Researching Canadian Pottery – BMP Collectors Club

Blue Mountain Pottery Collectors Club (BMPCC) is a social club that shares information, experiences and a passion for collecting Blue Mountain Pottery.  Their website is one of the central hubs in sharing.  The club also offers a list serve for … Continue reading

Royal Oak Artware (Canada) – A mystery

A visitor to this site requested information on a lovely green bowl with Art Deco style and stamped with ‘Royal Oak Canada Artware’. At this time, I have no information on this pottery, but I have found mention of a … Continue reading

artshuttle.com (re-posted)

Barry Morrison of Studio Ceramics Canada introduces a fascinating website, artshuttle, with a section dedicated to modern Canadian studio ceramics. In Barry’s blog post, artshuttle.com: A New Collector’s Website Now Online, he states, “Artshuttle’s content is wide but there are two sections that … Continue reading

Lambert Potteries Ltd. – Revisited

Barry Morrison, has expanded on my research page for Lambert Potteries Ltd. with a much more detailed blog entry on David Lambert and his British Columbia pottery. He has “added a page on David Lambert, potter and animateur, to the studioceramicscanada.com website. Often referred … Continue reading

Re-Posted ‘From Times Past’

Re-Posted article by Johanne Yakula of ‘From Times Past’ – DISCOVERED A “NEW” POTTERY COMPANY When conducting research on a topic, one does not always need to ‘re-invent the wheel’ as it were. One of my favourite bloggers, Johanne Yakula … Continue reading

Potteries of British Columbia

British Columbia pottery of the mid-late 20th century displays distinct themes of the West Coast natural world, of West Coast Native spiritual and cultural designs, of the great Pacific Ocean. It is glorious in colour, organic in shapes, and grounded … Continue reading

Lambert Potteries Ltd.

  Dates: 1945-1971 [Vancouver] 1972-1979  [Sardis, BC] Location: 4316 Fraser Street, Vancouver, B.C.; 2nd location: 2910 West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. People:  David Lambert – retired Canadian soldier, member of the British Ceramic Society, established the first commercial production pottery in Vancouver, … Continue reading