ATLANTA, GA, September 27, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Art Pottery, a purchaser and appraiser of American art pottery
, wishes to shed some light on the complicated task of determining the value of an old piece of pottery.
The process of appraising American antique pottery is a complicated one that requires years of schooling and experience to master. Over the years, there have been countless producers and artisans who have created pottery and ceramic pieces, many of which have survived to the modern day. Each of these designers, schools, and producers have their own value; however, certain attributes tend to universally affect the value of a piece.
American pottery values are largely based on the condition of the piece, its rarity, its size, the quality of the workmanship and when it was created. Each of these attributes can widely affect the value of a piece. To find the best pottery, Art Pottery recommends having a keen eye for quality and a basic understanding of the overall value of individual producers.
"The process of determining a piece of pottery's value is actually rather complicated," says Manning Garrett, owner of Art Pottery. "Not all pieces, whether Newcomb or Teco art pottery
, are created equal. It truly takes a highly trained eye with years of experience to be able to accurately appraise a piece of old pottery."
If you have a piece of antique American pottery that you would like to have professionally appraised, contact Art Pottery. The company offers free appraisals on all art pottery from skilled and professional appraisers.
To learn more about the process of determining the value of old pottery, visit http://www.artpottery.com
.About Art Pottery:
Art Pottery buys and appraises American antique pottery. We also offer helpful information for customers on our website as to how to identify and value pottery based on their glaze, mark and shape.
For more information, please visit http://artpottery.com