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Antique Glass

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The markings, color, shape, and other details all play a part in understanding the history and value of glassware. By knowing what to look for, you'll know when to splurge on a valuable piece of glassware to add to your collection.

9” Star Pattern American Brilliant Bowl Photo courtesy of Treehouse Antiques

OK, so I have a ton of glass from the Janvier Road bungalow. We poured lemonade from it, drank from it, served fruit and potato salad in it. My mom told me there was a difference between pressed an…

Weller Pottery Marks Identification | Antique Pottery Marks [Slideshow]

Antique pottery marks can help you identify the year they were made and who they were made by. Find out more about these marks and how to interpret them.

How to Clean Old Glass Bottles

Do you ever find beautiful glass bottles covered in decades' worth of grime? Here's how to clean old glass bottles so they'll look like new.

Depending on the age of your marbles, they may be highly collectible.

Marbles are a toy with a very long history. They originated in India as tools for gameplay and were commonly made from stone, glass or clay. Handmade glass marbles were first produced in Germany around 1845. German mass production of marbles began around 1870 with American production following in the 1890s. ...

How to Shop Thrift Stores - Glass liquor bottles. - Thrift Diving

So I've dubbed him "Thrift Store Pete." If you've been reading this blog for any length of time, you'll know that I've got a thrift store friend named Pete that I met last year at

Antiques and Collectibles - How to Value and Sell Your Old Things

There is a difference between antiques and collectibles and a difference between price guides and actual value, which is influenced by consumer demand, availability, and the condition of the item.