Majolica Date Code Guide
Members that Deal and Restore Majolica (sequenced by member name):
- American Toby Jug Museum. The world’s largest collection of Toby and Character Jugs. The world’s most complete collection of majolica character pitchers (600 plus examples). Fun for all ages! Free admission.
- Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto is the first museum in North America devoted to ceramics and ceramic research..
- Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York, NY the objective is to share the love of Barbotines; with a wish to be able to join together our pages to other Barbotine models!
- Philadelphia Museum of Art has a monumental Barbizet 1876 Exhibition Platter as part of their permanent exhibit
- Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent The home of the World’s finest collection of Staffordshire Ceramics. More than 2000 objects on-line
Live Auction Sites:
- ARTstor : ARTstor has a fabulous collection of quality photos as a collaboration with the Majolica International Society. Via ARTstor we share over 1,000 images of Majolica pottery from members collections in the ARTstor Digital Library (available to ARTstor members only).
- Barbotines & Majolica of the Faience Manufactures of Wasmuel, Nimy & Onnaing: A fantastic collection of photos from these manufactures, with serial numbers that facilitate identification
- Clay Art Web Guide a gateway for ceramic and pottery information.
- Collector’s Weekly a resource for collectors and people who love antiques
- Google Translator Helps language translation of web pages.
- Universal Currency Converter To and from $ to £ to € to ¥ to Fr. . .