Could the tea pot be from the Mayflower ship? Watch Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori show you tips to identify ceramics including Wedgwood, Royal Albert Bone China and Royal Tuscan pieces. Learn the secrets to spot a hand painted ceramic or piece of China using a loupe or magnifying glass as you discover how to value platters, cups and saucers and tea pots. Plus, Dr. Lori reveals clues about marks and what to look for when a piece is damaged and if it affects value. Discover the difference between bone china and porcelain and what you need to know about patterns, glazes and decorations on ceramics. Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel on tips to identify ceramics. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.

Watch and play another round of Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori’s popular Dumpster or No Dumpster? game. Would you know if you should throwaway a Patti the Platypus beanie baby, an old toy, and an American Brilliant cut crystal bowl? Plus, learn how to identify beanie babies and what tinging means when valuing glass pieces. Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel on pricing toys and crystal. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.

Do you like to thrift store shop? Do you know what is valuable and what is not? Watch Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori play another round of her popular Treasure Hunt game valuing clocks jewelry and ceramics. See a rare Canadian clock and a pair of mermaid wall decorations from the 1960s as Dr. Lori provides expert secrets to find those treasures. Plus, during her appearance on CBS TV’s Pittsburgh Today Live in Pittsburgh, PA, Dr. Lori appraises a ceramic plate found at a thrift store, a carved cameo jewelry pin and a ceramic bird sculpture from the early 1900s. How good are you at knowing the values? Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel valuing clocks jewelry and ceramics. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.

Watch and play along with Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori valuing clocks tea sets and jewelry. Do you know if a Walt Disney child’s tea set from the 1940-50s should go in the dumpster or be spared the trash. Plus, can you correctly decide the fate of a clock in the shape of the Liberty Bell and a pair of Victoria era antique jewelry coral cuff links? See Dr. Lori reveal values during her popular Dumpster or No Dumpster? game as she shares thrift store shopping tips, what you can learn from the shape of a clock and why coral jewelry was important besides looking good when wearing it. All this and more during Dr. Lori’s appearance on ABC TV Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend in Tampa, FL.

Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel on valuing clocks tea sets and jewelry. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.

Play another round of Dumpster or No Dumpster? Watch Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori play this popular game with the hosts of ABC TV Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend in Tampa, FL. Can you guess the values for fishing lures from the 1920-40s and a black pearl necklace piece of jewelry? Learn about rice pearls and a Prestige dinner plate made in Japan with sterling silver around its rim. Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel about fishing lures and pearls. Send photos of your thrift shop finds for Dr. Lori to value.