When I happen upon a "good find" I never know what it's worth. Certainly I can't pay $40-$100 to find out it's worth nothing or less than the appraisal. I did find a forum that boasted "free appraisals". I had picked up this beautiful Kornilow bros dish for two bucks. I could find information about kornilow but nothing to give me a good idea of the real worth of my dish. So, I went to this forum I'd found. I could click "want appraisal" or click on "want to sell". I clicked on "want appraisal". Next day I was sent an offer of $150 plus shipping for the Kornilow dish. I didn't respond for a few months but then responded that I wanted an appraisal that I thought it was worth more. He wrote back and said again it's only worth the $150. A few months later, I decided to put it on my EBAY. I listed it for $330 figuring I can continue to bring it down and down and if it doesn't sell, I can always sell it to the antique forum guy. Twenty minutes later it was sold. Now, how do I know I didn't sell a $1,000 dish for $300. If anyone saw my last post of the worcester prismatic vase, I have the same dilemma, I want to sell it but don't know how to find the real worth. Any good advise on finding real value without spending a lot of money? As most of you know, 99% of the time yous say, nice piece but not worth anything. And I certainly appreciate every single person that has responded to my posts and am very thankful even when you tell me it's not worth much, I know I can believe yous. Oh, here's the dish.