Category Archives: Collector’s Corner

Collecting Lladro: The Miriam Herrero Legacy

Miriam Herrero was born in Havana, Cuba and loved history and other cultures from a ...read more

George Tinworth: Lifetime of Greatness at Doulton

Tinworth is best known today for his whimsical small-scale models of mice and frogs. However, ...read more

Commissioned Advertising with Royal Doulton

Advertising and publishing houses commissioned Doulton figures to advertise their products. ...read more

Soldiers of the Revolution by Royal Doulton

Historical sculptures created as a contribution to the preservation of American history. ...read more

Kingsware by Royal Doulton: The Best to Ever Do It

Produced between 1898 and 1939, Kingsware was again the brain child of Charles Noke, and ...read more

Flambe Glazes: From Sung Dynasty to Royal Doulton

More than 500 years ago, Chinese potters experimented with glazes that utilized copper oxide in ...read more

Collecting Lladro Porcelain

Diverse and interesting subject matter - Thousands of different sculptures, figural studies, jewelry, home accessories ...read more

Vintage Zenith Radios

The Golden Age of Radio began with the dawn of commercial radio broadcasting in the ...read more

Collecting Doulton – The Charlie Briggs Story

Charlie Briggs has been an avid Royal Doulton collector for over 60 years. His first ...read more

Mysteries of the East: The Collection of John J. Lanzendorf

Lanzendorf is recognized internationally for his work as a hairstylist to the famous and well ...read more

The Mona Brown Native American Collection

The collector, historian and preservationist Ramona (“Mona”) Brown spent a lifetime safeguarding cultural artifacts and ...read more

The David Farin Collection

In the words of his daughter, the collection of the late David Farin reflects who ...read more