1. Roseville Pottery - About.com Home

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    2/10/2017 · Learn about collectible Roseville pottery through this overview feature including information on reproductions and values.

  2. Learn About Roseville Pottery's Desirable Cremo Line

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    2/10/2017 · Roseville's Cremo line is indeed rare and valuable antique pottery. It's always unmarked though, so know what to look for to score a find.

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    Find out more about Pottery companies online. Pottery collector clubs and resources for collectors of Pottery.

  5. Pottery Articles of Interest United States Pottery Marks A - C

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    United States Pottery Marks A - C. Learn pottery and ceramic techniques and find places to buy all your supplies.

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  7. China and Dinnerware - Collector Information | Collectors ...

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    Restaurant Ware Collectors Network. Don't miss this collaborative reference guide to china and dinnerware used in public, commercial venues. The site c…read review

  8. Stoneware - Collector Information | Collectors Weekly

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    Stoneware is the roughhewn cousin of porcelain. Like porcelain, it is fired at very high temperatures (1,200 to 1,400 degrees), literally melting the minerals ...

  9. Identifying American Pottery - Look at the Bottom | Cajun ...

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    Learn to identify American Pottery. This article shows tips to id or find the maker of pottery by weight, clay, foot or bottom, any marks or numbers, and glaze.

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    Lladro Marks & Trademarks Reference Guide - Date and Authenticate Your Lladro Figurine