A TASTE FOR THE MAGNIFICENT LUXURY PORCELAIN IN 18TH CENTURY EUROPE and ENGLAND CERAMIC COLLECTORS SOCIETY
THE LECTURE PROGRAMME
MR ERROL MANNERS: ‘The Origins of Vincennes, Sèvres, and other Early French Factories’
DR MATTHEW MARTIN: ‘We hear that the China, made at Chelsea, is arrived to such perfection as to equal … the finest old Japan’ – Early history of the Chelsea factory
MR ERROL MANNERS: ‘A Survey of the Different Italian Porcelain Factories and their Link with the Rest of Europe’
DR MATTHEW MARTIN: ‘The Zwettl Table centrepiece, Produced by the Vienna Factory and now housed in the Mak Museum’
For further information, telephone or email Rhona Clement Ceramic Collectors Society PO Box 1386 North Sydney NSW 2059
T: 02 9518 9705 M: 0410 255 111 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ceramic Collectors Society celebrates its 70th Anniversary in September 2019. To mark the occasion, we have organised a one-day seminar entitled;
A Taste for The Magnificent Luxury Porcelain in 18th Century Europe & England.
Our internationally renowned speakers are;
Dr Matthew Martin from the University of Melbourne and Mr Errol Manners, a specialist in European ceramics, based in London.
Dr Matthew Martin, Lecturer, Art History and Curatorship at the University of Melbourne, is well known to The Society. Most recently in August 2018 with a lecture entitled ‘Cobalt Cargoes, Asian cobalt decorated ceramics and their early European imitations.’
Mr Errol Manners was a popular speaker at our 60th Anniversary Seminar at the Powerhouse Museum in September 2009. He gave lectures on the ‘secret’ of Meissen porcelain and an in depth look at Augustus the Strong as a collector.
The all-day seminar will take place at the Mosman Art Gallery, the cost will be $130 per person, including lunch, morning tea and free street parking.
The seminar takes place on
Sunday 15th September 2019
Registration from 9am with the Seminar to end at 4pm
Mosman Art Gallery 1 Art Gallery Way, Mosman NSW 2088