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Creative Chaos

After a break of a few months I am back in Homes & Antiques! And this year I am starting out on a different course.

In the last three years I have taken my readers through a long journey not only through the ages, but all over Britain, to learn more about the varying and rather confusing field of British porcelain. While porcelain arrived late in Britain, around the year 1740, it developed remarkably fast and by about 1820 Britain was the world's leader in porcelain production, particularly once the Staffordshire factories fired up to full capacity.

But that's not the only thing that is special about British porcelain. There is an amazing freedom and ingenuity about the design and diversity of styles that is particular to British porcelain. Why is that, you ask? Why "Creative Chaos?" Well... you have to read the article as I am explainging what I discovered when I started looking into this question.

I won't say more... the article speaks for itself. I look forward to sharing my discoveries with you again this year!

You can read all about it in here, and below you find out how to subscribe to the magazine.

To read the column in Homes & Antiques

For a discounted subscription, head to Homes & Antiques, it is a wonderful magazine and you will be able to catch my monthly column about British porcelain. You can get a discounted subscription and order a free copy here. The free issue contains an interview with myself and several other collectors. The magazine is delivered all over the world but you can also get a digital subscription.

Where to find things

You can find all my available stock here. If you always want to see the latest additions, follow me on Instagram... I post pictures and a story several times a week.

Happy weekend, and embrace some creative chaos!


This week's new treasures:​



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