Useful Links

Author and Publisher of “Fat Lava” on 60s and 70s German Ceramics.

Information on Michael Harris and Mdina Glass

Info about this lovely island, plus Hjorth, Soholm,

Michael Anderson.

This is a site to share, discuss, research and identify Pottery and Glass with a special emphasis on West German pottery and Fat Lava glazes.

A site to research and discuss 20th Century Collectables, with emphasis on European Mid Century Pottery and Glass.

An informative site with current exhibition information run by Antoine Lucas, grandson of the founder of Keraluc.

Pottery site run by Per Rehfeldt who worked and designed at Søholm on Bornholm - notably the Åbo range in 1990.

Vintage modern design store selling unusual glass, ceramics, books, jewelry, metal, lighting and ephemera from the 50s to the 80s

Candle Manufacturer in Denmark who can make to order.

Very interesting collection of early 20th century ceramics and sculptures

Vintage Dutch shop with lots of pottery and other items.

Excellent site for collectors of pottery from the South of France, including Vallauris

German Art Publisher – great selection of books on collectibles and design.

Antique American art pottery including Roseville, Rookwood, Weller, Van Briggle, Teco, Grueby, Marblehead, Hampshire, Owens, Niloak and related arts.

RetroStart is an online directory with 450+ links to webshops offering Vintage Design from the 20th-Century.

Andre Baud's webpages: Informative site about this collectable Vallauris Potter

THE site for Dutch Art Pottery, with fully researched information and photos.

Collectors site for French Art Pottery from the Denbac factory.  An excellent resource.

For collectors of French pottery from the 50's and 60's, lots of interesting articles (in French) and photographs of pottery by Capron, Orlando ++

Vintage Collectibles site with a wide range of items.

Design Fair held in Amsterdam

Detailed resource for Danish Glass

Great site for Swedish and other ceramic marks

Antiques are Green

Antiques are Green was launched by Nigel Worboys in September 2009.  It was the first website to promote the green credentials of antiques.  Through the not-for-profit project, antiques will be recognised for their genuine green hallmark - sustainable, re-usable and re-saleable.  As consumers become aware of this, the trade will have access to new markets, for example, people who may have not considered buying antiques before.  It will also strengthen existing markets. There has never been a better time for this initiative. - If we ever needed one, this is yet another reason to buy these wonderful unique products!