| Q: Let start by thanking you for taking time to help. I recently picked up what looks like an art deco ... |
A: It is definitely an interesting piece. My specialty really ends at about 1920. You might try ...
|Questions for article||9/5/2013|
| Q: I'm writing an article for Auctiva.com/edu about "antique collecting for beginners." If I may, I'd ... |
A: The traditional definition of antique has been something that is at least 100 years old. The term ...
| Q: I am just beginning to collect American made pottery. My first purchase was from lonesomeville ... |
A: That's a great question. The first thing you need to do is create a saved search on ebay so you can ...
|Help identifying a piece of pottery||8/21/2013|
| Q: I was curious if i could get some help in possibly identifying where this piece of pottery came from ... |
A: Hey James, I really can't add much information other than it is unlike anything from the early <a ...
| Q: I have a pair of Immanuel Apache 3 1/2" candlesticks. They are pottery, painted white with black ... |
A: I think your best bet might be to get an opinion from an auctioneer named R.G. Munn. ...
| Q: I have a pitcher that has royal Dalton on it and the number 5 stamped on the bottom, around the rim ... |
A: Hey Debbie. To be completely honest, I really only deal with American art pottery. You might have ...
| Q: Do you know anything about this kind of pottery? It is American made... don't really know anything ... |
A: Hey Herman, thanks for reaching out. Out of curiosity, how did you decide that was pottery? Any ...
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I can answer any questions about American art pottery produced between 1900 and 1930.
I have been a dealer and collector since 1974.
Emory University '74