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  • The Agora - The Agora is dedicated to the discussion of 20th Century ceramics, and aims to provide readers with evidence-based information about the works of major ceramic manufacturers.
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  • Antique Tiles from Europe 1870-1930 - A collection of Victorian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco era European wall tiles with photographs, dates and sizes.
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  • Ashtead Potters Limited - Includes a history, examples and marks for this short lived British pottery from 1923 to 1935.
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  • Chiquita's McCoy Pottery - A web site devoted to the collection, display, and historical significance of McCoy Pottery.
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  • Clarice Cliff Collectors Club - Resource site for collectors of Clarice Cliff pottery. Art Deco 'Masterpieces' from the 1920s and '30s.
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  • Cowan Pottery Associates - Organization promotes pottery created by R. Guy Cowan. Image gallery, classifieds, membership information and links.
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  • Czech Collector's Association - Dedicated to Austrian, Bohemian, and Czechoslovakian decorative arts. Membership information, links, newsletter, show and auction schedule.
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  • Eva Zeisel Forum - Formed to exchange information, conduct research and educate about Eva Zeisel's work, including her designs for Hall, Red Wing, Castleton, Zsolnay and Kispester.
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  • Gotheborg.com - Antique Chinese porcelain collector's help pages offers information on porcelain, history, pottery craft, and porcelain marks.
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  • Het Blauwe Paard Restauratie Atelier - Conservation and restoration of ceramics, glass and related materials in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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  • Imari Home - Information site details the history of Imari Porcelain.
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  • Martz, Karl, and Becky Brown, Studio Pottery - Detailed examples of the studio pottery of Karl Martz and Becky Brown made from the early 1930's until the early 1990's in Nashville and Bloomington, Indiana.
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  • McCoy Pottery - Manufacturer of stoneware art pottery from 1910 to 1990. Historical information, email discussion list, online store.
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  • Noelle Beatty Old Quimper Pottery - Quimper, Malicorne, Desvres and other French faience dating from 1875 to 1940 for sale.
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  • Old Quimper - Monthly e-zine with articles on Brittany and Celtic culture, vintage Quimper pottery and books to buy.
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  • The Piggy Bank Page - History of the famous potters and potteries that made them. Photo galleries, glossary of pottery types and contact information.
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  • Pilkington's Lancastrian Pottery Society - Society concerned with Pilkington's Lancastrian and Royal Lancastrian pottery 1900 to 1958. Newsletters and research.
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  • The Potteries - List of potters including photos, background and history from North Staffordshire, England.
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  • Pottery Marks and Famous Potters - Provides selection of information of pottery marks and famous potters. Includes guides about how to start and look after a pottery collection.
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  • Retroselect.com - A gallery representing a private collection of mostly British ceramics from the 1950s. Includes private insights to collecting.
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  • Spode Dollar Pattern - Article on the transmigration of pottery patterns from Asia.
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  • Susie Cooper Information Site - Gallery cataloging this designers work. Includes a biography and sections on shapes, patterns and identifying fakes or modern reproductions.
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  • Virtual ceramic box museum - German ceramic boxes produced 1918 - 1933
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  • Wedgwood Society of Washington DC - Provides forum for Wedgwood enthusiasts to share their common interest in the history, art, science, production, and value of Wedgwood
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  • William Brownfield Ceramics - Includes a history, product range summaries and illustrations for this 19th century British pottery.
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  • Wisconsin Pottery Association - Information on many potteries, especially ones located in Wisconsin.
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