Perfect Pieces is in print again this month in the March/April 2008 edition of Antiques Info magazine.
The Crown Devon feature is written by Roland, with pictures taken from the our database of past and present stock. The article takes a look at the current market for Fielding’s Crown Devon and highlights some of the rarer and more collectable pieces that are available.
If you’re interested in learning more, the new edition of the magazine should be in your newsagents very shortly – any feedback will be more than welcome.
Perfect Pieces is in the press again – in the current (July/August) issue of Antiques Info magazine with a feature on collecting Maling pottery.
If you’re interested in the Tyneside pottery, then you might want to take a look. The article has a huge selection of photos (with sale prices) taken from Antique Info’s auction result database, as well as useful tips on collecting Maling pottery.
Now is a good time to buy Maling, as prices are generally quite subdued – meaning that even the best 1920s pieces can be picked up for fairly reasonable amounts.
We received a pleasant surprise in the post this morning – the latest (May/June) edition of Antiques Info magazine, containing another of our articles and a selection of photographs from our archives.
The article is “20th Century Ceramics: Are We Exporting Our Legacy?”, and takes a look at current collecting trends for Carlton Ware and Wedgwood lustre wares, observing how many of the finer examples of these pieces are presently being sold to overseas collectors.
The article has been well-illustrated with a range of photos from our archives and those of Antiques Info, and this is always one of the more interesting antiques magazines on the market, with lots of good quality information. It’s well worth a look if you are passing a newsagents.
We should have one or two more articles appearing in various antiques and collectable magazines in coming months – I’ll post updates here as and when they are published as the dates aren’t all fixed yet.