Art Pottery Popular at Prices4Antiques.com Everyone wants to know what's the latest thing in the antiques marketplace at auction and Prices4Antiques tells you what's on the rise this week among our searchers!
News-Antique.com - Nov 04,2011 - November 4, 2011 – At Prices4Antiques.com, we often get asked what’s popular, and right now, one of the answers seems to be art pottery. Recently, we’ve had lots of searches for great examples of art pottery that have sold at auction, including a Thomas Forester and Sons Phoenix Ware vase; a Cramer double cornucopia vase (made from a Hull mold); a Hungarian vase by J. Fischer; a vase attributed to the Auman Pottery of Seagrove, North Carolina; and a Rose Cabat Feelie pottery vessel. These gorgeous, colorful pieces are just a few of the thousands of art pottery records in our database and just a few of the records viewed by searchers this week at Prices4Antiques.com!
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