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Making Your Gardening Antique With Pottery

It's unfortunate that people who are just starting to collect
pottery overlook some of the best, most unique pottery ever
made--antique pottery. Whatever your price range, you can find
plenty of options of types of pottery from different designers
around the world.

You may think buying anything with the word "antique" in it would
be out of the price range of a beginning collector. Although for
some pieces this might be true, it is certainly not always the
case. There are a variety of colors, styles, characteristics,
and cultural traditions to chose from for any collector.

When looking for antique pottery, a collector is sure to find
examples of talent from all around the world. Native American
pottery is the most well known as being very unique and in high
demand, but Greek, Italian, and Polish Pottery are sought after
as well. Collectors often are much more specific than choosing
between Green or Italian Pottery, for example.

look for pottery from a specific region in one of the countries,
or even pottery from one specific family or manufacturer. This
can be interesting for your collection, but make sure not to
overlook other pieces from that time period that may be great
pieces of art and history.

It is not easy to collect antique pottery. It is difficult
enough to find high quality pieces at a good price, but it is
just as necessary to find pieces that fit within the important
stylistic characteristics of the time period in which they were
made. A collector must overcome the challenges of where to
locate the pottery, how to know if it's authentic, and how to
purchase it safely. The collection process is part of the joy of
owning the pottery however, and the challenges make the most
unique pieces that you can acquire well worth the time, effort,
and money. It also makes each container unique in your garden!

Keith Markensen looks at the unique practice of container gardens and also gives his years of landscape experience at where youalways find professional landscape information.

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