English bone china can be identified quickly in one of two ways. The first is holding it to a strong light, as bone china is structurally strong, but also allows light to pass through. The second is to identify the maker... More »

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Tuscan is a brand of fine English bone china produced from 1876-1967 in Staffordshire, England. The company is owned by Wedgwood as of 2014, and its products bear the name "Royal Tuscan." Tuscan china is popular among co... More »

Vintage or antique English bone china teacups may be valued by appraisal, current prices paid on online auction sites, or by online or antiques resellers. A teacup is worth more when it is part of an undamaged matching c... More »

Identify crown marks on fine china by looking at the bottom of the piece for the maker's mark containing a crown icon. The crown mark is either detailed or a basic design, the latter as seen in Capodimonte porcelain made... More »

Tuscan is a brand of fine English bone china produced from 1876-1967 in Staffordshire, England. The company is owned by Wedgwood as of 2014, and its products bear the name "Royal Tuscan." Tuscan china is popular among co... More »

Vintage or antique English bone china teacups may be valued by appraisal, current prices paid on online auction sites, or by online or antiques resellers. A teacup is worth more when it is part of an undamaged matching c... More »

Dictionary.com defines bone china as a fine and naturally white china made from a small percentage of bone ash. Bone china is also referred to as bone porcelain. More »