With imagination as wide as his oeuvre, Piero Fornasetti’s muse Lina Cavalieri led the Italian to design some of history's most recognized decorative art.
Navigating the world of antique Chinese pottery can be challenging so here's a primer to guide you through some of the most sought-after Chinese porcelain.
Rightly revered as the father of British Studio pottery, Bernard Leach’s influence as a ceramicist is hard to overstate. As someone who exceeded his accolades, Leach’s pure and utilitarian form of pottery stood in opposition to mass production and had a lasting influence on modern design in North America during the 1950s and 1960s. It…
From Meissen and Frankenthal to KPM and Villeroy & Boch, learn how to identify German porcelain marks – and find out what they can reveal about a piece.
Today’s market for Native American pottery offers incredible variety in styles and techniques, so take a moment to familiarize yourself before you invest.
Mingei, a 20th century Japanese folk art form, prioritized hand-crafted production and regional materials over the artists who produced the work.
English porcelain marks can indicate where, when and by whom a piece was made in the often centuries-long history of some of England's porcelain factories.
An inventive producer of porcelain that came to define Swedish design through inventive glazes, eccentric geometric designs, and cuddly pottery.
Stig Lindberg was an inventive and prolific designer who brought a fresh, uncomplicated approach to decoration that would come to define Swedish design.
To call Staffordshire a capital of ceramic production would not be hyperbole. Discover the leading Staffordshire pottersy studios in the area's heyday.