March 2024 – Porcelain expert Paul Crane delivered a talk on ‘Nature, Porcelain and the Enlightenment – George Edwards’ “Uncommon Birds” on Worcester and Chelsea porcelain’. 


February 2024 – Artist and researcher Dr Lisa Sheppy presented ‘An artist’s exploration of the historic technique of tissue transfer-printing on ceramics’ .

January 2024 – Worcester porcelain authority and BBC Antiques Roadshow expert John Sandon took us ‘Shopping with Dr Wall – a visit to Worcester’s London Showroom in 1755’.

December 2023 – oral history producer and former BBC journalist, Julia Letts, spoke about ‘Anecdotes from the Archive including festive recollections of Christmas-time at Royal Worcester’, sharing stories and memories from former Royal Worcester workers that she interviewed just before factory closure.

November 2023 – Author, food historian and British Food History podcaster, Dr Neil Buttery spoke about ‘Navigating 19th century English meals’


March 2023 – Chair of Trustees, antiques expert and TV personality Philip Serrell’s talk on ‘Worcester modellers of the 20th century’

February 2023 – Trustee and Porcelain expert John Sandon’s Talk on ‘Here’s a good health to Dr Wall – Worcester porcelain and hot drinks in Georgian England’

January 2023 – Porcelain expert Paul Crane’s  Talk on ‘Chinese Whispers – Chinoiserie on Worcester porcelain in the early Dr Wall period’

December 2022 – Design Historian, Alyssa Myers’ Talk on ‘A very Walpole Christmas: Worcester porcelain and the festive season at an 18th century villa’


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