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NEWSLETTER
September 2017
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Jean-Jaques Spaengler was described by Joseph Lygo as "the greatest rascall I have had anything to do with". In his short and troubled career, he created some of the finest sculpture in English porcelain. Read More
 
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Planetenkrug dated 1666. Creussen wares were part of a surprisingly small production, and some of the earliest enamel decoration on European ceramics. Read More
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One of the earliest tureens in Meissen, decorated in a bold Imari palette with Chinese leaping fish handles.  Read More
 
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A pattern once described as a windmill having a fight in a flower shop! Sèvres with the uncommon 'petit verd' ground colour. Read More
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An apparently unrecorded and masterly Tournai group after a drawing by Nicolas Lecreux. The definition of the modelling at Tournai is unrivalled by any other soft paste porcelain factory. Read More
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Working in The Netherlands around 1724 the 'Fine-Line' painter is the most skilful and original of all Dutch outside enamellers. Read More
LECTURES BY ERROL MANNERS
‘The early porcelain of François Barbin at Villeroy and Paris’ at The French Porcelain Society Symposium: Saint–Cloud to Bernardaud: New Horizons in French Porcelain, 1690-2000 on 20 and 21 October 2017 at The Wallace Collection, London
                                        
‘The Kakiemon Craze: Europe’s Infatuation with Japanese Porcelain’. The Macdonald Collection Lecture, at the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto on November 21, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

‘A Dealer’s Perspective on Collectors and Collecting’ at the Minneapolis Museum of Art on Sunday November 26, 2 pm.

 
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