Saturday 11 January 2020
Jacqui Pearce: The Consul’s China: early 19th-century excavated assemblage from America Square, London
Excavations in 1987 uncovered a very large assemblage of ceramics and other finds from the cellar of a former house in America Square, including a particularly rich collection of English and Chinese porcelain, which can be associated with the occupancy of the one-time Danish Consul, Georg Wolff.
Peter White: Ceramic cream skimmers
The shape, usage and ceramic examples of cream skimmers from circa 1700
George Haggarty: Scottish Ceramics in the West Coast
Apart from Delftfield, little is known about the Potteries of Glasgow and the Clyde, an area which was to become an important part of Britain’s ceramic export trade.