Prices of Minton Secessionist vary greatly from auction to auction. The most expensive pieces are jardinieres on stands which usually sell in the £1000-£1800 range depending on style, colour and condition.
Equally sought after are the large chargers or wall plaques which very rarely appear at auction and can make up to £3000. More ordinary pieces, especially the standard vases, range from £60 to £300 depending on size and condition. Rarer items such as teapots, coffee pots, candlesticks and small boxes with lids can make more, but only rarely do Minton Secessionist pieces exceed £1000.
Condition is obviously important and restored items will fetch less than perfect pieces although good restoration is acceptable on larger and rarer items. Restoration can be quite easily seen with the naked eye. It is probably true to say that Minton Secessionist prices have not risen much, if at all, over the last 10 years or so. It did appear that around 2005 prices were on the move, but since then some prices have dropped back. Rare pieces such as chargers and spectacular jardinieres on stands continue to surprise, but many ordinary pieces fetch much the same today as 10 -15 years ago. Because of the limited amount of Secessionist avilable and because prices are still affordable, it makes for good and enjoyable collecting.
I will post examples of recent prices paid.