|The Myott Collectors Club has been formed as an online source of information and meeting point for collectors and admirers of Myott ceramics. We initially concentrated on the 'art' of Myott, especially popularised by their highly distinctive Art Deco hand painted vases and jugs, but due to demand from visitors have now expanded facilities to cater for those interested in Myott's connection with Goldscheider, chintz, Cunard shipping line ware, the 1930's designer Gloria Gladwyn and tranferware dinner services and tea and coffee sets.|
The Club was launched 22/09/02 and we are pleased to have already won an award (see picture on right). All are welcome to browse the site, though some areas are restricted to members only. To join the Club simply click the 'Join The Club' button. Standard membership is £15 per year and dealer membership is £25 per year.
|Membership fees levied will be used to maintain and update the site, with an ultimate goal of reconstructing the lost pattern books that were reportedly destroyed in a fire at the Myott, Son & Co. Ltd. pottery in 1949 (Although it is rumoured they survived the fire and had surfaced in Leeds a few years ago). In order to do this we need your assistance in providing data - however trivial - and images of as many pieces as possible. Have you or someone you have known worked for Myott in the past? If so we would love to hear from you.|
Some of the main features of the site are 'Shapes Patterns' catalogues with rarity and value guides, a 'Discussion' area in which members can post questions and answers, and also a 'Buy Sell' section where members can purchase and sell their Myott ware. You can even use an alias if you want.
If you have damaged Myott that you need repairing or restoring then you could try Myott ceramics restoration. This pottery restoration service is run by Marron Cheshire who has many year's experience in the restoraton of ceramics.