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Some links of interest

www.torre-abbey.org.uk Torre Abbey Historic House and Gallery.   Built in 1196 you can trace the 800 years of development from monastery, imposing home of wealthy families, to Mayors’ official residence of modern day.

www.studiopottery.co.uk – An online information site linking potters, galleries and collectors with a shared enthusiasm for Studio Ceramics.

www.torquaymuseum.orgDevon's oldest established museum still operating.   To protect and promote Torbay’s cultural and historic heritage, to make it accessible and relevant and a source of enjoyment and inspiration to all.

www.hpcs.ws - The Honiton Pottery Collectors’ Society promotes through its membership, the study and collection of pottery made at the Honiton and Crown Dorset potteries.

www.thepotteries.org – Stoke-on-Trent is a unique city in England.   It is made up of six distinct towns: Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Fenton and Longton – collectively known as “THE POTTERIES”.

www.octopus-publishing.co.uk – Millers Collectables Price Guide.   Over 6,000 items – is illustrated as well as described and priced.   Each items has been for sale within the last 12 months.

www.torquayus.org - The North American Torquay Society.  For those of you who reside in the US, you may be interested in seeing the North American Torquay Society's (NATS) website

www.pawpottery.co.uk - Founded 1874 by Paul Wranitzky producing art pottery, vases, dolls services, cooking pots, etc.

www.antique-information.com – information to help you identify and value your antiques and collectibles.

www.denbychinafind.co.uk - Denby China Find uk. The china matching service for Denby pottery and Denby china. Over 100 discontinued patterns of Denby tableware
www.torquaypottery.co.uk - A recommended but independantly operated website for Torquay Pottery enthusiasts

Updated 2 June 2011