Profiles of Collectible-Related Companies
Arreola Designs, Christmas Ornaments from Poland
About Arreola Designs -- Christmas Glass Ornaments from Poland
One of the more popular collectible searches continues to be Avon and Avon collectibles. Find out more about the company, along with additional link resources.
Big Lots: Shopping for Collectibles at Closeout Prices
You've probably seen the television advertising and bulk mail ads, but have you shopped at a Big Lots lately? There are always bargains to be found and many times, interesting stuff that appeals to the collector in me
Collecting Blenko Glass
Braum's Ice Cream and Dairy
Profile of the Braums Dairy and Ice Cream Company and their collectibles.
The Chein Company: Toys, Tins and Wastebaskets
The Chein Company: Toys, Tins and Wastebaskets american toy company
Christopher Radko was instrumental in the passion for collectible, handmade glass ornaments.
DeForest of California
Deforest of California was in business from 1950 through 1970.
About Department 56
A favorite Christmas company of collectors and non-collectors alike. I love the story of how Snow Village got it's start!
The De Carlini Workshop
Hand crafted mouth-blown ornaments from Italy
Department 56 Resources
Department 56 articles, profiles and resources.
Fenton Art Glass
Facts about Fenton Art Glass, a family run company for over 100 years.
Fitz and Floyd
When it comes to ceramic giftware and products, Fitz and Floyd set the standard a long time ago with quality and design that other companies strive to attain.
The Five Bridges Company
The Five Bridges Company made promotional items and sold directly to companies.
Learn more about Frankoma Pottery -- an American pottery made in Oklahoma and started in 1933.
George was a Hungarian immigrant who arrived in Chicago in 1939. Although his background was in marketing and designing specialty clothing, he had a passion for collecting fine porcelain.
Since 1889 the vision of Walter Scott.
Louis Marx and His Toys
Known as the Toy King of America, Louis Marx made his mark on the toy industry starting with tin toys and ending up with the every popular Big Wheel.
A look back at Metlox Pottery and the jars they produced.
In Mandarin, Ne'Qwa describes a centuries-old artistic tradition of painting on the inside of glass. Now Ne'Qwa Art bring this art tradition to a new level with the addition of licensed art from a variety of distinguished artists.
Old World Christmas
The Merck Family's Old World Christmas ornaments are the most affordable and have something for everyone.
Purinton Pottery Company
Collecting Purinton Pottery
Red Wing Pottery Profile
Learn more about the Red Wing Pottery company and it's wares.
Robinson-Ransbottom pottery operated for 105 years in Roseville Ohio.
Shawnee Pottery: Facts, Trivia and Collectibles
Shanwee pottery was in business form 1937 though 1961 and is a favorite pick of pottery collectors.
The History of Treasure Craft
The History of Treasure Craft
Wade Ceramics, Ltd.
The Wade name has been associated with fine pottery since the 1800s. It all started in 1810 with George Wade & Sons, Ltd. Later in the century John Wade started his company, Wade & Co, making teapots and "go-withs". Three of John's nephews later owned and operated potteries under various names and producing assorted products.