9am – 2pm
Workshop leaders, Jim Mitchell and Paul Zuros, will demonstrate their methods and
share research materials for discovering the history and authenticity of various forms of
tableware. Participants will learn how to research the dates and places of various pieces
of American, English and German pottery and porcelain using a variety of books on
these subjects. A tour of the Craik-Patton House, built in 1834 by James Craik,
grandson of the personal physician to President George Washington and later owned
by Confederate Colonel George S. Patton I, is included following the completion of the
The cost to attend this workshop is $10 for WVAM members or $20 for non-members.
Lunch is included in the fee.