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January 2020
Antoine Watteau's wistful depictions of the Comédie-Italienne interpreted in the faience of Strasbourg. Read More
A medallion of the future king, Augustus III, acquired by Lady Charlotte Schreiber on an eventful trip to Berlin in 1878. Read More
From the Yangtse river delta to the ports of Goa where it was enhanced with gold mounts before travelling on the the Cape of Good Hope. Read More
A rare classical scene of Diana and Acteon on a marked Delft dish of the pioneering Hoppesteyn 'Het Morianshooft' factory. Read More
An exceptionally large ewer commissioned for the Hanseatic ports by Portuguese Jewish merchants based in Hamburg. Read More
An early Japanese ewer of a form initially intended for the Islamic market but quickly adopted for the European export trade. Read More
Painted by the Preisslers; a family of court artists at the Bohemian estates of Count Liebsteinsky von Kolowrat. Read More
'Figures from paintings in the ruins of Herculaneum; the models brought over by the marquis of Lansdowne'. Read More
Friday January 31st. The Tim Woolley Memorial Lecture, 'A particularly British fascination: the Anglo-Sèvres affair' to mark the sale of the Judith Howard Collection. At the Woolley and Wallis Saleroom in Salisbury. For details and tickets, click here.

Monday 24th February, 'The mystery of redwares in princely collections' for the Seminar in the History of Collecting series, The Wallace collection. For details and tickets, click here.
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