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The online catalogue does not include details of all our collections. Contact us for further information on collections not yet featured online.

Ceramic Empire

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24/05/2014 – 07/09/2014

Ceramic Information Sheets

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The information sheets below have been compiled by the Ceramics Section of the museum and provide useful information on a variety of topics: Art Pottery and Industry Clarice and Her Contemporaries Composition of Sets Cow creamers Digging for early porcelain Guides to dating pottery from backstamps Reading List Staffordshire Portrait Figures

Ceramics

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Our ceramic collections include the finest collection of Staffordshire ceramics anywhere in the world, reflecting the City’s heritage as the centre of the English ceramics industry. It also includes the most comprehensive collection of British 20th century studio ceramics. As well as British ceramics, we have significant collections of ceramics from all over the world […]

Changing Fashions; Drinking and Dining

02/01/201916:2402/01/2019 16:26Leave a Comment

This blog post is the product of Molly Woodhouse, a third year Photojournalism student at Staffordshire University, who undertook her ‘Work placement and career development’ module here at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery. The research, interpretation, photography and delivery of this virtual exhibition was undertaken by Molly over the course of three months. All of […]

Children’s Art Week

28/06/202006:0010/12/2020 09:24

China: Through the Lens of John Thomson 1868-1872

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17/10/2020 – 22/08/2021 China: Through the Lens of John Thomson 1868-1872This exhibition displays images of China taken by the Scottish photographer John Thomson (1837-1921). Born in Edinburgh two years before the invention of the daguerreotype and the birth of photography, Thomson first travelled to Asia in 1862, where he set up a professional photographic studio. […]

Chinese Ceramic Highlights

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Small porcelain dish painted with symbols of longevity and good fortune. Qing dynasty, Yongzheng period, 1723-1735 1938.P.44 This small porcelain dish is beautifully painted with underglaze and overglaze decoration, all of which is highly symbolic. The interior shows five bats flying between a peach tree and ocean waves. The peach tree is associated with immortality […]

Chinese New Year

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Chinese New Year Competitions

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To celebrate Chinese New Year this year The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery designed a special competition for children of all ages to take part in. We asked people to design their own Willow Pattern plate or create a poem based on the Chinese New Year story. Well done to everyone who took part! These […]

CLAY Museum

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CLAY Museum is an Arts Council project, in partnership with The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery and The British Ceramics Biennial (BCB), to support Secondary Schools in engaging with the museum and its collections. Here are some of the resources from the project for you to use at school or home. Staffordshire Flatbacks: Creating StoriesCast […]