News-Antique.com - Sep 23,2011 - One of the most common questions in the antiques marketplace is, “What’s hot right now?” This week at Prices4Antiques.com, we saw porcelain searches beat out stoneware! We saw searches for a Johann Wanzenried charger with a painted scene of Interlaken, the German Weimar Katharina pattern china, a pair of Samson armorial vases, a 1910 calendar plate from East Liverpool, Ohio, and a Herend figurine of a kneeling nude woman. These were the top five items viewed in our porcelain section this week, but people searched for thousands of other antiques and collectibles this week at Prices4Antiques.com.
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