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San Francisco Ceramic Circle 1998 Lecture Program

 Date

 Speaker

Lecture title

1/15/98

Raymond Yarbrough, Author & collector "Bow and the London Theatre" Please note this lecture will be held in the Trustees Auditorium of the Asian Art Museum

 2/19/98
Nicholas Vandekar, dealer, Paoli, PA "East and West travelling together - Oriental designs on Western ceramics" Please note this lecture will be held in the Trustees Auditorium of the Asian Art Museum

3/26/98
Nicholas Dawes, V.P. Special Projects, Sotheby's, New York "Victorian Majolica Ware"

4/23/98
 Patricia Ferguson, Assistant Curator, Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto "Hyacinth-mania: the 18th century fashion for bulbs and ceramic bulb holders" Please note this lecture will be held in the Trustees Auditorium of the Asian Art Museum

5/21/98
Jeffrey Herr, Director, the Banning Residence Museum, Wilmington, California Art, Enterprise, Reform: a look at American Arts and Crafts pottery

6/18/98

Patricia Knight, owner, Patrician Antiques, Los Altos and Colin Knight, Collector

"Mystery Night: A Ceramic Who Done It". 30 ceramic objects including unmarked and falsely marked examples to exercise attribution skills.

7/17/98

S.F.C.C. Collectors Night ("Pot" night)

Open forum for showing and discussing new additions to S.F.C.C. members' and the museum's collections

8/20/98
Charles Venable, Interim Director and Chief Curator, Dallas Museum of Art "From table top to TV tray: China in America 1880 - 1980"

9/24/98
Ghenette Zelleke, Assistant Curator, European decorative arts, Chicago Art Institute "Vienna porcelains of the du Paquier period"

 10/22/98

Letitia Roberts, Senior V.P. European Ceramics and Oriental Export Porcelain, Sotheby's N.Y.

" Creatures in Clay: 18th and 19th century representations of animals in ceramics"

 11/12/98

Robert Copeland, Historical Consultant to Spode Ltd.

" Spode- Copeland, 1733 - 1983"

 11/19/98

Carolyn Sargentson, deMontfort Research Fellow, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

"Sèvres China Furniture: A 19th century English taste for furniture decorated with porcelain plaques"

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