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Ceramics Series:Delhom Service League: The Ceramics Series Highlights from the 18th Century British Ceramics Collection Hands-on Study Session

November 19, 2018 | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Join us as we highlight pieces from our collection of 18th century British ceramics.

Brian Gallagher, Curator of Decorative Arts, The Mint Museum

Brian Gallagher is the Curator of Decorative Arts at The Mint Museum. He’ll lead a hands-on study session with highlights from The Mint Museum’s nationally recognized 18th Century British Ceramics Collection.


The museum’s collection is one of the best and largest in the United States numbering over two thousand items. With funds from the Delhom Service League Brian organized more than 200 of the Mint’s treasures into the exhibition Portals to the Past: British Ceramics 1675-1825, and published the companion catalogue British Ceramics 1675-1825: The Mint Museum. The catalogue and exhibition honor the fiftieth anniversary of the museum’s purchase of the Delhom Collection of British and European ceramics. Make your reservation to see the pieces Brian selects for study!

Program begins promptly at 10:00 AM

Mint Museum Randolph

Reservation required

Reserve your spot today! The session is limited to 15 seats. Reservations are open to DSL members only on a first come first served basis now through Sun, November 11.


Beginning Mon, November 12, any remaining seats will be also open to the general public. This session is free but you must have a reservation.


Email delhomserviceleague@gmail.com to make your reservation. Please include your name, email address, and phone number. Call Susan Kooiman at 704-293-3921 with questions.

Contact delhomserviceleague@gmail.com with any questions.

Sponsored by the Delhom Service League.

The Delhom Service League is the ceramics affiliate of The Mint Museum. Our mission is to create and nurture interest in ceramics, from ancient to contemporary. Multiple programs include talks by curators and other experts in the field of ceramics, and visits to museums and private collections, and focused ceramic studies. To learn more, visit our website

This event is located at   Mint Museum Randolph