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English faience on display in eastern Poland

12.10.2020 07:40
An exhibition of English faience from the middle of the 18th to the end of the 19th century has opened at the Podlasie Museum in Białystok, north-eastern Poland.
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It features about 250 items of ceramics by English and Scottish manufacturers, mostly creamware - cream-coloured refined faience whose production started in central England in the mid-18th century.

The exhibits also include examples of Josiah Wedgwood earthenware and pottery. 

The majority of the exhibits are plates which demonstrate a richness of ornamental motifs and also a wide range of techniques, from hand decoration to transfer printing.

All the items come from the collection of Professor Wojciech Kowalski, a prominent expert in the field of intellectual property law and cultural property. He served for many years as a plenipotentiary of the Polish Foreign Ministry for the restitution of Polish works of art looted during World War II.

The exhibition at the Podlasie Museum runs until January 15, 2021.

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