain and Pottery Price Guides
Wondering how much it's worth? Check out these links to help you value your antique and collectible porcelain and pottery pieces?

Antique Silver and Silver Plate Value Price Guide - Values and Prices for Antique Silver and Silver Plate
Online guides to help you identify and value antique silver and silver plated wares.

Learning About Antique Clocks
If you're a clock collector, or just want to be, don't miss these great links to learn all about antique examples.

Marks & Signatures on Antiques and Collectibles - Marks & Signatures on Antiques and Collectibles
An ever-growing list of online resources for researching maker's marks and signatures on antiques and collectibles.

Resources for Researching Antiques and Collectibles Patents - Useful Resources for Researching Antiques and Collectibles Patents
Resources for researching patents issued through the U.S. Patent office. Useful in determining the age and manufacturer of antiques, especially when a maker's mark is not present but a patent number is available.

Phonographs and Radios Price Guides
Want to know how much it's worth? Check out these price guides for old phonographs and vintage radios.

Resources for Appraisers
Online sources for prices realized, auction catalogs and more.

Book Reviews on Antiques and Collectibles
Getting started can be a whole lot easier with the right reference guides to spur you along. From decorating to deco, take a look at these book reviews from your About.com antiques guide.

Online Appraisal Services for Antiques & Collectibles
Appraisal services offered through specialized sites and reputable auction houses.

Tools
Resources for information on antique tools including farm implements and useful household items

Quilts, Linens & Textiles - Learning About Antique Quilts, Vintage Textiles and Old Linens
Quilts, Linens & Textiles - Learning About Antique Quilts, Vintage Textiles and Old Linens

Learning About Cut Glass
Resources for learning about the sparkling beauty of cut glass, both European and American.

Glassware of the '40s, '50s & '60s
Resources for learning more about collectible glassware produced after the depression era during the '40s, '50s & '60s.

Furniture Term Soundalikes - Furniture Terms that Sound Alike but Have Different Meanings
A series of fun furniture features that highlight terms that sound alike but have different meanings.

Vintage Style Accessories for the Home
Sometimes it's not possible to find window shades, lamp shades and hardware to give your home vintage style. Checking out these resources will get you going.

Decorating Tips and Ideas for Antiques
We can all use a few ideas on how to make our homes more cozy and inviting. These particular suggestions take antiques and collections into consideration.

Repairing and Caring for Antique Furniture
Repairing and caring for antique furniture remains a popular topic. Learn more about refinishing, caring for marble tops and more with these great resources.

Ethnic Antiques
Information on antiques and decorative accessories from around the globe including the Orient, Europe and black Americana.

Caring for Books and Paper Collectibles
Learning to care for books and paper presents a unique challenge. Find out more about preserving these delicate collectibles.

Caring for Decorative Antique Accessories
Look to these resources for care and repair suggestions relating to all your favorite decorative antiques and collectibles, including clocks, lamps and more.

Learning About Fine Art and Antiques
Take a look at the high-end world of antiques and fine art including bronzes, sculpture, furniture and paintings through some truly inspiring aritcles and useful links.

Fine Art - Caring for Oil Paintings and Other Works of Art
Ever wonder how to clean or repair a work of art? Very carefully. Look to these links for more instruction.

Care and Repair of Antiques and Collectibles
Resources for care and repair of antiques and collectibles in general, including restoration supplies.

Antique and Collectible Gassware Care - Care for Antique and Collectible Glassware
Learning to properly care for antique and collectible glassware will extend its life.

Medical and Scientific Antiques
A look back in time at early medical devices, including quack remedies, and other old scientific instruments of interest to collectors.

Photographs
Focus on identifying your antique photographic images with resources compiled by your antiques guide.

Pottery and Porcelain Care and Repair
Learn how to clean, care for and repair ceramics, pottery and porcelain through these great resources researched by your About.com antiques guide.

Silver and Silverplate Care and Repair
Proper care and storage of silver and silverplate can keep your beautiful serving pieces looking good as new for years to come. Learn more here.

Crafty Ideas for Antiques and Collectibles
Check out these great ideas for transforming antiques and collectibles into decorative treasures to use in your home.

Caring for Old Quilts and Textiles
Old fabrics require special cleaning, care and storage to keep them in top shape. Check out these great resources to learn more.

Pre-1850 Jewelry
From cameos to

Men's Jewelry and Accessories - Examples of Vintage and Antique Men's Jewelry and Accessories
Men's Antique Jewelry and Accessories - Examples of Vintage and Antique Men's Jewelry and Accessories

Art Deco and Retro Antique and Collectible Jewelry
From the 1920s through the 1940s, art deco and retro styling captured attention. Learn more about these beautiful jewelry styles.

Silver Jewelry
Silver jewelry has been popular for centuries, and couldn't be any more desirable today. Learn about all types of silver adornments with these handy links and resources.

Jewelry Price Guides - Prices and Values for Antique and Vintage Jewelry
A list of price guides to help you value your treasures ranging from vintage silver and costume jewelry to fine antique pieces.

Hair & Head Jewelry Ornaments - Antique Jewelry and Ornaments for the Hair or Head
A variety of antique jewelry items mean to be worn on the head or in the hair with photo examples.

Capodimonte Porcelain With a Fleur De Lis or Crown N
Capodimonte Italian porcelain was produced from the mid-1700s through the early 1800s, but many pieces of later porcelain also carry this name. Learn how to identify and date Capodimonte here.

The First Capodimonte Porcelain Marked with a Crown and Neopolitan N Mark
If you're curious about the age of your Capodimonte porcelain marked with a crown and Neopolitan N mark is an early piece, find out how old it might be here.

How to Date and Identify Capodimonte Italian Porcelain
Have a Capodimonte figurine and wonder how old it is? This article can help you decipher the mark and date your piece.

Early Capodimonte Tableware Such as Plates, Cups and Saucers Made from the Mid-1700s Through the Early 1800s
If you run across a piece of early Capodimonte tableware, it's considered a rare find. Learn more about these wares here.

Capodimonte Flowers and Floral Designs
Have a flower or floral arrangement marked Capodimonte? Wondering if it was made by the original Capodimonte factory? Find out here.

Capodimonte Jewelry Casket Circa 1900 Made in Italy
If you happen to find a Capodimonte jewelry casket from the early 1900s like this one, consider yourself lucky.

Blue Bird Stoneware Crock - Prices and Values for Blue Bird on Stump Stoneware Crock
How much is an old stoneware crock with blue bird decor worth? Find out here. Page 4.

Stoneware Kodak Jug - Prices and Values for Stoneware Kodak 5-Gallon Handled Jug
How much is an old Kodak stoneware handled jug worth? Find out here. Page 5.

Large Stoneware Crock Freehand Decor - Prices and Values for Large Stoneware Crock with Blue Freehand Decor
How much is a large stoneware crock with freehand decor worth? Find out here. Page 2.

Stoneware Jug with Blue Bird - Prices and Values for Stoneware Handled Jug with Blue Bird Decor Signed Robert Binghamton NY
How much did a stoneware jug with blue bird decor sell for at auction? Find out here.

Stoneware Crock Blue Chicken - Prices and Values for Stoneware Crock with Blue Chicken Decor
How much is a stoneware crock with blue chicken decor worth? Find out here. Page 3.

Prices and Values for Antique Stoneware Crocks, Jugs and More
How much do you think your antique stoneware crocks and jugs are worth? Find out here.

Prices and Values for Antique Stoneware Crocks, Jugs and More
How much do you think your antique stoneware crocks and jugs are worth? Find out here.

Fenton Smooth Rays with Scale Band Marigold Bowl 9" - Fenton Glassware Price Guide - Fenton Smooth Rays with Scale Band Marigold Bowl 9"
A guide to help you identify and value antique and collectible Fenton glass pieces - Fenton Smooth Rays with Scale Band Marigold Bowl 9

Fenton Daisy and Button Hat 3" - Fenton Glassware Price Guide - Fenton Daisy and Button Hat 3"
A guide to help you identify and value antique and collectible Fenton glass pieces - Fenton Daisy and Button Hat 3

Fenton Milk Glass Hobnail 12" Basket Price Guide - Fenton Milk Glass Hobnail 12" Basket Price Guide
Fenton Milk Glass Hobnail 12

Fenton Rose Pastel Hobnail 4 1/2" Vase - Fenton Rose Pastel Hobnail 4 1/2" Vase
Fenton Rose Pastel Hobnail 4 1/2

Fenton Art Glass - Glassware Price Value and Identification Guide
A guide to help you identify and value antique and collectible Fenton glass pieces.

Gorham Sterling Silver Martelé Round Strawberry Bowl
Have a Gorham sterling silver bowl with strawberry decor? Find out how much it might be worth here. Page 8.

Whiting Ivory Handled Sterling Silver Asparagus Server
Have a sterling silver asparagus server you're trying to value? See what it might be worth here. Page 5.

Austrian Sterling Silver Stamp Box
How could your Austrian sterling silver stamp box worth? Find out here. Page 6.

Value of Gorham Sterling Silver Cherub Table Bell
Have a Gorham sterling silver cherub table bell? Find out how much it might be worth here. Page 2.

Value of Gorham Sterling Silver Martelé Art Nouveau Water Pitcher
How much might a Gorham sterling silver art nouveau water pitcher be worth? Find out here.

Victorian Sterling Silver Calling Card Case with Chain
How much could a Victorian calling card case with carrying chain be worth? Find out here. Page 3.

Sterling Silver with Nude Enamel Cigarette Case
Have a sterling silver cigarette case enameled with the image of a nude woman? Find out how much it might be worth here. Page 7.

Pair of Tiffany Sterling Silver Bowls with Liners Dating to 1882
Wondering how much a pair of coordinating Tiffany sterling silver bowls from the 1880s might be worth? Take a look here. Page 4.

Value of Victorian Enameled Sterling Silver Calling Card Case
Wondering how much an enameled sterling silver calling card case might be worth? Find out here. Page 9.

Price and Value Guide for Antique Sterling Silver Wares
Considering scrap value for your sterling silver? Use this online price guide to help you value your sterling silver wares before you destroy a valuable antique.

Price and Value Guide for Antique Sterling Silver Wares
Considering scrap value for your sterling silver? Use this online price guide to help you value your sterling silver wares before you destroy a valuable antique.

Ranger Joe Ranch Mug and Ranger Joe Round-Up Bowl with Red Lettering - Milk Glass Value and Price Guide
How much is a Ranger Joe milk glass mug and bowl cereal set worth? Find out here.

Jackie Robinson Baseball Tumbler - Milk Glass Price, Value and Identification Guide
Wondering how much your Jackie Robinson baseball tumbler made of milk glass is worth? Visit the Milk Glass Price guide to find out. Page 4.

Victorian Barber Bottle with Stopper - Milk Glass Values and Prices
How much can a Victorian milk glass barber bottle with hand decorating worth? Find out here. Page 3.

Milk Glass Value and Price Guide - Political Plate with Profile of President William McKinley
How much is a milk glass plate featuring President McKinley worth? Find out here. Page 2.

Milk Glass Price Value Guide Fenton Hobnail 12" Handled Basket - Milk Glass Guide to Price Value and Identification Fenton Hobnail 12" Handled Basket
A guide to help you identify and value milk glass pieces - Fenton Hobnail 12

Milk Glass Price Value Guide Fenton Daisy and Button Hat 3" - Milk Glass Guide to Price Value and Identification Fenton Daisy and Button Hat 3"
A guide to help you identify and value milk glass pieces - Fenton Daisy and Button Hat 3

Milk Glass Price Value Guide Westmoreland Open Lacy Edge Bowl 13" - Milk Glass Guide to Price Value Westmoreland Open Lacy Edge Bowl 13"
A guide to help you identify and value milk glass pieces - Westmoreland Open Lacy Edge Bowl 13

Milk Glass Price Value and Identification Guide for Antiques & Collectibles
This guide will help you identify and value milk glass pieces made by Westmoreland, Fenton and others.

Haviland Limoges Barnyard Platter - Platter Marked Haviland France with Chicken & Rooster Hand Painting Artist Signed MH 1905
How much is a Haviland Limoges platter with barnyard chickens scene worth? Find out here. Page 9.

Tressemann & Vogt Limoges Poppies Vase - Prices and Values for T&V Limoges Orange Poppies Vase
How much is a T&V Limoges vase with poppies decor worth? Find out here. Page 8.

Haviland Limoges Fruit Plate - Values and Prices for a Haviland Limoges France Fruit Plate Artist Signed La Rue and D'Arcy's Hand Painted
What is a Haviland Limoges plate decorated with fruit worth? Find out here. Page 10.

L.R.L. American Indian Chief Limoges Charger - Prices and Values for L.R.L. Limoges France American Indian Chief Stranger Horse Charger
Wondering how much a Limoges L.R.L. American Indian chief charger is worth? Find out here. Page 5.

T&V Limoges Punch Bowl Set - Values and Prices for T & V Tressemann & Vogt Limoges Punch Bowl Set Signed and Dated 1905
Want to know how much a Limoges punch set marked T&V Limoges is worth? Find out here. Page 3.

Bawo & Dotter (Elite Works) Limoges Chocolate Pot - Prices and Values for Bawo & Dotter (Elite Works) Limoges Roses Chocolate Pot
Wondering how much a Bawo & Dotter (Elite Works) Limoges chocolate pot is worth? Find out here. Page 6.

W.G. & Co. Guerin Leaf Dish - Values & Prices for Guerin Leaf Nappy with Hand Painted Violets
Wondering how much a W.G. & Co. leaf dish might be worth? Find out here. Page 4.

Redon Limoges Chocolate Cup Saucer - Prices and Values for Redon Limoges Chocolate Cup & Saucer with Roses
How much is a Redon Limoges porcelain cup and saucer worth? Find out here. Page 7.

Tressemann & Vogt Limoges Shaving Mug - T&V Limoges Baker or Bakery Shop Occupational Shaving Mug
How much could a bakery shop occupational shaving mug from Limoges, France worth? Find out here. Page 2.

Limoges China Set - Prices and Values for Limoges "Chine Petit Panier Chinois" China Set
How much can a Limoges china set be worth? See the value of a Limoges

Coca-Cola Coke - Antiques and Collectibles Price and Value Guide
Use this guide to identify, price and value your Coca-Cola and Coke antiques and collectibles.

Coca-Cola Coke - Antiques and Collectibles Price and Value Guide
Use this guide to identify, price and value your Coca-Cola and Coke antiques and collectibles.

Coca-Cola Rare Vertical Poster Dated to 1935
How much is a framed Coca-Cola poster from 1935 worth? Find out here. Page 3.

Coca-Cola Umbrella Girls Festoon Dating to 1918
How much is a Coca-Cola festoon featuring 1918 umbrella girls worth? Find out here. Page 2.

1931 Coca-Cola Norman Rockwell Serving Tray
How much is a Coca-Cola tray featuring artwork by Norman Rockwell worth? Find out here.

Coca-Cola Coke - Antiques and Collectibles Price and Value Guide
Use this guide to identify, price and value your Coca-Cola and Coke antiques and collectibles.

Values and Prices for Antique Porcelain Made In Limoges, France
Wondering how much your Limoges porcelain might be worth? Take a look at these pieces with selling prices to get an idea of the value.

Fenton Carnival Glass Smooth Rays with Scale Band Marigold Bowl Price Value Guide
Wondering how much your Fenton Smooth Rays with Scale Band marigold Carnival Glass bowl is worth? Take a look at the Carnival Glass Value Guide to find out. Page 7.

Dugan Carnival Glass Purple Iris Tankard & Glass Set
Wondering how much a Dugan carnival glass Iris pattern tankard pitcher and glass set might be worth? Find out here.

Carnival Glass Price Value and Identification Guide
Use this online guide to assist in identifying and valuing your old carnival glass pieces.

"S" Pattern Depression Glass - Identification and Pattern Guide for Depression Glass "S" Pattern
A guide to help you identify Depression glass patterns -

Value for Hocking Mayfair Blue Depression Glass Relish Dish - Hocking Mayfair Blue Depression Glass Relish Dish Value
Depression Glass Price Guide - Mayfaiir Blue Relish Dish. Page 18.

Value for Swirl Pink Depression Glass Vase - Swirl Pink Depression Glass Vase Value
Depression Glass Price Guide - Swirl Pink Vase. Page 32.

Value for Chevron Cobalt Ritz Blue Depression Glass Creamer and Sugar Bowl - Chevron Cobalt Ritz Blue Depression Glass Creamer and Sugar Bowl Value
Depression Glass Price Guide: Chevron Cobalt Depression Glass Creamer and Sugar Bowl. Page 9.

Value for Iris "Corsage" Crystal Depression Wine Glass Stem 3 oz. - Iris "Corsage" Crystal Depression Wine Glass Stem 3 oz. Value
Depression Glass Price Guide: Iris