Featured Museum Piece - Pieces by Meissen
What began as an experiment in alchemy soon turned the town of Meissen into one of the most reputable producers of porcelain in Europe. Click here to learn more about the history of this amazing company!
Featured Museum Piece - Empire Three-Light Candlesticks by Heisey
These rare candlesticks feature elegant art deco styling and a laurel wreath base. The shape of the central pillar is reminiscent of the architecture of the Empire State Building. Click here to learn more.
Museum Pieces - Elephant Bookends by Fostoria
These intricately done elephants feature a “silver mist” matte finish that is a rare find amongst Fostoria collectibles. The beautiful, very rare elephant bookends were released in 1939 and were produced through 1943.
Museum Piece - Jubilee Platters by Bing and Grondahl
This month we are featuring two rare platters from the Bing and Grondahl annual Christmas plate collection. Between the years of 1908 and 1911, Bing and Grondahl released 4 of these platters, which today are quite rare and valuable.
Museum Piece – Stieff Rose Basket by Kirk Stieff Silver
One of the most elegant and unique sterling silver pieces in the Replacements museum is the Stieff Rose basket. The basket’s design was applied by punching a rose motif from the outside of the silver piece, a process known as "repousse chasing." Start here to learn more!
Featured Museum Piece - Chrysanthemum Tea Set by Tiffany & Co.
Produced by Tiffany & Co. for display at the World’s Columbian Exhibition, this amazing service (which unfortunately is not offered for sale) is a part of our collection of museum pieces, many of which are priceless.
Featured Museum Piece – The Challenge by Hutschenreuther
Standing a colossal 52 inches high and 50 inches wide, The Challenge was designed by Gunther Granget and features a nesting mother heron using her wings to protect her eggs while a large male heron hovers just overhead.
Spring 2005 Featured Museum Piece - Old Williamsburg Candelabra by Heisey
This rare crystal candelabra is shown in the Sahara Yellow color and was produced between 1930 and 1937. Unfortunately not for sale, but a must see!
March 2005 Featured Museum Piece - Oyster Plates by Haviland
This month, we feature a set of beautiful oyster plates from the renowned Haviland and Co. Click here learn more about these rare pieces and the intriguing history of Haviland & Co.
February 2005 Featured Museum Piece - Sterling Tea Set by Tiffany
Designed in 1858, this service was crafted by Tiffany and Co.’s master artist John C. Moore to rival similar sets that were in vogue in Europe at the time.
January 2005 Featured Museum Piece - Rothschild Bird 2-Part Dolphin Relish Dish by Herend
The Replacements, Ltd. Museum features over 2,000 rare and unique pieces, including this very rare two-part dolphin relish dish.