Prices for 19th Century Porcelain What Happened? - Antiques with Gary Stover
Posted July 1, 2015 | 0 favorites
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If you've watched pricing for Victoriana over the last few years (or is it decades?), then you probably have the same opinion I have about it--it's been a one-way street down. In this week's show, I've taken porcelain as an example, to try to see if that perception is correct in that category. So, I'll look at some late 19th century German, English, Chinese, American, and Danish pieces, and while the general proposition does seem to hold true--prices have gone down, I think I've found a few exceptions. Let me know whether you agree with my take on why some values for 19th century porcelain have bucked the trend.
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  • Gary & Carol Stover
    Gary & Carol Stover Maybe I was a bit too negative about values of Victorian porcelain. 2 of the pieces I profiled in this show sold within the first week! The stein sold for $60 & the hand painted vase signed "Webb" sold for $50. I'll keep you posted. Gary
    July 6, 2015