ECC Online archive launched
ECC is please to announce that our Transactions are now online.
Transactions between 1928 and 2008 are now available in our digital archive.
ECC members can join the archive for a one off subscription of £1.00, and
there are also public access subscriptions for one month or six months.
Members were sent joining details in the recent mailing, but all you have to do
is register on the site then buy a subscription.
THE ECC ONLINE ARCHIVE NOW!
Summer Study Day
ECC is holding a Summer Study Day in conjunction with Art Antiques London on
15th June. This will be a fascinating day of lectures from leading
speakers with an excellent option of dinner afterwards.
FURTHER DETAILS AND / OR BOOK
The English Ceramic Circle (ECC for short) is the oldest society dedicated to the study of British ceramics and enamels. Founded in 1927, it aims to advance knowledge by promoting and publishing new research on these subjects.
The Circle`s worldwide membership embraces collectors, curators, archaeologists, potters, auctioneers, dealers, social historians and all those with an interest in the history of ceramics made in the British Isles.
By invitation from the Committee, members may present the results of their research at meetings, normally held in London between October and April of the following year, and those scholarly papers are published annually in the `Transactions of the English Ceramic Circle`, sent free to subscribing members or purchasable by non-members.
Other activities, including visits to collections, seminars and extra publications are undertaken from time to time.
The English Ceramic Circle is Registered Charity Number 1097063. We rely on member`s subscriptions and donations to continue to carry out our activities promoting and publishing research on English ceramics.
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The English Ceramic Circle Committee is made up of the following members
The English Ceramic Circle Committee is made up of the following members:
Honorary Vice Presidents
Mavis Watney, David Redstone, Felicity Marno, Rosalind Pulver and Colin Wyman
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