Museum Feature – Royal Lace by Hazel Atlas
From our museum this month, we’re showcasing a gorgeous cobalt blue cup, saucer, and pitcher in the Royal Lace pattern by Hazel Atlas. Hazel Atlas first began making Royal Lace items in Ritz Blue in 1936. Read on to learn more about one of the most popular patterns of Depression Glass ever made!
Museum Feature – Haviland Sea Life Oyster Plates
Our Museum Feature this month is a gorgeous set of Sea Life oyster plates produced by Haviland & Co. From the mid-19th through the early 20th century, hundreds of different oyster plate designs were produced. Today, oyster plates are an especially popular tableware item to collect. Read on to learn more!
Museum Feature – Heisey "Tally Ho" Bitters Bottle
This month from the Replacements, Ltd. museum, we're showcasing a beautifully etched bitters bottle produced by Heisey. Although the use of bitters fell out of favor throughout much of the twentieth century, the use of cocktail bitters has been making a comeback in recent years. Read on to learn more!
Museum Feature – Miniature Indian Tree Cup & Saucer by Coalport
Our Museum Feature this month is a delightful miniature cup and saucer set in the Indian Tree pattern by Coalport China. Indian Tree was a very successful pattern for Coalport – in fact, at the height of the design’s popularity, the company dedicated an entire department to its production! Read on to learn more.
Museum Feature – Hopalong Cassidy Nightlight by Aladdin
Our Museum Feature this month is a delightful Hopalong Cassidy nightlight produced by Aladdin Industries. This nightlight is one of a series of four different Hopalong Cassidy lamps produced by Aladdin, a diverse company best known for its seemingly disparate innovations in kerosene lamp technology and lunchboxes!
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 – "Egyptian Collection" Wedgwood Jasperware
This month's museum feature includes items from Wedgwood's Jasperware "Egyptian Collection," produced from 1978 to 1979. Many of the pieces in the collection feature Egyptian king Tutankhamun, whose tomb was uncovered by British archeologist Howard Carter in 1922. Read on to learn more about these interesting pieces!
Museum Feature – Herend Rothschild Bird Shell Plate
From our museum this month we feature a gorgeous shell dish in the renowned Rothschild Bird pattern by Herend. Perhaps the most interesting element of the Rothschild Bird design is the tree containing a pearl necklace – an element included specifically for the famous Rothschild family. Read on to learn more!
Museum Feature – Imperial Glass Cape Cod Decanter
Our Museum Feature this month is a brilliant, ruby-colored Cape Cod decanter produced by the Imperial Glass Company. Widely popular, Cape Cod was one of the patterns that enabled the Imperial Glass Company to weather the Great Depression. Read on to learn more about the history behind this gorgeous pattern!
Museum Feature – Royal Doulton Under the Greenwood Tree Plate
The Under the Greenwood Tree plate, features a scene of the legendary English outlaw Robin Hood holding court under a towering tree. This an outstanding example from the many collections of Series Ware that Royal Doulton produced in celebration of people, places, and events – read on to learn more!
Museum Feature – "William the Conqueror" by Royal Worcester
The “William the Conqueror” figurine from Royal Worcester's Military Commanders series, stands as a fine example of the craftsmanship, creativity, and attention to detail applied by Royal Worcester in the creation of stunning figurines. Read on to learn more!
Museum Feature – Roseville Pottery Freesia Jardiniere
This month’s museum feature is a gorgeous “Freesia” jardiniere by Roseville Pottery. The Freesia line was first produced by Roseville around 1945, and featured a variety of items, including vases, bowls, candlesticks, cookie jars, and more, in brown, blue, and green glazes. Read on to learn more!
Museum Feature – Bob White by Red Wing Potteries
Our Museum Feature this month is a unique and interesting review of pieces from the Bob White pattern produced by Red Wing Potteries. Produced from 1954 to 1967, Bob White was the most popular pattern ever produced by Red Wing – during its thirteen-year run, more than fifty different Bob White pieces were produced. Read on to learn more!
Museum Feature – Johnson Brothers Historic America Cup & Saucer
Our Museum Feature this month is a colossal Historic America-Blue cup and saucer set by Johnson Brothers. Historic America is an iconic pattern that features a variety of distinctive American-themed tableaux. The practice of using American scenes to decorate tableware is almost as old as America itself. Read on to learn more!
Museum Feature – Frank W. Smith Silver Lion Carving Set
Our Museum Feature is a 3-piece Lion carving set by Frank W. Smith Silver. With its eye-catching, detailed ornamentation, Lion is one of the best-known flatware patterns produced by Frank W. Smith, and the carving set featured here is a fantastic representation of this magnificent pattern. Read on to learn more!