Participate In Art and the Royal Porcelain Works will host the first Arts and Performance Weekend on 24th to the 26th August 2019 at the Royal Porcelain Work, off Severn Street, Worcester.
A weekend like no other bringing all aspects of arts and culture together in one place, from poetry, a book shop, artworks to interactive performances.
An amazing weekend of culture and experience with live music, song, poetry, plays, interactive installations, art and artists in the beautiful surrounds on the recently renovated Royal Porcelain Works. This event is suitable for all ages and appreciations.
Kinver Ceramics will be there over the weekend…
The first presentation of the new bone china ranges from 4th generation Worcester Porcelain workers the Davis Family of Kinver Ceramics (Josiah Davis – Guilder and the hugely respected Harry Davis – painter).
Kinver Ceramics was founded in 1999 by Rick and Julia Davis. The family have a long history of ceramic manufacturing, Rick being the fourth generation to have trained and worked at Royal Worcester following the illustrious careers of Josiah and Harry Davis, great grandfather and grandfather respectively.
Kinver Ceramics work exclusively in fine bone china and have developed a reputation for producing exquisite models, vases and ornamental wares.
In house development has allowed them to push the boundaries between of what is possible in bone china.
Having provided bone china wares for many other companies, Kinver Ceramics have now developed it’s own range of ornamental wares. The skills that have been honed over last 20 years are now evident in new range which is made entirely by hand making no two pieces the same as a result.
These skills allow Kinver Ceramics to create bespoke items tailored exactly to customer requirements not being constrained by mass production techniques.
Tel: 01905 641 150 Mobile: 07410 453 187 Website: www.kinverceramics.co.uk
Over the August Bank Holiday Saturday and Sunday 11-5pm and Monday 11-4pm, visitors will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in art and culture of all forms at The Royal Porcelain Works, Severn Street, Worcester, WR1 2NE.
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