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Identifying marks on Porcelain, Pottery or Chinaware has never been easier. What used to be a painstaking job to find matching marks for your treasures using ouliated books or catalogs is now available online at your fingertips. Simply determine the overall shape of the mark on your item and click on the page that lists all backstamps or signatures that look the same.
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Our databases are constantly updated with the latest research and have proven to be a valuable tool in authenticating or determining the age of porcelain, pottery & chinaware. They are easy and intuitive to use and can save you time and money.
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Our Fact Sheets for each porcelain company, studio pottery or ceramics artisan can give you a deeper look into their history and enhance your understanding of your items. They include information on when each company was established, how it evolved, the main products they made, details on the decorative styles they used and any other interesting details that can help in your research.
Special or regional terms and style periods are explained using the latest facts to help you describe your items in the best possible light and attract more buyers or gain a better appreciation of the significance of your own collection.