Your Best Reference for Antique Marks. Including pottery marks, porcelain marks and everything antique or collectable.

Over 10,000 antique marks, china marks and trademarks with superb quality images to illustrate examples of antique manufacturers products.

Antique marks is your easy to use online reference for everything antique.

With detailed information on all kinds of antique china, pottery marks, porcelain marks, antiques and collectables. Antique Marks includes antique terms, a full antiques glossary and detailed history on well known companies and artist biographies.  As well as pottery & porcelain companies and information on caring for antique rugs, carpets, silver and glass.

But best of all … Its all FREE, and at your fingertips 24/7.

The site includes graphic illustrations of over 100 manufacturers products to help identify & date your pieces and over 10,000 makers marks and a full antiques glossary with a full easy to use search facility. Antique-marks.com is ideal for the collector to check or verify attributions listed in online auction sales.

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Kangxi Chinese Porcelain and its Reign Marks

Porcelain from the Kangxi period (1662-1722) is one of the most recognisable and ubiquitous areas of Chinese ceramics. Ceramics from this reign are found in collections and ... Read More

Identifying Antique American Furniture

American Furniture Styles and Tips on Collecting One of the most intriguing aspects of collecting American furniture and antique furniture, in general, is that it often isn’t ... Read More

Chinese Porcelain Reign Marks

In the world of Ming and Qing dynasty art, knowing how to look at a reign mark is a key asset for any collector, specialist, or enthusiast to correctly identify the date and the ... Read More

Art Deco Artist Demetre Haralamb Chiparus (1889 to 1947)

In the Art Deco period Demetre Chiparus created truly stunning works of art full of life movement and adoration for the female form. Knowing how to spot a genuine Chiparus sculpture is essential if you are to avoid the countless fakes, forgeries and reproductions flooding the popular Art Deco collectibles market Read More

Rookwood Pottery – An American Ceramic Well Worth Collecting

A Rookwood piece by Japanese artist Kitaro Shirayamadani sold for $198,000 in 1991. Other exceptional pieces by great artists like Artus Van Briggle, Ed Diers, Sara Sax and Fred Rothenbusch are still waiting for pottery collectors who are looking to invest for the long term. Read More

Antique Furniture Styles. Choosing the Right Antiques for Your Home

The period and style of antique furniture you choose to decorate your home with can say a lot about your own style and taste. So, how do you make sure what you choose is the right kind of antique furniture, that it's a sound investment in both taste and style that fits your budget but won't stop being fashionable Read More

Collecting Moorcroft Pottery in 2016

In 2016 collecting Moorcroft Pottery remains enormously popular with salerooms seeing quite a broad range of buyers still bidding at auction. With early Moorcroft patterns in the Art Nouveau or Arts & Crafts styles probably the most sought after and some collectors seeking advertising wares or patterns made exclusively for export Read More

Collectible Anchor Hocking Fire King Glass

Philbe and Jadeite designs are the most collectible forms of Anchor Hocking Fire King Glass. It was manufactured from the early 1940's to the 1970's by the Anchor Hocking company, and this affordable collectible glassware can be found at thrift shops, flea markets, and yard sales for very reasonable prices. Marks on pieces may read Fire-King in block letters or in script, or may include an anchor logo. But watch out for modern forgeries... Read More

Antique Values – What to look out for when valuing antiques

Assessing an antiques value involves a lot more than examining a price list. Antiques experts will use a price guide as the starting point in the antique appraisal and valuation process but also include a host of other factors to determine an antiques true value Read More

Spotting Antique Fakes and Forgeries

The Golden Rule when buying antiques, is always to ask the seller and to make sure they answer positively one way or the other. If the answer is maybe, could be or it might be an original, then think twice before you buy. Antique fakes are better now than ever and the antique collector really does need to be wary. Read More

Antique Marks is a great resource for antique collectors & dealers

Antique collectors, buyers and sellers can easily access a wealth of information, using our main site or using our mobile friendly version of antique marks while you’re out and about.

The antique marks website is ideal for any collector, buyer or seller who needs to research pottery marks, porcelain marks or other antique collector essentials.

And for those who want to provide their potential customer with as much information as possible; information that will allow them to make an educated and informed decision.

Whether you’re looking for antique pottery marks, porcelain marks, antique china marks or antique makers marks, it’s all right here at your fingertips.

The information can be accessed while they are creating their item description and a link to the relevant section can be provided to the potential buyer; just to re-assure your customer that the antique china you are selling is exactly what you say it is.

It is invaluable to the seller who is unsure of an antique china maker or the date of a piece of porcelain or where to research the origins of quality antique pottery.

And; it can also help prevent you selling antiques for low, low prices.



No matter what antiques you buy, sell or collect...
Royal Doulton or Royal Worcester figures, antique pottery vases, antique china, majolica, studio pottery, art deco, art nouveau, antique carpets, silver, rare coins or any other range of antique items.

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Antique marks with its comprehensive antiques glossary and fully illustrated pottery and porcelain marks sections can help make sure you know what antiques you are buying and sometimes more importantly, what antiques you are selling.