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NEWSLETTER
January 2018
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The very earliest phase of the evolution of Kakiemon enamels, on an Arita jar dating from around 1650-55.  Read More
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The Adoration of the Magi, Paul Preuning, Nürnburg 1550-60, from the Lanna Collection of Prague sold in 1909. Read More
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Sforza di Marcantonio, Pesaro 1561. Ceasar feigning disgust on being offered the head of his rival Pompey. Read More
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Variations in pattern and design suggesting an early development of Stadler-type flowers on Meissen flasks. Read More
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The uniquely fanciful fiori coreani of Capodimonte with different coloured flowers growing from the same stem. Read More
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An eighteenth century staffordshire slip-trailed shallow dish at it's most free and caligraphic.
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The translucent Gombroon vitrified fritwares of Safavid Persia are sometimes even described as solft-paste porcelain. Read More
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A Bow tureen, purchased by the third Laird of Kemnay of Aberdeenshire Scotland. Recorded in an intventory of 28th April 1774. Read More
NEWSLETTER SECTION
Virtuoso Lead-glazed ware of the Renaissance and beyond: Palissy and other traditions. Errol Manners is lecturing at the Northern Ceramic Circle Winter Weekend on 26-28 January.
We will be holding an exhibition of a collection of figures from the rarer English factories on 14th March, details to follow.
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