Our collections include:
A full service for 18 of Homer Laughlin's "Virginia Rose" china
Same of Taylor, Smith & Taylor's "LuRay Pastels"
Same of American and English "Blue Willow"
Almost a service for 18, including all manner of serving pieces of Rogers Brothers "Arbutus" silverware, originally made in 1908
I'm a sucker for anything silver or silverplate and have bowls, platters, cups, baskets, etc. of every size and shape imaginable.
Lots and lots of Depression glass, mainly in cobalt blue, as well as vases and serving pieces in cobalt glass.
Unusual teapots. Buck gave me one for Christmas one year that is shaped like a treadle machine because, oh I forgot, I collect all manner of sewing stuff.
Also, tons of novelty salt and pepper shakers.
Have some artwork and, since Buck and I were/are such avid readers, books, books, books, books.....
I'm sure there's more, but I think that's enough for now.
ETA: Our intent is to collect a service of 20 of everything, so it can be divided equally among our 5 children as part of their inheritance. Even if they don't care for the stuff, it's all in nearly mint condition and should fetch a good price if they sell it.