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Newsletter 164 - Dec 2011
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|3||Summer School: 16th - 21st August 2011||Jemma Tynan|
|6||Letter from Summer School Bursary Recipient||Alyson Pollard|
|7||Reports of Meetings|
|7||24th September 2011 : Space and Time, Order and Chaos: the other-worldly ceramics of Elizabeth Fritsch||Andrew Renton|
|9||The Liverpool Profile Bud Pattern - an Update||Trevor Darling|
|18||Ceramic Twitching (and the Introduction of Transfer Printing at Lowestoft)||Mike Macphail|
|22||Absolon Painting on Davenport Wares||Diana Darlington|
|24||Stevenson Impressed Marks||Dick Henrywood|
|26||Unjust Censorship? Please Discuss||Pamela Gardner|
|29||Blue Pheasants and Ironstone||Colin Andrew|
|35||Enoch Wood's Beginnings as a Master Potter||Roger Pomfret|
|36||Three Loving Cups||Colin Andrew|
|41||An Unusual Strainer||Margaret Hewat|
|42||Market Uncertainties & Changing Tastes: Bonhams Knightsbridge Ceramic Design from 1860 Sale - 21 & 22 September 2011||David Beaton|
|47||West Pans Invoice||Diana Connell|
|50||A Mug Inscribed Fenybridge||Dr Alwyn Cox|
|55||Jonathan Leak: The Convict Potter||Merilyn Hoysted|
|57||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|60||40 Years of the NCS|
|65||Cumming Ceramic Research Foundation Award|
|66||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|69||Potteries Jotteries No. 122||Rodney Hampson|
|71||Ceramics Talks at the Potteries Museum|