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

19 January John Sandon on “Harry Davis” (1885-1970), Royal Worcester Painter. A study and reminiscnces of this important artist
2 February Christopher Jordan on “The curious case of WH Goss, Alderman Copeland, The Shah of Persia, William Savage and Nicholas Pine”. Parian ware and its makers
23 February Alexandra Aguilar on “Early Japanese Ceramics”
8 March Pot Night on “Ceramic Decoration 1850-1914”. Please bring examples from your own collection
22 March Anna Burnside on “Nelson Forever!”. A selection of ceramics and enamels from a private collection
19 April Study Meeting on “Pattern Numbers and the problems they may present
3 May Patrick Hagglund on “Marquis Carlo Ginori and the founding of the Doccia factory 1737 - 1757
17 May Pot Night with the subject “Ceramic Decoration: 1915 to the present day - the last in this series. To embrace, Utilitarian wares, the works of Moorcroft, Moore and Pilkington etc., Art Deco, Red Stoneware revival, Art Pottery and Studio Ceramics.”
7 June Philip Mernick on “Derbyshire but not Derby - the many potteries that once operated in the County, aside from the Derby Porcelain Works
28 June Jacqui Pearce on “European Ceramics in London 1000-1700

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

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.

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.