6 November - 24 December 1999
This is a rare opportunity to see over seventy outstanding surviving examples of Ruskin Pottery produced between 1898 and 1934. It was the fulfilment of a lifelong ambition to make a new kind of artistic pottery with exquisite and rare glaze types. A number of very important pieces have never been shown together before including miniature animals, jewellery and a 28 pound vase. The exhibition has been organised by Courtenay Smale with the Royal Museum of Cornwall.