Visit the Museum
If you’re travelling some distance to visit the museum please contact us on (02) 6036 3464 or firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure we are open.
Adults $5 per head, Children under 16 years of age $4 per head.
(We are closed on Wednesday, but will open for groups, by prior arrangement)
The Directors, Geoff and Kerrie Ford welcome visitors, groups and coaches to the museum and can be contacted by Ph (02) 6036 3464 internet email@example.com or click on ttp://www.australianpottery.net.au/index.php?page=contact us
We look forward to seeing you soon at the Museum.
BOOKS ON AUSTRALIAN POTTERY
We have a number of authoritative reference books on Australian pottery, a must for historians and collectors. To obtain your copy direct from the author Geoff Ford, click on http://www.australianpottery.net.au/index.php?page=books
IDENTIFYING AUSTRALIAN POTTERY
If you would like to know who made that piece of pottery you have, click on http://www.australianpottery.net.au/index.php?page=appraisal
The National Museum of Australian Pottery is the only Museum dedicated to 19th and early 20th century Australian pottery and is the culmination of many years of collecting and research throughout Australia.
If you’d like to see more information about the Museum and the Collection, click on http://www.australianpottery.net.au/index.php?page=aboutRecently Acquired
This 9.5cm high Bristol glazed lidded jam jar was made at the Bendigo Pottery in 1870 for, and impressed: ‘GEORGE PEACOCK′s CELEBRATED JAMS.’ Shortly after their marriage in 1856, George and Margaret began making jam in a shed in the backyard of their home in Warwick street, Hobart Town. In 1870 George set up a jam manufacturing business in Hunter Street, on the Old Wharf, the buildings of which are still in use today. Their jam is still produced now as IXL.
Friends of NMAP Inc.
The Friends of NMAP Inc. get together at the Museum four times a year.
If you would like to become a member of NMAP Friends, click on http://www.australianpottery.net.au/index.php?page=friends
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