Alan Landis Antiques, established in 1977, is one of Australia's foremost authorities on English Ceramics (1750-1950) and Australian Decorative Arts, with expertise in Meissen, Australiana and Judaica.
Alan Landis is a Life Fellow of the Powerhouse Museum, Honorary Curator to the National Trust of NSW and advisor to the Historic Houses Trust and Australiana Fund. Alan has delivered lectures to the Wedgwood International Seminar in the USA and has published numerous original articles for local and international magazines. He is an ADFAS lecturer and has organised frequent Valuation Days for the National Trust, the Red Cross and the Salvation Army. As a registered valuer under the Cultural Gifts Program, Alan has valued the contents of Vaucluse House, Elizabeth Bay House, Rouse Hill, and the Sydney Town Hall collections. He is a Past President of the Antique Dealers Association of NSW, the Wedgwood Society of NSW, Vice-President of the Ceramic Collectors Society, as well as a past committee member of the Australiana Society.
Australian Ceramics; Australian Silver; Ceramics