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Riley Humler

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Humler & Nolan
Cincinnati, OH
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513-381-2041

Riley Humler has been a dealer and collector of American and European Art Pottery for more than 35 years. He was Gallery Director of Cincinnati Art Galleries, LLC and coordinated the Art Pottery and Art Glass Auctions there for over 20 years and now manages his own auction gallery, Humler & Nolan Auctions in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has also been an appraiser on Antiques Roadshow since 1996 and lectures on a regular basis about his life-long relationship with American Art Pottery, particularly Rookwood.

Married for 28 years and the father of 5, Mr. Humler is a native of Louisville and now resides in Cincinnati.

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