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November 2019
Exceptional lapidiary-cut precision of Böttger stoneware vases from the historic collections of the Grand Dukes of Baden Read More
A reverse-glass architectural capriccio by Daniel Preissler working for the Counts Kolowrat Liebstein in eastern Bohemia Read More
Ming kraak porcelain dish enriched with English or North European silver-gilt mounts to convert it to a tray or 'layette' for a child's first clothes Read More
A 16th century Castilian dish from the Talavera Serie Punteada, amongst the earliest Italianate tin-glazed earthenwares of Spain Read More
A vase that has survived the Red Army and the fall of communism to be restituted to the erstwhile Kings of Saxony Read More
The Low Countries answer to Venice! A vetro a serpenti or vluegelglas, a virtuoso display of the glassmakers' art Read More
A copy of a copy of a blanc de chine Guanyin. Recently re-attributed from Longton Hall to the earliest phase of Derby Read More
Once amongst the most treasured of imports from the East. A Japanese Lacquer dish made for the export market Read More
Fare-well to Australia after a most enjoyable five-lecture tour of Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. Errol is now setting sail to talk about 'Italian Porcelain and its Origins' to the San Fransisco Ceramics Circle on Sunday 3 November; and to the annual meeting of the American Ceramic Circle in Winston Salem, where he will be speaking about 'The Mysterious World of Redwares' on Friday 8 November.
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