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Museum Feature - Flora Danica by Royal Copenhagen
Museum Feature – Flora Danica by Royal Copenhagen

This month’s Museum Feature showcases a variety of rare and exquisite pieces from Royal Copenhagen’s Flora Danica pattern. Sought after by collectors around the globe, Flora Danica is considered one of the most luxurious porcelain patterns ever produced – read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Blue Opalescent "Swan" Bowl by Fenton
Museum Feature – Blue Opalescent "Swan" Bowl by Fenton

For our museum feature this month, we feature a “Swan” bowl in a gorgeous blue opalescent carnival glass color from Fenton. Carnival glass is a form of pressed glass that appears in a wide variety of iridescent colors. In 1907, Fenton was at the forefront of carnival glass production. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Imperial Glass Candlewick Pastry Tray
Museum Feature – Imperial Glass Candlewick Pastry Tray

Our museum feature this month is a gorgeous red Candlewick pastry tray produced by the Imperial Glass Company. Candlewick was produced for nearly half a century, from 1936 to 1982, and was one of the patterns that enabled the Imperial Glass Company to pull through the Great Depression. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Franciscan Wildflower Teapot
Museum Feature – Franciscan Wildflower Teapot

Wildflower stood as a warm, distinctly American contrast to the petite floral designs and gilded accents of traditional European bone china. Although Wildflower was only produced for a short amount of time (from 1942 to 1945), there were around 30 different piece types created in the pattern  read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Alvin Silver Bridal Rose Jelly/Cake Server
Museum Feature – Alvin Silver Bridal Rose Jelly/Cake Server

With its elegant, detailed ornamentation, Alvin Silver's Bridal Rose quickly became one of the most popular turn-of-the-century patterns after its introduction in 1903. During its prime, the Bridal Rose pattern featured over 180 piece types, including our museum feature this month: the Bridal Rose jelly/cake server.

Museum Feature - Royal Winton Quilt Salad Plate
Museum Feature – Royal Winton Quilt Salad Plate

This colorful Quilt plate by Royal Winton showcases a variety of different overlapping quilt-themed designs. Known best for their chintz designs, Royal Winton utilized a specialized transfer printing process to affordably produce bold, elaborate patterns like Quilt. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Fostoria Dolly Madison Cordial
Museum Feature – Fostoria Dolly Madison Cordial

Fostoria was one of several glass and tableware companies to start a line of “Dolly Madison” products. Fostoria’s Dolly Madison pattern comprised a profusion of different stemware pieces, among which were water goblets, iced tea glasses, old fashioned glasses, and more, including our museum feature this month: a Dolly Madison cordial.

Museum Feature - Metlox Provincial-Blue Tureen
Museum Feature – Metlox Provincial-Blue Tureen

This month, our museum feature is a charming “hen on nest” tureen from the Provincial-Blue pattern by Metlox Potteries. Provincial-Blue was introduced in 1950 as part of the “Provincial” shape debut. Inspiration for this rustic collection of tableware was drawn from early American arts, crafts, home decor, and architecture.

Museum Feature - "Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne" Wedgwood Plaque
Museum Feature – "Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne" Wedgwood Plaque

Josiah Wedgwood was intensely interested in the 18th-century trend to incorporate Greek and Roman architecture, art, and ideas into buildings, interior decoration, and ornamental objects. Our museum feature this month, the “Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne” plaque from Wedgwood, is a prime example of this neoclassical design sense.

Museum Feature - Daum Crystal Elephant Figurine
Museum Feature – Daum Crystal Elephant Figurine

Our museum feature this month is a fun, free-form crystal elephant figurine by the world-renowned Daum Crystal company. This superbly crafted piece features a whimsical depiction of an elephant with oversized ears and trunk lifted skyward. This is an exquisite example of Daum’s crystal design expertise. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Royal Doulton "Bobby Burns Plate"
Museum Feature – Royal Doulton "Bobby Burns Plate"

Our museum feature this month, the “Bobby Burns Plate,” is an outstanding example of the Series Ware that Royal Doulton produced in celebration of people, places, events, and literature significant to British history. Burns is the best known of the British poets who wrote in Scots dialect. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Tiffin Flower  Basket, “Empress” Line
Museum Feature – Tiffin Flower Basket, “Empress” Line

For our museum feature this month, we’re featuring a gorgeous flower basket from the stylish “Empress” line of giftware by Tiffin. Tiffin produced this series of modern forms and bold shapes for only four years, from 1959 to early 1963. Today, these beautiful items are highly sought-after by collectors. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Large Christmas Plates by Bing & Grondahl
Museum Feature – Large Christmas Plates by Bing & Grondahl

Our museum feature this month takes us to Copenhagen, Denmark, as we showcase two rare, large Christmas plates produced by Bing & Grondahl. Between the years of 1908 and 1911, Bing & Grondahl released four 12 1/4-inch plate designs that have become highly collectible and quite valuable. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Spode Florence Tureen, Platter, and Ladle
Museum Feature – Spode Florence Tureen, Platter, and Ladle

The scalloped shape and exquisite detail in the hand-painted design make our museum feature, a tureen, platter, and ladle in the Spode Florence pattern, truly special. Read on to learn more about this design that’s based on illustrations from an Italian Renaissance manuscript, and adorns a shape named after Queen Charlotte.

Museum Feature - Cambridge Harvest Epergne
Museum Feature – Cambridge Harvest Epergne

Our featured museum piece for this month is a gorgeous epergne in the Harvest pattern by Cambridge. Epergnes first appeared in the early 18th century as a way to serve condiments, spices, desserts, pickles, nuts, and other items to guests during a meal. Read on to learn more!


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