A full catalog of the collection is expected to be released soon."There is already a buzz among Haeger collectors," Baker said.
She has also been providing Hindman with specific information about each piece up for auction, such as its designer and the year it was made.
Like many ceramic works, pieces from Haeger Potteries can be identified through distinctive marks and characteristics, including the name of the manufacturer.
was founded in 1871, in Dundee, Illinois, by David Haeger.
Well, some of the pottery lovers like myself have spent years identifying American pottery, and one of the best ways to do this is by looking at the bottom of the piece.
In most of the American pottery pieces, the bottom tells more than the glaze.