How to collect early English porcelain and delftware

With auction prices lower than ever, discover where to find classic early English porcelain and delftware 

What could be more heartwarming than arranging a few choice pieces of antique tableware in your kitchen or living room? Whether teabowls or coffee cans, dishes or bowls, pots or jugs, domestic china has a spirit of welcome and homeliness about it that's hard to resist. 

In this cut-out-and-keep guide we reveal how to buy early English porcelain and delftware for both pleasure and investment. Cut-out-and-keep guides such as this one are featured in every issue of Homes & Antiques, giving you the inside track on collecting, buying and restoring antique and vintage finds. So that you don't have to take a page out of your favourite magazine, we feature the guides in the collectors' guides section of our website. Simply click on the link below to download the printer-friendly page. 

To download and print your guide to collecting early English porcelain and delftware, click here.

First published in Homes & Antiques' March 2017 issue. Back issues are still available. To purchase a copy click here.

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