Some of Our
Favorite Majolica Links...
Shantique Gallery at Ruby Lane - Specializing in fine antique
French and Austrian Majolica.
Ruby Lane - Stroll through the cobblestone streets of Ruby Lane and
discover hundreds of independent shops showcasing quality Antiques, Collectibles, Fine Art and Jewelry items from around the
Majolica International Society - The Majolica International Society was founded in 1989
by Indiana auctioneer Michael Strawser. That year forty-six members attended. Since then, the Society's membership has
continued to grow and is made up of majolica enthusiasts who are scholars, collectors, dealers, traders, auctioneers, photographers,
restorers, decorators, and lovers of this whimsical, humorous, richly sculpted and brilliantly glazed Victorian ceramic.
Alhambra Antiques - South Florida's premier source for 18th and 19th Century
French and European Antiques. Our online antique showroom exhibits hand-selected pieces from travels throughout regional France
and Europe, providing our clients with the highest quality in French and European Antique furniture, antique lighting, paintings
and antique decorative accessories.
Out of Brussels Antiques - Majolica & Antique Ceramics: Fine pieces of French
Majolica & Continental Majolica from Out of Brussels Antiques. Majolica Oysterplates, Centerpieces, Asparagus plates and
Madelena Antiques - Carries a wide selection of fine antique majolica with
a special emphasis on much sought-after fine English majolica from the likes of Minton, Wedgwood, and Jones.
Liberty's Antiques - is one of the few boutiques in Paris specializing in the
sale and repair of old French clocks. We also offer a large selection of French antiques including paperweights, old French
majolica, Enamels from Longwy Bordeaux Gien Th. Deck, faiences from Quimper, porcelain, Art Deco and Art Nouveau, bronze and
Darcy's Antique Treasures - Specializing in rare, unique and beautiful antique porcelain and glass.
Grape Nut Glass - Specializing in grape-themed pottery & glass items, we also offer a variety of items.
Cousin's Antiques - Pleased to help you find the treasure that speaks to you!
Pom Mom's Collectibles - Featuring Glass, Pottery, Vintage Vanity, and More!
Some Favorite Research Links...
Gotheborg.com - This is a Collectors Page for other Collectors of antique Chinese and Japanese Porcelain. It offers an extensive
archive of translated and dated Japanese and Chinese porcelain marks, a glossary of porcelain terms, Chinese porcelain history,
Chinese travelogues, tons of pictures and Question & Answer pages, and a very active Discussion Board and research archive.
Barbotine-Belge.com - A superb museum-type site focused on Belgian pottery and covering the majolica and other pottery products of
Wasmuël, Frie-Onnaing, & Nimy le Mons.
Ginni's Collectors Circle & Bohemian Boutique - The site is an information resource on the decorative arts for Bohemian, Czechoslovakian, and Austrian
porcelain. Includes many photographs and info on marks and dates. An excellent site!
Gouda-Design Page - Dedicated to collectors and admirers of Dutch Gouda Art Pottery and Delftware. The original and finest
site for all your Dutch Art Pottery information. Has a wealth of information on patterns, marks, and history.
One of the best research sites on the web.
OysterPlates.com - Antique oyster plate specialist in Paris, France. A reference gallery for antique dealers and oyster plate collectors. Includes more than 300 rated antique
oyster plates and a lot of useful information about 40 manufacturers.
Porcelain Marks & More - A reference site for German and German-related porcelain marks and manufacturer's histories.
A truly comprehensive site that offers detailed information on makers, marks, and relates this all to general
history of the region. An invaluable resource!
La Fourmaintrie - A virtual museum of Desvres French Faience with many, many photos of pieces and marks. A genuine
on-line treasure trove!
Potterymarks.co.uk - A database of pottery marks, links and information to help you distinguish between your Unidentified Potted Objects
and your Royal Doulton pots. Also provides useful
links in case you cannot find that elusive mark in their database.
A-Z of Stoke-On-Trent Potters - A compilation of all known potters in the Stoke-on-Trent area of Staffordshire, England. Here you can find details of the pottery marks, the factories they
worked and examples of the ware produced.
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A Sampling of Majolica & Art Pottery from the Shantique Gallery Shop
Antique Austrian Majolica Gerbing & Stephan Art Nouveau Ewer
was made by the renowned Austrian pottery, Gerbing & Stephan in Bodenbach, Austria, sometime after 1885 when Gerbing and
Wilhelm Schiller dissolved their partnership, and Gerbing went on to form Gerbing and Stephan. They produced majolica until
about 1910...See the item
Antique English Victorian 3 Panel Ewer Style Vase
I am very pleased
to offer this stunning antique English majolica ewer-style vase. The main body of the vase consists of 3 panels containing
festoons of blue, pink, antique gold, and mossy green flowers and leaves with each panel delineated by cornflower blue scrollwork...See the item
Antique French Majolica Choisy Le Roi Apple Plate
I am very pleased
to offer these splendid 8" diameter majolica plates by the Choisy-le-Roi faience factory of Choisy-le-Roi, France, which
is credited with making some of the most delicately rendered majolica in all of France. They, with Sarreguemines, Luneville,
St. Clement, Clairefontaine, and Frie-Onnaing (among many others) made France...See the item
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