Ashmolean Museum, Oxford: The extension to the Ashmolean Museum was officially opened by the Queen on 2nd December 2009. In the thirty-nine galleries there are many wonderful items, previously in store, which are on display for the first time. The ceramic gallery is particularly impressive.

The Allen Gallery, Alton, Hampshire: for its ceramics collection

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery: British and European ceramic collections

Caughley Society: Caughley soft-paste porcelain

The Higgins Bedford: European and English ceramics

Derby Porcelain Society: Derby porcelain and other Derbyshire ceramics

English Ceramic Circle: for British ceramics and enamels

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge: for its ceramics collections

French Porcelain Society: study and appreciation of french porcelain

Friends of Blue: – formed to study under-glaze blue decoration on pottery using transfer prints

Holburne Museum, Bath: for its ceramics collections

Museum of Royal Worcester: Worcester Porcelain

Northern Ceramic Society: meetings, seminars and publications on British Ceramics

Oriental Ceramics Society: for arts of Asia

Spode Society: for collectors and lovers of Spode

The Spode Exhibition Online: Interactive online exhibition of first period Spode printed ceramics

Transferware Collectors Club: British Transferware from 1760 to 1900

Wallace Collection, London: for its ceramics collections