By Khristi Zimmeth
Special to The Detroit News
“Megan Garbinski found her large ceramic vase among other pieces in her mother’s basement.
…Garbinski’s piece is a hot collectible and an example of the American art pottery that came out of Zanesville and Roseville, Ohio, beginning at the turn of the century and lasting through the 1950s, he says.”
“Roseville comes in all different colors, patterns and sizes and used to be an affordable collectible,” he says. “In the last decade it’s really gone up in value, where a $20 vase now goes for $200 or more.”