Who made Royal Vienna porcelain? Collectors today call many pieces Royal Vienna because they have th....
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Kovels’ December 2019 newsletter features Nippon porcelain, Memphis design furnishings, candy containers, frosted pressed glass, and vintage Christmas, all with information, photos and prices.Read more
Be the first to guess what the pictured item is by leaving a comment below. If you have your own whatsit, our editors can include it in a future post....Read more
It's Thanksgiving and we want to give thanks to our dedicated readers. As for the “giving” part of Thanksgiving, we are offering six Thanksgiving table place cards adapted from vintage...Read more
Holiday ornaments, cards, signs, advertising and games still stir collector interest, especially toys with original packaging. Figures like this folk art redware belsnickle keep traditions alive. Find more seasonal collectibles.Read more
Collectors are drawn to the colorful, asymmetric shapes of furniture and other household items by the radical design collective called Memphis. Furnishings from the bold Italian movement are growing in...Read more
Vintage candy containers could be used as decorations or toys long after the candy was gone. This container, part of a toy village, is made of folded tin and has...Read more
Between 1891 and 1921, Japanese porcelain marked "Nippon" was sold in the United States. Its designs, including this iris plaque with a heavy gilt border, often included animals, flowers and...Read more
Late 19th-century and early 20th-century pressed glass with frosted decoration is sought after by glass lovers. This Gillinder & Sons compote has a raised early American scene with a frosted...Read more