We've unloaded lots of stuff in the past year. But it's far from all gone. In particular, years ago I collected Quimper pottery. The trouble with a collection is that, even when you're done collecting (as I have been for many years), you still have the collection.
I'd love not to have it anymore, so from time to time I'll mention aspects of it that might be of interest to folks who sail through here via search engines. Paul Fouillen (see a beautiful table where dessert plates of his design are used) was a particular interest, mostly for his Celtic designs. Worthpoint has some recent examples of his things; some are similar to mine. If you're interested, let me know. I'll get around to posting some photos.
Nieces and nephews and other young friends, I have a number of Franciscan Ware sets. Yours for the asking. Tons of vases, too, some with family stories attached.
These are lovely things, but I don't use them. It's either this, or a trip to Chaco Canyon, where for one thing the ancients made magnificent pottery for the purpose of smashing it as an offering. Like I said, it's either this or...