ATLANTA, GA, September 26, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Although the internet has made it easier to research the origins of an unmarked piece of American art pottery
, it is still not an adequate replacement for the highly trained eye of a professional pottery appraiser. The experts at Art Pottery encourage pottery collectors to consult directly with an appraiser instead of with unreliable web searches.
Accurately identifying pieces without art pottery marks
can be difficult for pottery owners. You must go on a long search for specific attributes, including the thickness of the clay, the color and type of the unglazed clay, the color of the glaze, and the designs used. Your search may or may not lead to results, and those results may or may not be entirely accurate.
Instead of wasting time trying to ascertain the origins of your unmarked American antique pottery pieces on your own, the pottery appraisal experts at Art Pottery encourage you to take advantage of their free online appraisal process to simultaneously identify your unmarked piece and learn its value.
"It takes many years of intense schooling and real-world appraisal to be able to determine the origin of an unmarked piece of pottery," says Manning Garrett, Owner of Art Pottery, the specialists in Teco pottery
. "Our experts have the experience to help you identify the likely origins of your unmarked pottery, and we are always happy to provide you with a free online appraisal. If you have unique or antique pottery, we encourage you to fill out our free appraisal forms to discover its origins and value."
Learn more or get your free appraisal at 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