With offerings ranging from fine Wedgwood to antique Greek pottery, the Fine Ceramics department is renowned for appraisals, evaluations and auctions of important private and institutional collections.
Appraisal and Auction Services
Fine Ceramics specialists at Skinner excel in the evaluation and appraisal of important pottery and porcelain from around the world. With one of the foremost authorities on Wedgwood pottery on our team of experts, Skinner has brought extensive and historically important collections of British and Continental ceramics to auction, realizing highly competitive prices. A Vezzi teapot, one of less than 200 pieces of Vezzi known in the world, sold at a Skinner Fine Ceramics auction for $94,800.
Fine Ceramics Appraisal and Consignment
Whether you are interested in consigning one rare ceramic vase or a valuable collection, you’ll benefit from the careful research and personalized service of our Fine Ceramics appraisers. Skinner provides ceramics appraisals and auction evaluations at our Boston and Marlborough Galleries, and online. Contact us to learn the value of your fine pottery, porcelain, or ceramics of high quality.
When taking consignment of your valuable ceramics for auction, the department pairs careful research with thoughtful marketing and exposure to those in the best position to buy, including collectors, dealers, and antiques professionals, ensuring competitive prices realized at auction. Learn about selling at Skinner.
Buying Fine Ceramics at Auction
Whether you’re representing a client, business, or gallery, or looking for the perfect finishing touch for a room in your own home, a Fine Ceramics auction offers a curated selection of everything from Wedgwood black basalt, jasperware, Queensware and Fairyland Lustre to important examples from Staffordshire and Worcester potteries and Victorian Majolica. Learn about buying at Skinner.
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Marlborough, MA 01752