Meetings in person are well underway in Glasgow and Edinburgh. You will see under ` Programme of Meetings` under the `About` banner that several meetings involve visits to Museum archive centres, in the case of Glasgow to inspect the famous Caledonian `Hutcheson` jug which was donated to the museum by the Scottish Pottery Society in […]
The Christmas parties are over, but its not too late to give a friend or relative a Christmas or New Year gift of membership of the Scottish Pottery Society! The benefits as set out under the `About` banner ; the annual amount is only £18 ( or £24 family). Meetings re-commence in January 2024
SPS member, Michael Gilles, sent a question to the Society via our Facebook page regarding a pair of jugs he owns, depicting (what we now know) a Victorian British Navy sailor. Another jug, more than likely produced by Bo’ness, carries the same image, but is unmarked. The Victoria pottery jug, made in Pollokshaws, Glasgow, is
The Society wishes to welcome our members to the new SPS website. Login details are being issued to all current members, who are being encouraged to proof read, fact check and provide further details to pages where they see omissions or inaccuracies. Comment sections are at the bottom of each page, and we’re enormously grateful
UPDATE 27th May: ALL Free SPHRs are now uploaded The Scottish Pottery Society today made Scottish Pottery Historical Review publications available free to the public on our website:https://www.scottishpotterysociety.org.uk/sphr/freesphrs/ SPHRs prior to the year 2000 will be available to freely access on our website. More will be uploaded over the following weeks. Care should be taken
The Scottish Pottery Society is opening up the future development of the website so that we can capture the wealth of experience that is out there for our own benefit! If you have any bright ideas for additions to our website, please comment below; we look forward to hearing from you.
The Scottish Pottery Society is working hard to fill the website with content, but not being perfect, we will make mistakes. If you spot any errors, please leave comments at the bottom of the Page explaining clearly what is wrong, and what it should be replaced with. If you have any good quality images you