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How to Collect Majolica Pottery : How to Determine Value of Majolica Pottery

How to Collect Majolica Pottery : How to Determine Value of Majolica Pottery


There’s a large range in price range on these
pieces for instance I just sold a piece not long ago which was a George Jones piece which
is was a relief with lily’s on a lily pad with a butterfly and footed. It was maybe
10″ round 5″ high and it was put out by George Jones in the mid 1800’s and the piece sold
for almost $5000. So there’s a top range of majolica that can sell between $5000-$20,000
for a piece depending on who made it, the age and the condition. But George Jones is
one of the higher end pieces and that piece in particular happened to be in that category,
which was a very expensive piece. But for the most part you can pick up majolica anywhere
from $50 pretty common things up to this cake plate which is going to range in around $600
range in good condition. The crushing pattern is very early so you’re going to pay a little
bit more this plate can cost about $75 in good condition. The corn pitchers are pretty
common this is a reproduction I was talking about this is only worth about $25, which
this is about $45-$55, the size and it’s old. This bamboo pattern can range around $250
in good condition you can see a lot of these patterns when you have the yellow green motif
on the outside will have the pink relief on the inside. That’s a really tall tale for
the majolica you’ll see it here you’ll see the pink relief on the inside on this crushing
patterns seashell piece the campo. This here this pitcher with a high relief on it with
the 3 dimensional button on the top this we talked about this is about $300 range pitcher.

3 comments on “How to Collect Majolica Pottery : How to Determine Value of Majolica Pottery

  1. A: It is pronounced ma JAH lica, NOT maJELica.
    B: It is pronounced e TRUSS kan, NOT ehtrushen.
    Where on EARTH were you educated ?
    A poor showing in the Womens category ONCE AGAIN !
    NEXT !

  2. I have a piece of Majolica that was my great-grandmothers. I do not know where to go to find out about it. It is very old and I am thinking about selling it but don't know where to go. Any ideas?

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