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Wrendale Sale

14/01/202111:2817/01/2021 04:14

Wrendale Design by Hannah Dale – 20 % off all these prices from January 18 until January 31.

Ladies and Gent’s Clothing and Accessories

11/01/202117:1618/01/2021 09:50

Kids

09/01/202111:1015/01/2021 14:07

New – Chinese New Year Dragon Stick Puppet. £3 PMAG, SOT and Collections Branded Themed Packs Beenies Activities Character Merchandise Space Pendants Collector’s Corner WWI and WWII replica medals Coins WWI pin badges

The Willow Pattern

07/01/202112:2207/01/2021 12:37

Chinese New Year

06/01/202116:4707/01/2021 09:46

January Sale

01/01/202116:2626/02/2021 12:30

Grab yourself a bargain! – enjoy 20% savings on Anita Harris and Carole Glover pottery, and 30% off all of our Seasonal Gift items in our online Foyer Shop from January 4th until January 17th. Please call 01782 232323 or email stoke.gov.uk for more information. PLEASE NOTE – in line with new government guidelines we […]

24. Five Gold Rings

24/12/202003:0016/12/2020 14:53

‘Five gold rings’ is the prolonged verse we all look forward to singing from the Twelve Days of Christmas before the quick descent back down to ‘a partridge in a pear tree’. Pictured here is a 15th-century, medieval, gold finger ring. It has a black-letter inscription reading: ‘Love conquers all except the heart of a […]

23. Madonna and Child

23/12/202003:0016/12/2020 10:59

The image of the Virgin Mary (or Madonna) and Christ child are central to traditional Christian imagery associated with Christmas. For his sculpture made in stoneware depicting the Madonna and Child, ceramics artist, Phil Eglin draws upon the devotional images of the Virgin Mary with the infant Christ often seen in Renaissance art.

22. He’ll be coming down the chimney when he comes

22/12/202003:0015/12/2020 14:01

The range of ceramic production in Stoke-on-Trent is as broad as anywhere in the world. Over the years it seems the imagination was the only limiting factor to what pottery manufacturers were willing to produce. In particular, teapots have been subjected to all manner of weird and wonderful shapes and decoration. Manufacturers of novelty teapots […]

21 – Reindeer in Staffordshire

20/12/202019:18

Did you know there was a time when you didn’t have to wait until Christmas to see a Reindeer in North Staffordshire? The proof can be found among our archaeology collections. In the caves of the Staffordshire Peak District,  in the Manifold and Hamps Valley, archaeologists excavated animal remains dating back beyond 12,000 years ago […]