Some confusion in the categories for me.
If I have dinnerware and know it is at least 20 years I put it in porcelain category.
Unless it is pottery and then I put in pottery.
If it is more modern or unknown date is it possible to put this in collectibles category for kitchen?
Good names like Wedgwood or Lenox?
I would think that it would be OK. I have vanity items that could be classified as either Collectibles/Vanity or Glass and sometimes I put them in one category and sometimes I put them in the other. I very much wish that they would allow limited cross posting. I understand that they don't want people to cross list in all categories (e.g. silver jewelry listed in the silver category) but I do think that both Antiques and Collectibles should allow cross listing with Glass, Pottery, Porcelain, and so on. I don't think they're going to change it, but I do wish they would. Heck, I'd even pay an extra listing fee if I could do that.
The new research and resources at RL forums has some information but don't see this ? answered there. Thanks.
Vintage Collectibles items not yet 20 years old can qualify to be listed only if these conditions are met:
Humm, I thought I answered this question here. Must have hit the back button or something.
In this particular case the answer is no you cannot list items less than 20 years old unless the item is listed in a price guide or a recognized online price guide no matter who the maker is.
thank you Carol.
This has been a little confusing for me as well...so thank you for the post and clarification:)