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  • The Scottish Pottery Society
    organised as separate branches with an overall central Council At present there are two branches which meet in Glasgow and Edinburgh Each branch has monthly meetings from September to May These take the form of lectures discussions and displays of pottery The Council generally organises the actions of the Society and supervises publications Members join one particular branch but are free to attend meetings apart from AGMs at both From time to time the Society organises or otherwise helps with exhibitions of pottery Venues have included Perth Kirkcaldy Edinburgh Stirling Bo ness Milngavie Kirkintilloch Helensburgh Cumnock and Glasgow The Annfield Pottery of John Thomson Sons C 1860s Transfer pattern Birds Old Mortality Verreville Pottery Glasgow Parian vase 1851 The Glasgow Pottery of J M P Bell Co To Join To join the SPS you choose one of the two branches Glasgow or Edinburgh and fill in the relevant aplication form found on the Branches page and post it to the relevant secretary Or attend a meeting and join there Cheques made payable to Scottish Pottery Society branch When you join you receive the current SPHR and a twelve page Bulletin The Bulletin is only available to members and is issued
    http://www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk/ (2016-04-29)


  • Scottish Pottery Society | Charity No. SC003935Branches and Council
    are the same in both branches Council Contacts President Anne Kerr 0141 337 2300 email ANNEKERR87 yahoo co uk Treasurer Jean Mackenzie email jean mackenzie2 btinternet com Secretary Robin Jones 0131 668 2285 email scotpots 1 gmail com Scottish Pottery Society Branches Glasgow Chairman Douglas Leishman tel 0141 946 7935 e mail dalhek btinternet com Secretary Anne Kerr tel 0141 337 2300 e mail ANNEKERR87 yahoo co uk Treasurer Brian McCrossan tel 0141 334 8684 mobile 07511 682936 email brian mccrossan homecall co uk Venue New meeting place Partick Burgh Hall room 1 3 9a Burgh Hall Street G11 5LN Click here for a map Annual Subscription 24 00 single 6 00 for each additional family member New student rate of 6 00 see membership form Join now Download the Glasgow 2015 16 Edinburgh Chairman Robin Jones e mail robanne101 yahoo co uk tel 0131 668 2285 Secretary Heather Jack tel 0131 332 3154 e mail heather jack virgin net Treasurer Alex Inglis tel 01592 871195 e mail inglis85 btinternet com Annual Subscription 24 00 single 6 00 for each additional family member New student rate of 6 00 see membership form Join now download the Edinburgh membership 2015 16
    http://www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk/show.php?contentid=32 (2016-04-29)

  • Scottish Pottery Society | Charity No. SC003935History of the Scottish Pottery Society
    idea of the Extra Mural class pottery recording sheets I gave the first talk on Friday 9th March 1973 on the collection of information and specimens for the Museum prior to the closure of A W Buchan s Pottery at Portobello Newsletter No 2 2 April appended a list of the names and addresses of the office bearers and 60 members This caused an uproar among some members who did not want the addresses of their valuable antique collections to be known by all and sundry Newsletter 3 gave notice of the May meeting on Blue Transfer Printed Earthenware and appended a list of known pattern names by Potteries the longest being Bell s with 19 names At the June meeting copies of the reprint of Fleming s book were available at 4 20 each This was the last meeting attended by George Young as he died a few days later aged 63 Though a separate Society we continued good relations with Glasgow In October 1973 Rodger McAslan gave his talk on Jugs and in February 1974 John Weyers talked on Bell s Pottery At the AGM in March 1974 Graeme Cruickshank gave up the Secretary s job to become the archivist for the Edinburgh area Two years later he produced the first Archivist s Newsletter which he developed into the SPHR the numbering starts in 1976 The two established branches continued to feel their way and obviously benefited from frequent contact and exchange of ideas Here is lan Grant This 1973 4 was the year in which we started the Annual Auction to raise funds for the Society and which continued until November 1984 these events proved highly successful and profitable to all Indeed in the early days one could count on some 15 20 pieces of Wemyss being entered for sale as well as a wide range of goods from all the Potteries Mind you a comparison of then and now doesn t bear thinking about just Imagine a Wemyss basket for 20 and a Verreville Jug for 6 1974 5 saw the dig at the Clyde Pottery site very ably managed by Peter Denholm This was followed by a meeting devoted to the pottery when members pieces were on display At about this time Rodger McAslan took over the Chair from Alasdair Auld 1975 saw meetings on Pollockshaws all were soon aware of how much was still unknown about this Pottery s wares and Friends of Blue which showed how vast a field of study this can be 1975 6 saw a meeting on Bell s and one was soon made to realise that their output was tremendous Gerard Quail gave an illuminating lecture on the Salt Glaze factories and there were discussions on Annfield Campbellfield Hydepark and the Lockhart Arthur Period at Pollockshaws 1976 7 saw Robin Hill resigning as Hon Recorder and Tina Kilgour taking his place December 1976 saw the publication of Pamphlet No 1 an eminently readable little booklet In 1977 8 Janet
    http://www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk/show.php?contentid=36 (2016-04-29)


  • Scottish Pottery Society | SPHR Guidelines for Authors
    the paper SPHR Guidelines for Authors 1 All material submitted for publication is assumed to be submitted exclusively to the Scottish Pottery Society 2 An indication of the illustrations that will be used would be helpful Photographs and sketches must be of a suitable quality for reproduction Please supply all images as separate high resolution tif or jpg files 300 dpi together with a list of captions 3 Papers should be provided in digital form and on paper The paper copy should be double spaced with wide margins Please supply your name and contact details on a separate sheet 4 Notes and references appear at the end of the paper Please use Word s endnote feature if possible 5 Please include all references to published works books articles papers unpublished works oral information acquired interviews conversations references to material in collections any other sources of data Information on how to set out the references is available from the Secretary 6 Copyright if you plan to use illustrations or photographs of which you do not hold the copyright you must obtain permission in writing from the copyright holder to publish the image Please note that the copyright holder has the legal
    http://www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk/show.php?contentid=49 (2016-04-29)

  • Scottish Pottery Society | Charity No. SC00393Society Publications

    http://www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk/show.php?contentid=38 (2016-04-29)

  • Scottish Pottery Society | Newsletters
    Glasgow Glasgow newsletter May 2014 April 2014 newsletter Edinburgh Edinburgh newsletter April 2014 Edinburgh November 2014 newsletter September 2014 newsletter Glasgow September newsletter Glasgow October 2014 newsletter Glasgow November 2014 newsletter Glasgow December 2014 newsletter Glasgow January Newsletter 2015 Glasgow February 2015 newsletter About the Society Branches subscriptions Glasgow Edinburgh History of Society SPHR Guidelines for Authors Publications SPHRs Handbook of Scottish Marks Newsletters Programme of Meetings 2014 2015 Scottish
    http://www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk/show.php?contentid=52 (2016-04-29)

  • Scottish Pottery Society | Charity No. SC003935 Programme of meetings 2015- 2016
    Graeme Cruickshank Glasgow Potteries and the British Empire 9 October Fiona Duckett of Watergaw Ceramics in Whitehills talks about Chasing rainbows one potter s journey in search of lustre 9 November Mike Brown Buchan Pottery 13 November Bring Your Own Spongeware 14 December Chistmas Party and bring your own favourite pieces 11 December Christmas Party Venue to be announced 11 January Robert Jardine Edinburgh The Modern Athens 8 January Four ten minute talks by members details later 8 February George Haggarty What Kind of Pottery do the Wealthy Collect 12 February Dr Sally Anne Huxtable Principal Curator of Modern and Contemporary Design at the NMS on Christopher Dresser Ceramics 14 March Archie McCall potter Reflections on 45 Years of Making Pots 11 March Branch A G M with short presentation to follow details later 11 April Branch AGM speaker details to be announced 8 April Bring Your Own Holyrood Pottery with Bob Will Senior Project Manager at GUARD Archeology reporting a recent find of Holyrood sherds and wasters 9 May Heather Jack Three Pottery Studios 1927 1935 Gushetneuk Majel Davidson Pots Emma Gillies and the Bridge Pottery Dod Watson 13 May SPS AGM Edinburgh hosts the Society AGM at the
    http://www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk/show.php?contentid=42 (2016-04-29)

  • Scottish Pottery Society | Charity No. SC003935Scottish Pottery Postcards for sale
    to enlarge and see description Postcard No 1 Postcard No 2 Postcard No 3 Postcard No 4 Postcard No 5 Postcard No 6 Postcard No 7 Postcard No 8 Postcard No 9 All postcard photographs are by Heather Jack To order postcards on this page email us at scottishpottery yahoo co uk or fill in the contact form Home About the Society Branches Glasgow Edinburgh History of Society SPHR Guidelines
    http://www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk/show.php?contentid=44 (2016-04-29)


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