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26-28 January 2018

Northern Ceramic Society 15th Winter Weekend Seminar

Chancellors Hotel, Manchester

Errol Manners

Virtuoso lead-glazed ware of the Renaissance and beyond: Palissy and other traditions

www.northernceramicsociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Brochure-for-Winter-Weekend-2018.pdf

26 November 2016

English Ceramic Circle Study day : Influences and Inspirations - 400 Years of Japanese Porcelain

School of Oriental and African Studies in London

Errol Manners 

Inspired by Japan:  Europe's response to Kakiemon porcelain

www.englishceramiccircle.org.uk/index.php/influences-and-inspirations-400-years-of-japanese-porcelain/

9-11 August 2016

Northern Ceramic Summer School

Wednesday 15th August

Errol Manners

Europe's Response to Kakiemon.

www.northernceramicsociety.org/summer-school-2016/

29-31 January 2016

The 13th Northern Ceramic Winter weekend Seminar 'Hot & Sweet, 400 years of tea, coffee and chocolatre drinking'

Chancellors Hotel & Conference Centre, Chancellors Way, Moseley Road, Manchester M14 6NN (satnav M14 6ZT)

Errol Manners

'The Mysterious World of Redwares'

www.northernceramicsociety.org/homepage/events/winter-weekend-seminar2/

27 November 2015

The London Ceramic Circle at Morley College

61 Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7HT

'The Investigation of a mysterious early English teabowl' 

www.londonceramiccircle.com/meetings.htm

15-16 October 2015

CONFERENCE ON THE 300TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WIENER PORZELLANMANUFAKTUR

MUSEUM FUR ANGEWANDTE KUNST, VIENNA

'The Travels of an Arcanist, Joseph Jacob Ringler'

www.mak.at/jart/prj3/mak/main.jart

16 June 2015

THE ENGLISH CERAMIC CERAMIC STUDY DAY, ‘EAT, DRINK & BE MERRY!’

Art Antiques London

'The investigation of  a mysterious teabowl'

englishceramiccircle.eventzilla.net/web/event

16 May 2015

MEISSEN STUDY DAY

The Legion of Honor Museum San Francisco

'Meissen Porcelain; Connoisseurship and the process of Collecting'

This talk will look at aspects of the process of collecting and attempt to define its purpose and value in particular regard to the early years of Meissen porcelain as represented in the Malcolm Gutter Collection.

legionofhonor.famsf.org/exhibitions/princely-pursuit-malcolm-d-gutter-collection-early-meissen-porcelain



 

27 November 2014

Ceramic Sculpture of the World; From its Pre-Classical origins to its Princely Patrons of the 18th Century

English Speaking Union, Dartmouth House, 37 Charles Street, London W1J 5ED

30 November 2013

Pottery and Porcelain Figures

Headley Theatre, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

The subject of the talk will be on continental figure sculpture.

More information to come. 

www.oxfordceramicsgroup.org.uk/events

9-10 November 2013

Scrolls of Fantasy, The Rococo and Ceramics in England, c.1735-c.1775.

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The English Ceramic Circle is holding a seminar weekend on the Rococo, the second in its series on the history of style and its influence on ceramics.  The wide range of lectures cover the cultural aspects as well as the ceramics and other decorative arts.

www.englishceramiccircle.org.uk

14 June 2013

Villeroy Porcelain

French Porcelain Society Study Day at Art Antiques London, Kensington Gardens (opposite the Albert Hall)

www.thefrenchporcelainsociety.com

 

18 January 2013

Oriental influences on Italian and French Ceramics

Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7HT

www.londonceramiccircle.com/meetings.htm

27-28 October 2012

Ornamental & Remarkable Ceramic Wares

Morley College, London SE1 7HT

The 43rd Annual Seminar of the Morley College Ceramic Circle will take place on the weekend of 27th/28th October 2012.
The speakers are: John Sandon (MCCC President), Dr Geoffrey Godden, Anton Gabszewicz, Errol Manners, Maurice Hillis, Robin Emmerson, Alan Caiger-Smith, Jacqui Pearce, Hans Van Lemmen and Charles Dawson.

www.morleycollegeceramiccircle.com/seminar2012.pdf

6 October 2012

‘Enter the Dragon’, European Porcelain and the Orient

Headley Theatre, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Study Day at 10.30am in the Headley Theatre, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford: ‘Enter the Dragon’, European Porcelain and the Orient
Last year we held a well-attended Study Day on the subject of Oriental influences on English porcelain. This year we are going to extend the examination of Oriental influences to cover Continental porcelain. Again we will be hearing lectures from authorities prominent in this field. Errol Manners will talk on French and other factories, Sebastian Kuhn of Bonham’s on German porcelain and Rose Kerr, Keeper Emerita at the V & A on Chinese and Japanese sources.

www.oxfordceramicsgroup.org.uk/events
 

 

4-6 May 2012

San Francisco Ceramic Circle

California Palace of the Legion of Honor

“Stirring the Pots: 25 Years of Change in the Understanding of English Porcelain"

Over the past 25 years archaeology, documentary evidence, connoisseurship
and modern scientific analysis have reshaped the understanding and
attributions of early English porcelains. This seminar will cover the
development of English porcelains, the manufactories that produced them and
the re-attributions that have taken place, their decoration, their position in the
context of European porcelain and the work of independent English decorators.

Featured Speakers:
Anton Gabszewicz, Independent Ceramic Consultant and Historian
Maurice Hillis, Independent Ceramic Researcher and Chairman of
the Northern Ceramic Society, England
J.V.G. Mallet, former Keeper of the Department of Ceramics, Victoria and Albert
Museum and Past President of the English Ceramic Circle
Errol Manners, Dealer in 18th Century Ceramics and Chairman of
the French Porcelain Society

www.patricianantiques.com/sfcc2012seminar.pdf

13-14 April 2012

The French porcelain society

Wallace Collection, London

A symposium in honour of Dame Rosalind Savill.  Thirty one speakers will speak on different aspects of French porcelain and related topics at the Goodison lecture theatre at the Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square to mark the retirement of Dame Rosalind Savill.

Errol Manners: The earliest chinoiseries at Vincennes and the attribution of a figure          

The earliest years at Vincennes saw some brief forays into Japanese and Chinese styles. This paper will consider these rare pieces and the attribution of a rare model. 

www.thefrenchporcelainsociety.com