Philip Miller's teapot collection
 to be auctioned
 27 September
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Book now for the
14th NCS Winter Weekend

Flattery and Fakery:
The Art of Imitation

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Winter Weekend Programme

modern copy of a Ralph Toft slipware dish
Modern copy of a 17th century slipware dish. The potter's signature on the back suggest flattery.
Samson copy of Chinese porcelain punch bowl
Samson copy of Chinese porcelain bowl. Flattery or Fakery?
Cauliflower teapot in the style of 18th century Staffordshire made in 20th century
20th century copy of 18th century teapot. Probably fakery but possibly flattery.
London deflt bottle with added inscription
17th century London delft bottle with modern inscription. The bottle is real the date is fakery.

Member’s Showcase
Alcock & Co. figure

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Videos of potters and
 pottery making

Have you ever wondered how pots were really made and decorated?  Videos are a fascinating insight.

shelly slip pouring

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Autumn Programme

The Wedgwood Museum
Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent
10:00 am- 4:00 pm

Wedgwood meeting
This will be a full day of presentations so be sure to join us
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29 October 

Grosvenor Museum, Chester

26 November
University of Keele,
North Staffordshire

More information coming soon

to NCS member Dick Henrywood

The Transferware Collectors Club has announced the 2016 awards for the Richards Foundation Research Grant for Studies in British Transferware.

There are three recipients this year including long-time NCS member Dick Henrywood who has received a grant for 50% of the publication costs of Volume IV of his series Transferware Recorder – Selected Patterns from Literature to be published December 2017.
If you have have a project that might be appropriate why not apply?

Press Release-Transferware Collectors Club Research Grant Awards 2016

 The Transferware Recorder series