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Pottery Lovers Reunion, 2011
Ramada Inn Zanesville
4645 East Pike Zanesville, OH

JMW will be available for room sales:
Thursday, July 7th
Friday, July 8th in the afternoon

And will then be part of the Show and Sale:
Saturday, July 9th from 10-4
and on Sunday morning

For more information about the show visit:

SF Modernism Show and Sale
August 13-14th

Concourse Exhibition Center
8th and Brannan St.
San Francisco

For more info about the show visit:



JMW Gallery
Winner of Boston magazine's
Best of Boston® 2003
Best Antiques

featuring JMW Gallery:-Boston Magazine's Home & Garden
Spring 2005, Vol. 3, No.1:
Saturday's Girls -An article about collecting Saturday Evening Girls pottery -Yankee Magazine recommends JMW Gallery in by Design; April 2005

-The Catalog of Antiques and Fine Art;
Destination: Boston,
Summer 2004
-an article about dealers and galleries in the downtown Boston area.
www.antiquesandfineart.com-Forbes Collector issue, June 2004 Vol. 2, No.6
Pursuing Passions and Profits in Art, Antiques and Collectibles -an article about collecting Art Pottery

-Boston Magazine's Home & Garden
Spring/Summer 2004, Vol.2, No. 1:
Something Blue -an article about Dedham Pottery

TELEVISION:The New Yankee Workshop:

The Mission Style Desk
Program 1612, Saturday, March 27, 2004

"Prowling through an arts and crafts shop of highly collectible Stickley and other Mission style period furniture, Norm
[Abram] discovers a wonderful oak desk he hopes to use for a small computer. It is an original 1910 Oak Knee Hole Desk made by L & JG Stickley. Made of oak and finished in the appropriate color and glaze, Norm will be using this sturdy desk for his own home."

The New Yankee Workshop website:

Press release in Maine Antique Digest,
October 2000

JMW Gallery sells Robineau covered jar for a record $162,000!BOSTON, MA - On July fifth JMW Gallery set a record price of $162,000 (no buyers premium charged) for a work by Adelaide Alsop Robineau with the sale of a unique covered jar. Robineau is considered one of the foremost potters working during the Arts and Crafts Movement. Her carved porcelain vases are quite rare, the majority of which are held by museums and institutions. This particular piece from 1922 is considered an exemplary work with finely detailed carvings of hounds and grapes framing fields of highly controlled concentric lines of crystalline glaze. As an outstanding example, it was included in two different publications, Treasures of the American Arts & Crafts Movement and From Our Native Clay. This covered jar had been in a private collection for many years and will be going into another private collection.

JMW Gallery
144 Lincoln St.
Boston, MA 02111