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Enjoy today’s editor picks. Five antiques that represent iconic items that are hot, what collectors are looking for or just something unusual. What makes it unusual? To our editors it’s a perfect example, or a very rare one or an antique that is just plain weird. Each antique or collectible is chosen from thousands pictured in Kovel’s price books. To see more Register now for FREE access.

Today's Featured Antiques
  • Vase

    Acid Cutback,Shelton,Cone Shape,Flemish Blue Cased,11 In. Illustrated
  • Chair

    Butterfly, Ferrari-Hardoy, Leather, c.1957, 33 x 35 In. Illustrated
  • Figure

    Garden Furnishings
    Classical Women, Grapes, Flowers, Concrete Or Cast Stone, c.1900, 61 In., Pair illustrated
  • Elephant

    Blue Printed Mark, Herend, 9 3/4 x 14 In., Illustrated
  • Pendant

    Buddha’s Hand, Jadeite, Diamonds, 14K Gold, Chinese, 1900s, 1 1/2 In. illustrated
Today's Featured Premium Article
  • Refreshing Prices for Syrup Dispensers

    Soda syrup dispensers from the early to the mid-1900s were used in soda shops and drug stores. They advertised the brand with a colorful shape or a catchy slogan. Syrup dispensers sold well in recent auctions, and one lucky bidder had a crush on this orange example. Discover the sweet prices.          
  • Marblehead scenic tile

    Unearthed Design: Marblehead Pottery

    Marblehead Pottery’s original makers were patients in an early 20th-century sanitarium located in Marblehead, Mass. The hand-thrown pottery sold for large sums at a New Jersey auction.Bidding reached ,000 for this rare scenic tile that pictures trees in an earth tone color palette. Read more about Marblehead Pottery.
  • Dragon & Lotus Carnival Glass Bowl

    Q: I inherited this Dragon & Lotus carnival glass bowl from my mother. I would like to know what color this is and the bowl’s approximate worth. Any information you can give me would be helpful.          
  • Caughley or Worcester

    Q: Do you recognize this basket? It looks very similar to a basket shown in a book on Caughley and Worcester porcelain made in England, but the book does not say which one made it. The mark on the bottom looks like the letter “C” with a couple of blurred marks inside it. Can you tell me who made it?          
  • Gustav Stickley and Grueby Faience Company “Yeddo” plant stand

    Stickley End Tables

    A unique selection of end tables, designed by Gustav Stickley during his early years, appeared at a Treadway-Toomey auction this winter, where this “Yeddo” plant stand sold for ,850, exceeding its ,000 high estimate.

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