Guide to Holt-Howard Pixieware: Prices and the est tips

Holt-Howard Pixieware Collection Mid-Century Modern
Holt-Howard Pixieware Collection

There are remarkable individuals with a golden touch, turning everything they touch into treasure, and Holt-Howard was one such person. He didn’t just dabble in pixieware; he made it famous. Pixieware is a unique ceramic pottery that has enchanted collectors and vintage enthusiasts worldwide. Owning such pieces, you’ll appreciate their immense value. Holt-Howard’s creations remain sought-after today, with soaring prices. What makes pixieware so appealing, and how can you begin collecting Holt Howard’s masterpieces? Explore our price guide and collector tips to learn more!

Collecting vintage Mid-Century modern kitsch ceramics offers unmatched enjoyment. At Crazy4Me, we’re passionate about vintage and kitsch and have curated exceptional Holt-Howard and pixieware pieces from the past six decades. For both experienced collectors and beginners, these items add delight and whimsy to any collection. Dive in and experience the magic—we promise you won’t be disappointed.

Vintage Napco Onion and Ketchup Pixieware Condiment Jars
Vintage Napco Onion and Ketchup Pixieware Condiment Jars
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Expert Guide to Collecting Yum-EE-Yum Ceramics From the 50s-60s

Vintage Yum-EE-Yums Cookie Jars Jam Jars
Vintage Yum-EE-Yum Cookie Jars Jam Jars

Dive into the captivating world of Yum-EE-Yums the 50s-60s ultimate collectibles, where you’ll find the most adorable and elusive collectibles of all – Yum-EE-Yums! These charming little guys and gals are rare gems, with only a handful on the market. Prepare yourself for an exhilarating adventure as we explore the ins and outs of collecting Yum-EE-Yum ceramics!

Yasmina’s Collection of Vintage Yum-Ee-Yum

These delightful vintage ceramics, featuring juice and milk glasses, pitchers, jam-n-jelly jars, salt and pepper shakers, cookie jars, and mugs, offer a fascinating and rewarding hobby for anyone passionate about retro kitchenware and collectibles. Crafted by the Japanese toy company Ray-Gee, these pieces were produced in the 1950s-1960s, which was also known for its popular Fujiya Candy line.

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