From Landrum to Leeds: Common Ceramics in 19th-Century Columbia


By Jonathan Oh

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July 26, 2013

Location: Robert Mills House & Gardens

Phone: 803-252-1770



Event Description

Drawing from its growing collection of locally made and imported ceramics, Historic Columbia Foundation explores the various dining, cooking and storage wares common in 19th-century Columbia, South Carolina. Highlights include examples from the Landrum-Stork pottery, formerly located in what is today Forest Acres, and a variety of imported English ceramics, examples of which will be showcased in a new focus gallery and seen throughout the historic house museums. This exhibit is part of the regularly scheduled HCF historic house museum tours on the top of the hour Tuesday 10 am – 3pm and Sunday 1 – 4 pm. Cost: FREE for HCF members | $6 for non-member adults | $3 for non-member youth. Exhibit on display July 26, 2013 through January 31, 2014.
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