Ashtead Potters Limited
Displays galleries of pieces made by the pottery in Ashtead, Surrey, the history of the company, and marks and model codes. Includes pages showing genuine and fake Christopher Robin items.
Information on the history and development of the Asiatic Pheasant transfer printed china pattern, made by many British potters. With maker initials and marks, advice for collectors, and pottery terms.
Carlton Ware World
Member-run club for collectors and enthusiasts of Carlton Ware. Includes types of ware, backstamps, fakes, registered designs information, galleries, videos and a newsletter archive.
Clarice Cliff Collectors Club
Provides a history of the club, membership information, and resources which include patterns and shapes, and a sample of the newsletter.
The Clarice Cliff Website
Offers a factory history, a gallery of old photographs and pieces, a description of patterns, and links to the site's forums, some of which require paid membership.
Derby Porcelain International Society
Promotes research into, and appreciation of Derby porcelain and other Derbyshire ceramics of all periods. Provides articles on porcelain and pottery companies, society publications, news and events.
Edward Radford Pottery
An introduction to the handpainted pottery of Edward Radford, who worked in Burslem from the 1920's onwards. Shows galleries of Radford pieces, with notes, patterns, shapes and basemarks.
Friends of Blue
Exists to study under-glaze blue decoration using a transfer print, a technique developed in Britain in the 1750s. Includes examples of wares and excerpts from bulletins.
Goss Collectors' Club
Society for collectors of Goss, also known as crested china, produced by the Falcon Pottery. Includes background information, a gallery, events, traders, and details of monthly postal auctions including unsold lots.
A collection of articles, galleries, and other resources to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the pottery, which became the Portmeirion Pottery in 1960.
Yorkshire museum shows information on their displays and includes a section on the history of the Hornsea Pottery.
Myott Collectors Club
Information on Myott art deco ceramics, Goldscheider, Cunard, and post war floral gilt ware, and tranferware. Includes the Myott story and Myott marks.
Local history site for Stoke on Trent which includes an A-Z of local pottery companies with trade names, marks and dates, a history of the pottery industry in the area, pictures and people.
Knowledge base for collectors, students and lovers of all kinds of pottery. Contains extensive information split into three categories: pots, potters and potteries.
Personal collection of retro ceramics and glass from the 1950s to 1980s, and a few older pieces. Galleries organised by country and company with approximate values, base stamps and other information.
For collectors of Shelley china and pottery,and Wileman collectors and enthusiasts. Includes pages on history, backstamps, clubs in other countries and sites of interest.
Shelley Vogue and Mode
The classic art deco china from Shelley. Includes a pattern book, specials and seconds, buy, sell and swap pages, and a photo gallery.
Presents a biography of the ceramic designer, shapes and factory marks, and a variety of articles including one on fakes and reproductions.