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The Herend Museum and the Herend Virtual Museum; http://www.museum.herend.com/

Lovers of Blue & White has a virtual museum with a search engine, also a large inventory listed by maker's name.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, NY http://www.metmuseum.org/home.asp

Natural Gallery of Art and you will find their ceramics in the Decorative Art Collection

National Association of Watch and Clock collectors, Inc . has a virtual museum.

National Ceramic Museum & Heritage Center and part of their collection references (link is down).

New York Public Library has an image gallery of historical pottery and porcelains.

Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art has a large online pottery collection in their web gallery for Gearge E. Ohr.

PotWeb, the online ceramic collection for Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

Worcester Porcelain Museum, England; http://www.worcesterporcelainmuseum.org.uk/

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The following are QuickTime capable museums. If you have broadband, and no time to travel, take a look at these websites. Dial up modems may work but could be frustrating. "We all have different levels of internet patience and of course your mileage may vary". If you don't have QuickTime, you can get it here- download the QuickTime Player

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Arizona State Museum native pottery collection or go straight to their 3D collection of Virtual Pots.

The Virtual Tour of Ashmolean is very well done. Don't overlook the whole Oxford area.

A virtual art museum of the masters can be found at the Frick Museum in New York, NY; http://www.frick.org/.

The Frick Museum requires IPIX, an active X program. At the time of this writing we could not load an IPIX plug in for Firefox PC browsers, but Internet Explorer works fine with it. Go to IPIX downloads and look for viewers in the software area.

 


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