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Lovers of 18th & 19th Century Ceramics

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Lovers of 18th & 19th Century Ceramics

We like the good stuff. Whether it Be Art Pottery, Staffordshire, Chinese Export Porcelain, or Meissen, anyone who loves the incredible things people have crafted out of simple stone & mud is welcome.

Members: 92
Latest Activity: Jul 9

Discussion Forum

Amphora Austria Vase

Started by kate lalor Oct 30, 2016.

i dont know plate 1 Reply

Started by lundy'antiques/collectables. Last reply by lundy'antiques/collectables May 30, 2014.

Medieval style ceramics 4 Replies

Started by Michael Bathrick. Last reply by Michael Bathrick Feb 28, 2013.

Is Twitter an effective tool for collectors/dealers?

Started by Nicholas Zumbulyadis Jan 22, 2013.

Unique Urn 3 Replies

Started by Susan Voth. Last reply by Susan Voth Aug 22, 2012.

Meissen Hair Receiver ? and Hat Pin Holder 5 Replies

Started by Michelle Eagle. Last reply by Michelle Eagle Jul 26, 2012.

Made in Germany, Any info??? 2 Replies

Started by Julie P.. Last reply by Julie P. Jun 24, 2012.

Chinese? teapot 4 Replies

Started by DigDug. Last reply by nathalie desjardins Nov 22, 2011.

Antique Pheasant Vase 2 Replies

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Comment by Glenn Freeman on January 17, 2009 at 3:48pm

Hi, Just thought I would share a few photos of my early Stoneware. Hope you like it.
I have hunderds of peices. If you would like to see something special in the line, please let me know.

Thanks
Glenn
Comment by Walter Whinnery on January 17, 2009 at 12:07am
Nicholas, would love to see pictures of some of your wares, and any recommendations you might have for learning more about Meissen! Where could I buy a copy of your book?

Is anyone going to the NY Ceramics Fair next weekend?

Best,

Walter
Comment by Nicholas Zumbulyadis on December 6, 2008 at 3:40pm
I have just joined the group and would like to introduce myself, I am a chemist by profession and collect Meissen and other German porcelain primarily blue and white from 18th century. I have written a book on the subject (Meissen's Blue and White Porcelain, Schiffer Publishing) and lecture on the subject (e.g. New York Ceramics Fair January 2008).
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on July 14, 2008 at 1:37pm
Anybody from Ohio, W. Virginia or Pennsylvania that knows about the early US production of stoneware? I have 8 tumblers in primitive stage, very rough, some are cracked, some are chipped. Some have numbers like "5" on them. They are all drizzle-covered with various "salts" giving variety of colors. I was told they were used underground in the coal mining area by miners to prevent sparks (explosions). They were manufactured using steam presses, plus the colors of them (orig USA salts),

date them to around 1860-1890. They (7 of the 8) stand 3-7/8", top is 3-1/8 diam; base is 1-3/4" diam. Appear to hold 4 oz fluid. 1 is larger 3-1/4" diam at top, and 5-1/4" tall. I would guess they were made in the Ohio River Valley. I have searched everywhere for something similar without results. Has anybody ever seen stoneware drinking tumblers?
Comment by Mary Rives Brown on July 13, 2008 at 6:44am
What a lovely, lovely way to introduce yourself!
Thank you...
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on May 6, 2008 at 9:38pm

Help? I have a brown glazed teapot; appears to be primitive. Is built atop a rock. A rock, blackened from use on a hot stove or fire forms the bottom of this 4 cup teapot. Probably is redware-Americana. Any comments?
Comment by Kingsbury Farm on April 15, 2008 at 11:49am
We collect and sell Staffordshire. We have a sweet collection of hens on nest if you are a collector or have an interest.
 

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