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China, Porcelain, and Glass Websites
Features Wade Ceramics products such as the Fantasy Series and Whimsies also offers news, events and reference material.
Manufacturer of handmade art glass and crystal, featuring blown, cut, and etched designs, and animal sculptures offers online ordering, list of retailers, care guide, company history, and designer biographies.
Our House Antiques
Featuring American-made glassware from the 20th Century, specializing in items made between 1925 and 1980. Includes repair services.
Arlington, Virginia dealer offers late 19th and 20th century American china.
Canadian dealer offers collector plates, discontinued china, Hummel figurines and Royal memorabilia.
UK dealer offers fine 18th and 19th Century English porcelain including Worcester, Caughley, and Lowestoft.
Stoke-on-Trent, UK retailer offers new porcelain from local potteries including Royal Doulton, Crown Derby, and Wedgwood.
Lovers of Blue & White
Offers English china and pottery, transferware, and includes an antique china replacement service. Located in the UK.
Specializes in fine silver, porcelain, and glass. Includes a newsletter with archive.
Cameron & Smith Ltd.
Vero Beach, FL dealer features discontinued limited edition hand-painted enamels from Halcyon Days and others.
Knight Errant Antiques
Specializes in 1930 era Art Deco items with focus on Flow Blue, Blue and White, and Willow Patterns, as well as English Majolica. Located in the UK.
Guest and Gray
London firm offers antique Oriental and European ceramics including annotated bibliographies and articles.
Rising Sun Antiques
Presents a selection of antique and discontinued china and porcelain dinnerware such as Shelley, Royal Doulton, Paragon, Royal Albert, and Tuscan.
Distinctive Nordic gifts from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, specializing in commemorative Scandinavian plates.
Back Alley Antiques
Louisiana antique store with a wide variety of vintage and antique collectibles and memorabilia.
Specializing in glassware made in America from the 1920s to the 1970s.
Offers Royal Copenhagen, Bing and Grondahl, M. I. Hummel, Berta Hummel and Swarovski retired club pieces.
New York based dealers in mid-century ceramics and glass, specializing in Scandinavian and British design.
Specializes in mid-century modern glass from all over the globe, with a strong emphasis on Italian glass.