So sad that ceramics are no longer produced in Worcester, but given the quality of the items on display hardly surprising that items of such quality became uneconomical. A hint of the handwork involved could be seen on our visit as one of the last 'dotters' was demonstrating the craft of gilding. The large display area's follow the history of the factory, from it's early beginning with examples of every kind of quality ceramics. The museum itself is light and airy, the staff friendly and helpful... no on site parking, though there are public car parks nearby.
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