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May 2019
A young factory defying the limits of soft-paste porcelain. Holy Roman Emperor Francis I from the Tournai factory. Read More
Alfred Powell brought a Modern British sensibility to the Arts and Crafts movement in this commission of 1927, perhaps for a Scottish patron? Read More
Art and philosophy represented by Nero and a bearded Claudius flanking the Imperial eagle of the Holy Roman Empire. Read More
The largest Meissen version of the Kakiemon interpretation of a Chinese tale of lateral thinking, from the Japanese Palace. Read More
An early Kutani-type dish, decorated with the 'three friends of winter' representing steadfastness perseverance and resilience Read More
A stand-off between cockerels, captured in the inimitable style of the Dutch 'Fine-Line' painter
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Once amongst the most sought after of all English porcelain, Champions hard-paste factory in Bristol was a technical marvel of its time. Read More
“The sacred gift of friendship take and keep it for the giver’s sake 1788” on a West Country Harvest Jug. Read More
It's that time of year again and Masterpiece is fast-approaching. As preparations slip into gear, here is a little preview of what we will be bringing with us. Like last year we will be on Stand B14, in the back right hand corner. Please follow this link, quoting the code HDAJ78 when prompted for free tickets.

The French Porcelain Society will be holding a study day, 'Ceramics as Sculpture' at Masterpiece on Friday, 28 June. The morning will consist of two sessions of lectures, followed by group tours of the sculpture and ceramic stands at the fair. For tickets and information, contact Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth,
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