Pots with Attitude: British Satire on Ceramics

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See a whole load of mugs and jugs taking the piss out of the politics of yesteryear. Believe it or not, between 1760 and 1830 people used pots to stick it to the man. 'Pots with Attitude: British Satire on Ceramics' explores the history of political and satirical prints on utilitarian British ceramics and how political blunders and royal scandals were caricatured in Georgian society. Find out more here.



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