In addition, she is also knowledgeable of French, English and Chinese furniture.
One of her sources of training has been specialty furniture classes and seminars by David Lindquist, author, furniture authenticator and owner of Whitehall Antiques; Vicky is qualified to identify, date and appraise period furniture.
In the area or furniture, Vicky has expertise in American furniture, ranging from period Queen Anne and Chippendale furniture to modern designer furniture.
She has studied numerous collections, has attended furniture seminars and has researched at the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts.
We have rated 3 *** to those books or articles that are the most informative about Canton down to a ** or *. "..was the most common design on Chinese export porcelain made during the 19th century and was especially popular in America." Tureen was part of the . Y.: Thomas Yoseloff, Publisher, First American edition 1965. A real plus is that this work concentrates on common wares not the "...unusual, extravagant pieces, special order...." However, the emphasis is on the European trade and covering the period c. Unfortunately, the American trade is not paramount and the Canton pattern is not covered past the 1850 date during which a lot of Canton was still imported into the United States into the 1920s.
(Photo by Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)Leigh Keno, antiques expert known for hosting the television show Antiques Roadshow with his twin brother Leslie, examines furniture in the home of a Hartford-area antiques collector, February 5, 2010.
(Photo by Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant/MCT via Getty Images)WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 21, Dan Sillaman (L) white shirt in background, brought in this 1955 Les Paul with P-90 pickups on August 21, 2010.
The earliest Chinese pottery was earthenware, which continued in production for utilitarian uses throughout Chinese history, but was increasingly less used for fine wares.
As an ISA certified appraiser, Vicky Nash Shaw has been trained and tested by the International Society of Appraisers in the areas of appraisal theory, antiques, residential contents and fine art.
A book may be superb both as to writing and pictures but the content may only mention the Canton Pattern in passing so they would have a lower rating for benefiting Canton collectors. *This book touches only lightly on export wares, no Canton-Nanking-Fitzhugh discussion or pictures. The Canton pattern is classified into a fourth period, c.1785-1853 of a category called "pavilion landscapes" and Nanking/Fitzhugh is listed in a third period as c.1785-1820.