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Plate from Farnham Pottery
Farnham Pottery in its heyday produced a wide range of 'fancy' wares which were sold through shops such as Heals and Liberty's of London.
The Farnham Trust, currently restoring the Pottery buildings, intends to create a small museum on the site.
Rabbit made by the pottery
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Vase from the pottery
The Museum will be dedicated to explaining the history and development of the Pottery since its foundation in 1873.
This appeal aims to raise £3,500 for the purchase of examples of the finest products of the Pottery to form the basis of a permanent exhibition.
Any donations or gifts of pottery items will be gratefully received and the donors acknowledged in any display.
Further information from:
Mrs Denise Todd
C/o The Farnham (Building Preservation) Trust
60 West Street
Farnham
Surrey GU9 7EH
(01252 715807)
or email denise.todd@eggconnect.net
Farnham Pottery owls

 

Page last updated : 21 July 2000


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The Farnham (Building Preservation) Trust Ltd
Chairman: David Graham FSA Secretary: Mrs S. Farrow
Dippenhall Gate
Farnham
Surrey
GU10 5DP
01252 722975

Company registered in England No. 940781
Registered Office: 60 West Street, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 7EH.
Charity No. 257954