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Featured Museum Pieces Archive - (page 5)

Museum Feature - Stangl  “Passenger Pigeon” Figurine
Museum Feature – Stangl “Passenger Pigeon” Figurine

Our Museum Feature this month is a pretty amazing “Passenger Pigeon” figurine by Stangl Pottery. This superbly crafted piece is a beautiful representation of a species whose population was once so abundant that its extinction was considered impossible. Read on to learn more about this fascinating piece!

Museum Feature - George W. Shiebler Etruscan Berry Spoon
Museum Feature – George W. Shiebler Etruscan Berry Spoon

Our Museum Feature this month is a shimmering berry casserole spoon in the Etruscan pattern by George W. Shiebler. Shiebler was especially noted for the type of medallion work exhibited here, which was inspired by the archeological findings at Pompeii and Herculaneum. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Hall China Autumn Leaf Pattern
Museum Feature – Hall China Autumn Leaf  Pattern

For our museum feature this month, we’re showcasing a variety of beautiful (and rare!) items in the Hall China Autumn Leaf pattern. Autumn Leaf was the most popular pattern produced by Hall China, a 108-year-old company with a rich history that extends well beyond its most famous pattern. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Minton "Boston State House, 1818" Art Tile
Museum Feature – Minton "Boston State House, 1818" Art Tile

Our Museum Feature this month, a blue and white decorative tile from Minton, features a charming pastoral depiction of the Boston State House as it looked in 1818. While most tiles are meant to be used as floor coverings or decorative accents, this particular tile had a different purpose – read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Royal Doulton “Matador and Bull” Figurine
Museum Feature – Royal Doulton “Matador and Bull” Figurine

Our Museum Feature this month is a stunning “Matador and Bull” figurine produced by Royal Doulton. The figurine depicts a daring matador as he barely escapes the charge of a ferocious bull. Both the matador and the bull in this piece are remarkably life-like – read on to learn more about this fascinating piece!

Museum Feature - Ball, Black & Co. “Egyptian  Revival” Tea Set
Museum Feature – Ball, Black & Co. “Egyptian Revival” Tea Set

Our Museum Feature this month is a beautiful 6-piece tea set by Ball, Black & Company done in the “Egyptian Revival” style. Produced in 1860 during an “Egyptian Revival” period, the set is crafted of “English” sterling, and features Egyptian-style geometric elements and ornamentation. Read on to learn more about this fascinating set!

Museum Feature - Spode Turkey Platter
Museum Feature – Spode Turkey Platter

This beautiful Spode turkey platter was acquired by our founder and CEO, Bob Page. Measuring 22-inches long, the large platter features a distinctive “Gadroon” shape, a gorgeous color palette, and an elaborate border design that frames a regal turkey with magnificent plumage. Read on to learn more about this magnificent museum piece!

Museum Feature - Fostoria Jenny Lind Cologne Flasks
Museum Feature – Fostoria Jenny Lind Cologne Flasks

Jenny Lind by Fostoria is a beautiful milk glass pattern with raised floral and geometric designs surrounding a cameo of Jenny Lind. That Fostoria would choose to dedicate an entire pattern to Jenny Lind comes as no surprise, considering Lind’s status as one of America’s first celebrities. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Jumbo Hummel Figurines
Museum Feature – Jumbo Hummel Figurines

The Museum Feature this month is our collection of three “jumbo” M.I. Hummel figurines: Merry Wanderer, Apple Tree Boy, and Apple Tree Girl. These incredibly detailed Hummel figurines range in size from 30 to 32 inches tall, making them among the rarest and most expensive of the Hummels produced. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Southington Co. Charter Oak Wine Cooler
Museum Feature – Southington Co. Charter Oak Wine Cooler

The story of our Museum Feature this month begins over 7,000 years ago, when wine was first produced on a large scale at the Hajji Firuz Tepe in the Zagros Mountains of what is now Iran. Read on to learn our Museum Feature this month: a stunning silverplate wine cooler made by Southington Cutlery Company in 1893.

Museum Feature - Gorham Bird's Nest Salt Spoon
Museum Feature – Gorham Bird’s Nest Salt Spoon

When the price of silver plummeted following the discovery of the Comstock Lode in 1859, silver became a popular medium for the whimsical specialty items adored by the members of America’s Gilded Age elite, including our Museum Feature this month: Gorham’s Bird’s Nest salt spoon.

Museum Feature - Cinnabar Cufflinks by Noritake
Museum Feature – Cinnabar Cufflinks by Noritake

The museum at Replacements, Ltd. houses a number of unique piece types from popular manufacturers of china, crystal, silver, and collectibles. Our Museum Feature this month, an exquisite set of cinnabar cufflinks from Noritake, is a stunning example of the types of rare and interesting items found in our extensive collection!

Museum Feature - New Martinsville Radiance-Ruby Cordial
Museum Feature – New Martinsville Radiance-Ruby Cordial

Our Museum Feature this month is a brilliant, Radiance-Ruby cordial produced by the New Martinsville Glass Company. New Martinsville literature from 1936 described this pattern as “appealing to the discriminating, but not radical, Radiance is the glassware every buyer will want to see.” 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 - Georg Jensen Blossom Tea Service
Museum Feature – Georg Jensen Blossom Tea Service

Georg Jensen was a true innovator, a sculptor-turned-silversmith who chose, as French art critic Emile Sedeyn said, “to make our useful things beautiful.” Jensen’s trademarks of superb craftsmanship, interest in natural forms, and clean, sleek lines are clearly evident in this month’s Museum Feature: Jensen’s Blossom tea set.


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