More Great Collectibles – Miniature Ladies by Royal Doulton
Miniature Ladies is based on another line of figurines first designed by Royal Doulton in 1913. The figurines, known then as "Pretty Ladies" or "Fair Ladies," showcased women’s fashion from bygone times.
Queen’s Plain by Wedgwood – French Provincial Is Back
This month, we feature Queen’s Plain by Wedgwood China, a cream-colored pattern done in the French provincial style and featuring an embossed rim. French provincial pieces are sometimes referred to as “country French.”
Sovereign by Johnson Brothers – Great Style, Durable Design
Sovereign features cream-colored, high-quality porcelain pieces with scalloped, embossed borders and curvilinear forms. These pieces also exhibit the stylish sense of balance and symmetry that allow versatile combinations with many china, crystal, and silver patterns.
7877 by Steuben Glass – Superior Crystal From An American Icon
This pattern exudes quality, and is a great testament to the reputation for excellence that Steuben has earned.
Chantilly by Gorham Silver – Great Rococo Influenced Design
This month, we feature one of the greatest flatware designs in the history of silver, Chantilly by Gorham.
Mother’s Day Plates by Bing & Grondahl – 2007 Plate Available!
With Mother’s Day fast approaching, consider surprising your Mom with a gift that she will cherish for years to come, a Mother’s Day Annual Collector Plate by Bing & Grondahl.
Franz Porcelain – Stunning, Eclectic Designs Themes In Porcelain
The Franz Collection was introduced in 2002 to capture the essence of nature and rich cultural heritages, including Chinese, English, African, and South American Rainforest. It is said that magic from the Chinese spirits of Fire and Earth add to the extraordinary charm of these pieces.
Limited Edition Giftware – Belleek Pottery’s Archive Collection
In celebration of their 150th anniversary, Belleek has released 15 designs in quite unique china giftware, with each piece based on original Belleek designs representing different decades in the amazing history of this Irish company.
Sunnyvale by Castleton – One Of Our Most Popular Patterns!
Castleton’s Sunnyvale features a lovely porcelain body accented with a scalloped gold pearl edge. The roses combined with the scalloped gold pearl edge have enabled this pattern to achieve ‘classic” status.
Dynasty by Wedgwood Crystal – Beautifully Decorated Lead Crystal
Dynasty by Wedgwood Crystal is a heavy lead crystal pattern, and features a wide flared bowl with a decorative band and elongated vertical "panels." A long, multi-sided stem rests on an understated, elegant round foot. This is a really nice lead crystal pattern!
Renaissance-Inspired Figurines from Giuseppe Armani
Back by popular demand, we offer an expanded group of beautifully sculptured porcelain figurines designed and produced by Giuseppe Armani, who tragically passed away in 2006.
Classic Collectibles – Royal Doulton Character Jugs
What we now call a character jug was actually derived from an earlier form of drinking vessel that was commonly called the "Toby jug." Although drinking vessels in the likeness of humans have been around since Ancient Greece and Rome, they gained immense popularity during the medieval period.
Narcissus by 222 Fifth – Four-Piece Place Setting Special
This month, we’ve found another fun and unique feature in Narcissus by 222 Fifth. This great pattern, designed by renowned artist Cheri Blum, features a parchment colored background and a border of lush daffodils (also know as Narcissus) on a smooth rim shape, with vibrant green trim.
Cherrywood-Clear by Gorham – Beautifully Blown and Cut Crystal
The unique faceted cuts in Cherrywood-Clear sparkle like diamonds in any lighting and change table settings from ordinary to extraordinary, adding a sparkle and brilliance that is noticeable. A crystal connoisseur will recognize the very distinctive "ring" made when these pieces are tapped!
Baluster by Gorham Silver – Great Arts & Crafts Design Influence
This symmetrical design includes groups of parallel lines forming bands on the handle of each piece and a hammered, satin frosted finish. Baluster is designed in the Arts and Crafts tradition, which was at its peak from 1910 to 1925, occurring between the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods.