Portmeirion, known for its groundbreaking pottery designs, has created numerous patterns that have charmed collectors and home decorators. The Magic City pattern, designed by Susan Williams-Ellis, is a prime example of Portmeirion’s creativity. This article examines the origins of Magic City, its impact at launch, its enduring popularity, and provides […]
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The LEGO Star Wars 10179 Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon is a true masterpiece and a flagship model in LEGO’s Star Wars collection. Launched in 2007, this set captured the imagination of both LEGO and Star Wars enthusiasts around the world, setting a new standard for what could be achieved with […]
In the mid-1960s, Corgi Toys, a pioneer in the British die-cast model industry, introduced one of its most iconic and cherished models: the 258 The Saint’s Volvo P1800. This model wasn’t just another toy car; it was a meticulously crafted replica of the stylish vehicle driven by Roger Moore in […]
The 1966 Corgi Classics The World Of Wooster Bentley is a nostalgic piece that transports collectors back to an era of elegant automobiles and quintessentially British humor. This unique set, identified as Corgi No 9004, features a meticulously detailed model of a 1927 Bentley, an epitome of automotive excellence and […]
Hornsea Pottery’s Zig-Zag pattern, designed by John Clappison in the 1970s, stands as a vivid emblem of the era’s design innovation and aesthetic sensibility. We take a look at this distinctive pattern along with a price guide of pieces sold at auction. The Zig-Zag pattern was applied to a series […]
From Illustration to Pottery The Artistic Journey of Doulton’s Gnome B and Munchkins Series – Few series capture the imagination as vividly as the Doulton series ware pattern known as “Gnomes B,” or “Munchkins” in the United States. Introduced in the roaring 1920s, this enchanting collection stands as a testament […]
Yoshitomo Nara is a name synonymous with the contemporary art world, renowned for his ability to evoke the innocence of childhood through his captivating artwork. Born in Hirosaki, Japan, in 1959, Nara’s journey as an artist has taken him across the globe, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of […]
Released in the mid 1960s, during the peak of the popularity of “The Avengers” television series, Corgi’s Gift Set 40 was a delightful tribute to this iconic spy-fi show. The set contained two die-cast models, each representing a vehicle used in the series by the dapper John Steed and the […]
The Festival of Britain Mug by Norman Makinson has become a design icon. We take a look at the background to the piece and include a Festival of Britain Mug price guide of realised prices at auction. The Festival of Britain in 1951 sought to instill a sense of rejuvenation […]
The Corgi Toys 260 Superman Metropolis Police Department Car is based on the Buick Regal’s design, and the model captures its essence perfectly. The Metropolis Police car version embodies the classic American police cruiser look and the combination of the Superman franchise gives it added appeal among collectors. We take […]