Programme for 2017/2018

All meetings are held on Friday evenings and start at 7 PM in Room B13.

12th May 2017 Desmond King
  18th Century English & European Ceramic Handled Knives & Forks.
26th May 2017 Anton Gabszewicz
  Blue & White Bow Porcelain c 1748-1775.
9th June 2017 Roger Massey
  The Forgotten Japanese Influence: Imari and English 18th Century Ceramics.
23rd June 2017 Michael Signy
  Rivets, Repairs and Replacement Handles.
7th July 2017 Pot Night
  Bring one or two Sauceboats, Creamers or Sucriers.
6th October 2017 AGM and Pot night: bring your recent acquisitions.
3rd November 2017 Helen Espir
  Further thoughts on clobbered oriental porcelains.
17th November 2017 Philip Mernick
  Not made in London; more on brown stonewares 1700-1900.
1st December 2017 Film Night
  1) Russian Imperial Porcelain and 2) China‚Äôs Terracotta Army .
15th December 2017 Patricia Ferguson
  Prints on Pots, 1765-1815 - a Temporary Exhibition at the British Museum.
26th January 2018 Paul Crane
  Chinese Whispers, a mid-18th Century Staffordshire opaque white glass vase & cover and its relationship to ceramic decoration of the period.
9th February 2018 Professor Clive Orton
  The Medieval Potters of Cheam.
23rd February 2018 Roger Massey
  18th-Century English Porcelain Figures
9th March 2018 Pot Night
  Transfer Printed Wares.
23rd March 2018 James Peake
  Made in China: A brief history of early porcelain production.

Worcester Barr Flight & Barr griffin candlestick, c  1805Worcester Barr Flight & Barr griffin candlestick, c 1805

Meetings start at 7 pm promptly and are usually held in Room B13. Details of any changes are given on the printed list of room allocations by the Reception desk in the College Foyer. Any queries, ask at Reception.

Lectures generally last about an hour and are followed by a period of questions and discussion. Meetings usually finish by about 8.30 pm.

Those members of the Circle who arrive at the College before 7 pm (i.e. from around 5.45 pm) come to the College Refectory where, while taking refreshment, they can talk informally with fellow-members and, for example, seek comments on problem pots.

Non-members are welcome to come to two meetings. If you do so, please make yourself known to the Chairman, James Sewell, or any other Committee member. New members should also identify themselves at their first attendance.

Annual Seminar

The LCC 2018 Annual Seminar will be held on the weekend of
20th and 21st October 2018