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The Glasgow School of Art houses an impressive collection of ceramics ranging from teaching aids such as 13th century Persian pottery fragments to student work from the 20th century. A range of materials and techniques are found within the collection. Earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain are all present in the collection.

The majority of ceramics are glazed and range from simple, monochrome glazes to decorative, polychrome glazes. Some even have lustre glaze such as Ann Macbeth’s two china tea services. Many glazed ceramics also feature colourful hand-painted designs and figures. Several ceramics, such as plates and store jars, feature decorative transfer designs. Robert Stewwart's kitchen store jars exemplify this decorative technique. The application of gold leaf is visible in a small number of 13th to 16th century pottery fragments that are glazed, hand-painted, and gilded.

While not every ceramic is attributed to a specific creator, a large number of them are attributed to past Glasgow School of Art students and staff such as Ann Macbeth, Robert Stewart, and Robert Sinclair Thomson, all of whom have several pieces in the collection. Several ceramics in the collection were bought in by the Glasgow School of Art to be used as teaching aids. Students could learn more about particular materials, glazes, or forms by studying these particular ceramics and maybe even draw some inspiration for their own work. Ceramics made by past Glasgow School of Art students and staff comprises the majority of the collection. Many of these were gifted the School, or were purchased for the collection. These objects range from the very beginning to the very end of the 20th century.

Related Publications: Scottish Pottery Historical Reviews, Nos. 1-26 (1976-2015), The Scottish Pottery Society; Manners, Errol. The Ceramics Source Book, (Collins and Brown, 1990); De Waal, Edmund. Ceramics, (London: New Holland, 1999).

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Art, Design and Architecture collection

  • NMC
  • Collection
  • 13th century to early 21st century

Artworks, design pieces and architectural designs related to Glasgow School of Art staff and students.

Items include

  • oil paintings
  • ilk screen prints
  • lithograph prints
  • prints
  • photographs
  • sketches
  • sketch books
  • drawings
  • watercolours
  • collage
  • metalwork, sculpture and ceramics.

Almost all works are by former students and staff or figures related to the history of The Glasgow School of Art. The earliest pieces date from the 16th century and later examples have been purchased from recent Degree Shows. The work is in a variety of media and includes drawings, paintings, prints, sketchbooks, furniture and sculpture. Artists represented include many key figures and the most influential and successful students.

There are also several works from former tutors including Neil Dallas Brown, David Donaldson and Fred Selby, alongside contemporary works by students, donated or purchased at degree show. Key works include those by: Maurice Greiffenhagen, Francis Newbery, John Quinton Pringle, Benno Schotz, Ian Fleming and James D Robertson. Suites of note include large collections of Joan Eardley sketches and paintings, Joan Palmer prints, and architectural drawings by Eugene Bourdon.

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Blue rabbit with stand

Blue glazed ceramic rabbit with black glazed eyes with red marking on bottom of rabbit, "SCH-83". Includes wooden stand painted black with four small feet, shaped for rabbit to sit. Bottom of stand has red marking "SCH-83B". Due to information in an inventory, rabbit can be dated pre-1958.

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Ceramic bowl

This item suffered significant damage in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. It was salvaged and has undergone conservation and consolidation work in 2018. Brown fired ceramic bowl with grooves. Grey glaze on the inside.

Leckie, Alexander

Ceramic pot

Round pot with a biege glaze and areas of grey. Hand-painted red and gold designs. Rounded top with beige glaze is broken and very fragile. A red glazed rectangular piece is attached to one side with hand-painted white designs.

Calderwood, John

Ceramic sarcophagus cast

Hollow sarcophagus cast with relief pattern of animals and figures. Dark yellow glaze over exterior. White, unglazed interior. '14-103' handwritten in black on bottom right corner.

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Ceramic tile

This item was damaged in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. It was assessed by a conservator but no conservation work was deemed possible. Figure on horseback, facing left.

Ceramic tile

This item was damaged in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. It was assessed by a conservator but no conservation work was deemed possible. Figure on horseback, facing right.

China tea service

Part set of painted china tea service. Green/yellow lustre glaze over painted flower pattern on white china blanks. Lustreware is a type of pottery or porcelain (china) with a metallic glaze that gives the effect of iridescence due to the metallic oxides in the overglaze finish. Because lustre glaze is not underneath the glaze, it is ephemeral and wears away over time. One plate suffered damage in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. It has since undergone conservation.

Macbeth, Ann

China tea service

Part set of painted china tea service. Orange lustre-glaze over flower paintings on white china blanks. Lustreware is a type of pottery or porcelain (china) with a metallic glaze that gives the effect of iridescence due to the metallic oxides in the overglaze finish. Because lustre glaze is not underneath the glaze, it is ephemeral and wears away over time.

Macbeth, Ann

Chinese Emperor ceramic figure

Cream coloured glazed ceramic Chinese figure in court dress. Some damage (repaired) to neck and missing hands. Old paper label with no. 629/20 and 'Sch 76' in red paint inside figure suggest that it was part of the School's handling collection.

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Collection of 31 pottery fragments

Group of 31 glazed and gilded pottery fragments from Persia/Egypt/Syria. Includes imagery of ornamental designs, figures, animals, and Arabic/Cufic lettering. May have been collected and given to the school by William Matthew Flinders Petrie in the early 20th century. Likely brought to the Glasgow School of Art to be used as teaching aids.

1) (NMC/1633A) Fragment of a dish or bowl. Cream glaze on the recto with a yellow/gold hand-painted figure on a horse surrounded by patterns. Metallic/mineral shine. Pale green glaze on the outside.

2) (NMC/1633B) Triangular shaped fragment with cream glaze with yellow/gold hand-painted design on recto.

3) (NMC/1633C) Fragment of what might be a cross. Turquoise glaze with red hand-painted designs and gold leaf. Embossed leaf pattern on recto.

4) (NMC/1633D) Fragment of hanging wall plate or dish. Metal hook for wall hanging is still attached. Made of red clay. Cream glaze with earthy brown and dark brown paint on recto. Inscription of what is possibly Arabic word(s) on recto.

5) (NMC/1633E) Circular shaped fragment of hanging wall plate or dish. Made of red clay. Deep green glaze with dark brown hand-painted design. Label on bottom - 'Egypt 13-15th C.

6) (NMC/1633F) Fragment of wall hanging bowl or dish. Yellow/gold glaze on recto with hand-painted light brown swirl pattern.

7) (NMC/1633G) Fragment from what might be a tile. Hand-painted flower and petal shapes in blue, black, yellow, and turquoise paint. '85' and 'SHAH ISF' handwritten on verso. Shah (Persian) is a title given to the emperors/kings and lords of Iran.

8) 4 small glazed and hand-painted fragments.

a) (NMC/1633H) Turquoise glaze on both sides. Blue, black, brown and white hand-painted figure on recto with some gold leaf.

b) (NMC/1633I) Turquoise glaze and hand-painted black band with white Arabic inscription.

c) (NMC/1633J) 1st piece of rim fragment with cream glaze and band of blue, light turquoise, and red/brown paint on recto. Small band of blue paint on verso.

d) (NMC/1633K) 2nd piece of rim fragment with cream glaze and band of blue, light turquoise, and red/brown paint on recto. Band of blue paint on verso.

9) 4 small glazed and hand-painted fragments.

a) (NMC/1633L) Rim fragment with cream, blue, and black paint with hand-painted band on recto. Hand-painted blue and black bands on verso with metallic/mineral shine.

b) (NMC/1633M) Fragment with aqua green glaze over embossed pattern on recto. '24' handwritten on verso.

c) (NMC/1633N) Fragment with blue glaze on recto and cream glaze with brown/gold hand-painted pattern on verso. Handwritten letters on one edge - possibly 'C S RAZ.'

d) (NMC/1633O) Rim fragment with cream glaze and dark blue, red, turquoise, and gold hand-painted pattern on recto. Cream glaze with hand-painted red band and black arabic inscription on verso.

10) 4 glazed and hand-painted fragments.

a) (NMC/1633P) Rim fragment with cream glaze and yellow/gold hand-painted design on recto. Gold hand-painted patterns with figure on verso. Possibly small handwritten letters on an edge.

b) (NMC/1633Q) Fragment with cream glaze and light yellow/gold hand-painted patterens and figures riding horses on recto. Cream glaze with brown hand-painted designs on verso.

c) (NMC/1633R) Small fragment with cream glaze and yellow/gold, blue, and red hand-painted designs with gold leaf on recto.

d) (NMC/1633S) Fragment of dish or plate. Cream glaze with dark blue, turquoise, black, red, hand-painted figures and animal on recto with some gold leaf. Cream glaze with turquoise, blue, and red hand-painted figures on verso with some gold leaf. One large crack down the center.

11) 2 glazed and hand-painted fragments.

a) (NMC/1633T) Rim fragment from dish or plate. Cream glaze with yellow/gold hand-painted pattern with crown on recto. Small area of cream glaze and red/brown section of hand-painted band on verso.

b) (NMC/1633U) Rim fragment from dish or plate. Hand-painted black Arabic writing on recto. 'GOMBAZ KAOUE near Persepolis' handwritten on verso. Persepolis is a city in Iran.

12) 3 glazed and hand-painted fragments.

a) (NMC/1633V) Slightly curved fragment with blue glaze and dark green hand-painted design and bands on recto. Blue glaze with dark green hand-painted Arabic writing and a green band on verso.

b) (NMC/1633W) Small fragment with cream glaze and gold hand-painted face on recto. Blue glaze with faint green hand-painted pattern on verso.

c) (NMC/1633X) Slightly curved fragment with pastel blue glaze on recto and verso.

13) 2 glazed and hand-painted fragments.

a) (NMC/1633Y) Rim fragment with cream glaze and blue, turquoise, red, and dark brown hand-painted patterns on recto. '15 SAVEH' and '15' handwritten on verso. Saveh is a city in Iran.

b) (NMC/1633Z) Rim fragment with green/brown glaze with dark blue hand-painted desgin on recto. Dark blue glaze on verso.

14) 4 small glazed and hand-painted fragments

a) (NMC/1633AA) Rim fragment with cream glaze and blue and black hand-painted band on recto. Cream glaze with hand-painted black band with what might be Arabic writing on verso.

b) (NMC/1633BB) Small fragment with raised blue hand-painted pattern. 'SAVEH 11' handwritten on verso. Saveh is a city in Iran.

c) (NMC/1633CC) Small rim fragment with cream glaze, blue and red hand-painted design, and pale blue band on recto. Small area of a blue band on verso.

d) (NMC/1633DD) Triangluar shaped mosaic/arrow tile. Blue, red, and white hand-painted pattern on recto.

15) (NMC/1633EE)Turquoise glazed fragment from possibly a dish or bowl with a handle. A face is hand-painted in black on the handle. Figures and designs hand-painted in black, brown, beige and red with gold leaf on the inside. Black pattern hand-painted on the outer edge.

Not available / given

Collection of 6 ceramic fragments

Ceramic fragments, possibly Persian. Includes 6 fragments:

1) (NMC/0916A) Polychrome (blue, purple, brown) glazed ceramic tile fragment with hand-painted floral design. Relief of an animal, possibly a goat or ram, on top part. Relief of a plant or tree on bottom part. 'Sulatanabad' handwritten on verso. Sulatanabad is a city, now known as Arak, in Iran. Label on verso - 'Persia 13th C.'

2) (NMC/0916B) Polychrome (blue, purple, green) glazed ceramic tile fragment with hand-painted flowers and leaves. 'Damascus' handwrirtten in red on one edge. Damascus is the capital of Syria. Label on verso - 'Damascus'.

3) (NMC/0916C) Polychrome (blue, green, yellow, white) glazed ceramic tile fragment with hand-painted floral and plant designs. 'Shah Isfahan' handwritten on verso. Label on verso - 'Shah - 17th mosque Isfahan.' The Shah Mosque (Persian), also known as Imam Mosque (Persian), is a mosque in Isfahan, Iran. It is regarded as one of the masterpieces of Irania/Persian architecture and an example of Islamic era architecture of Iran. It employed the haft rangi (seven-colour) style of tile mosaic.

4) (NMC/0916D) Polychrome (blue, brown, gold) glazed ceramic tile fragment with what might be hand-painted or transfer printing design of a seated human figure. Border along the left side on recto could possibly be script. Left edge has a pointed, triangular shape. The fragment appears to have been broken into 3 parts and then was glued back together. Label on verso - 'Persia 13th C.'

5) (NMC/0916E) Glazed, star-shaped ceramic tile with 8 points. Has what might be hand-painted or transfer printing of a brown, standing bird figure. Appears a label was on verso, however most of it has been removed. Some chipping is present, otherwise the ceramic tile is intact.

6) (NMC/0916F) Polychrome (blue, green) glazed fragment from the bottom of a ceramic vase with handpainted spotted animal, possibly a deer, surronded by a floral design. Label on verso - 'Sultanabad 14th C.' Sulatanabad is a city, now known as Arak, in Iran.

Not available / given

Decorative plate

Ceramic blank with handpainted gold decorative band. Enamel is wearing off which could be due to poor firing or could have not been fired at all. Signed "June Wilson 161, 1st year, (Patent applied for)" verso.

Wilson, June

Egg cup with wide base

Glazed ceramic egg cup with wide base. Turquoise glaze on inside and brown glaze on outside of egg cup. Brown and black glaze on base with band of tan, raised balls of clay. Engraved marking on bottom - "ST" (creator's initials) and another marking of a circle with an X over it (maker's mark).

Thomson, Robert Sinclair

'Hostile cups: Control'

'Control': 1 of a set of 5 ceramic pots, wheel thrown with hand-built adjustments.

Artist statement: "Hostile architecture is a phenomenon with rase rise significantly throughout urban design this century. A widely recognised example of this type of design is the 'uncomfortable bench'. Interventions of this kind are now familiar, and can even be a cause of comfort to privileged audiences, but it is important to consider their sociological effects. We have replaced human interaction, nuance and empathy with hard, physical and non-negotiable solutions. Identifying five core aspects of hostile urban design - limit, control, obstruct, impede and deter - I have developed a series of ceramic cups which each embody one of these qualities."

Source: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Pe53s2N6laNXHxxQ-RrjA5cjvuFNeUPC/view

Gray, Arvinda

'Hostile cups: Deter'

'Deter': 1 of a set of 5 ceramic pots, wheel thrown with hand-built adjustments.

Artist statement: "Hostile architecture is a phenomenon with rase rise significantly throughout urban design this century. A widely recognised example of this type of design is the 'uncomfortable bench'. Interventions of this kind are now familiar, and can even be a cause of comfort to privileged audiences, but it is important to consider their sociological effects. We have replaced human interaction, nuance and empathy with hard, physical and non-negotiable solutions. Identifying five core aspects of hostile urban design - limit, control, obstruct, impede and deter - I have developed a series of ceramic cups which each embody one of these qualities."

Source: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Pe53s2N6laNXHxxQ-RrjA5cjvuFNeUPC/view

Gray, Arvinda

'Hostile cups: Impede'

'Impede': 1 of a set of 5 ceramic pots, wheel thrown with hand-built adjustments.

Artist statement: "Hostile architecture is a phenomenon with rase rise significantly throughout urban design this century. A widely recognised example of this type of design is the 'uncomfortable bench'. Interventions of this kind are now familiar, and can even be a cause of comfort to privileged audiences, but it is important to consider their sociological effects. We have replaced human interaction, nuance and empathy with hard, physical and non-negotiable solutions. Identifying five core aspects of hostile urban design - limit, control, obstruct, impede and deter - I have developed a series of ceramic cups which each embody one of these qualities."

Source: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Pe53s2N6laNXHxxQ-RrjA5cjvuFNeUPC/view

Gray, Arvinda

'Hostile cups: Limit'

'Limit': 1 of a set of 5 ceramic pots, wheel thrown with hand-built adjustments.

Artist statement: "Hostile architecture is a phenomenon with rase rise significantly throughout urban design this century. A widely recognised example of this type of design is the 'uncomfortable bench'. Interventions of this kind are now familiar, and can even be a cause of comfort to privileged audiences, but it is important to consider their sociological effects. We have replaced human interaction, nuance and empathy with hard, physical and non-negotiable solutions. Identifying five core aspects of hostile urban design - limit, control, obstruct, impede and deter - I have developed a series of ceramic cups which each embody one of these qualities."

Source: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Pe53s2N6laNXHxxQ-RrjA5cjvuFNeUPC/view

Gray, Arvinda

'Hostile cups: Obstruct'

'Obstruct': 1 of a set of 5 ceramic pots, wheel thrown with hand-built adjustments.

Artist statement: "Hostile architecture is a phenomenon with rase rise significantly throughout urban design this century. A widely recognised example of this type of design is the 'uncomfortable bench'. Interventions of this kind are now familiar, and can even be a cause of comfort to privileged audiences, but it is important to consider their sociological effects. We have replaced human interaction, nuance and empathy with hard, physical and non-negotiable solutions. Identifying five core aspects of hostile urban design - limit, control, obstruct, impede and deter - I have developed a series of ceramic cups which each embody one of these qualities."

Source: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Pe53s2N6laNXHxxQ-RrjA5cjvuFNeUPC/view

Gray, Arvinda

Kitchen store jar - currants

This item suffered significant damage in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. It was salvaged and has undergone conservation and consolidation work. Round white storage jar with lid. Tan, green, and black transfer desgin on jar with 'Currants' in black near the centre. Thin gold band on the bottom. Lid is white with a gold band.

Stewart, Robert

Kitchen store jar: flour

Round kitchen store jar with a white bottom complete with yellow, black, and grey transfer designs. Top half is gold. Labelled 'FLOUR' in black towards the center. Lid is white with some gold. Has 2 relief bands of gold circles.

Stewart, Robert

Large beige vase

Large beige glazed vase. About half of the body, the bottom, and a band around the neck are tan.  Neck is long and has an uneven, almost oval shape. 'NMC 606' handwritten on bottom. 'Stewart' - artist's signature - is incsied on the bottom.

Stewart, Fergus

Large blue ornamental vase with lid

Large and wide white ornamental vase with light and dark blue hand-painted floral patterns. Hand-painted bands of designs along the mouth and the bottom. Has a lid with several hand-painted bands of light and dark blue patterns. '18-24' handwritten in black on bottom of vase and lid. Glaze over the vase and lid. Was given to one of the school's directors as a gift.

Not available / given

Large bowl with brown underglaze

Large bowl with blue and black hand-painted, floral pattern on inside and brown underglaze. Green and brown glaze cover the outside of the bowl. Signed 'Sinclair' on the bottom along with the marking 'ST' (creator's initials) and another marking of a circle with an X over it (maker's mark). Label on bottom - 'NMC 1382.'

Thomson, Robert Sinclair

Large red vase

Large red glazed ceramic vase with red marking on bottom "GSA 581". Due to information in a 1958 inventory, vase can be dated pre-1958. It may be a student piece or could have been bought and used as a teaching aid.

Not available / given

Large wavy bowl

Gray ceramic wavy bowl with incised circular designs. Possible engraved initials "AT" (artist's variant name is Anne J Taylor) and date "24/8/80" engraved on bottom.

Pickard, Baajie

Lugged pot

This item was badly damaged in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. This was assessed by a conservator but no conservation work was deemed possible. Brown glazed ceramic lugged pot with two small knobs on either side.

Gilmour, Judith

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Folder containing colour and black and white negatives of photographs taken by George Oliver. Some annotated. Includes: cars, a model Midland Bluebird bus in colour, Joan Eardley and a ceramic studio.

Oliver, George

Open necked blue vase

Open necked blue glazed ceramic vase with hand-painted white decorative patterns. Bottom of vase has engraved marking "ST" (creator's initials) and another engraved marking of a circle with an X through it (maker's mark).

Thomson, Robert Sinclair

Open, lugged ginger jar

Ginger jar without a lid. Handpainted green leaves around the mouth and a yellow design around the body. Two small handles on either side. Signed "AMcB" on the bottom. Ginger jars were initially used to store and transport spices and have been used as decorative items. Similar in shape to a Mary Fairgrieve two-handled pot - possibly a large sugar basin - decorated with a typical Glasgow School design that is featured in the Scottish Pottery 25th Historical Review 2013.

Macbeth, Ann

Papers and photographs of Holmes Gray, student at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland

  • DC 016
  • Collection
  • 1949-1996

The collection includes:

  • Photographs, essays and notes made and taken by Holmes Gray while at the Glasgow School of Art, including correspondence between the GSA and Gray, 1949-1956
  • Notes given to designers for technical guidance from Johnson, Matthey & Co. Ltd, 1954
  • Recollections of Glasgow School of Art by Holmes Gray, 1996
  • Photographs of pieces designed by Gray post-GSA for Spode, Royal Worcester and others; c1949-1996
  • Correspondence with Stoke-on-Trent College, 1964-1986
  • Correspondence re: training as a part-time teacher, 1977-1986
  • Letter informing Holmes Gray of election as Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers & Commerce [copy], 1987
  • Letter from Commemorative Collector's Society re: address by Holmes Gray, 1997

This material may contain sensitive information about individuals that is protected by the Data Protection Act. Until this material has been checked for sensitive information, it will not be available for researchers. Once this Data Protection work is complete the collection will be open for access, however any sensitive information will be closed and inaccessible for 75 years from the date of creation.

Gray, Holmes

Planter with stand

Large unglazed ceramic planter with opague glazed decorative relief on the front and a black/brown glazed top. 7 small holes in the bottom. Short, unglazed ceramic stand. The body is narrower and darker in colour. These ceramics were in the library in the Mackintosh Building in the late 1970s before it was in the Bourdon Building.

Leckie, Alexander

Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Design A Cassina'

This poster advertised an exhibition held in Milan in 1984 which showcased design work by students from The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held in collaboration with Cassina, a world renowned Italian manufacturing company that often reproduce famous design pieces including Mackintosh furniture. The exhibition included ceramics, embroidery, furniture design, industrial products, graphic design, illustration, silversmithing and jewellery. It took place under the patronage of the British Consulate General in Milan and was also supported by a number of other bodies including The British Council, Sir Hugh Fraser, IBM, Clydesdale Bank PLC, Radio Clyde, Wm Teacher and Sons Ltd, Scottish Development agency, MS Macfarlane Trust, COF Refrigerators, Nardini Ltd and the Governors Of The Glasgow School of Art. The poster was designed by Gordon Huntly and printed by Fraser Ross and Ken Wade in the Foulis building at The Glasgow School Of Art. The reverse side catalogues a list of the exhibited items along with with the names of the designers which are listed below. Ceramics - Helen Kemp - Carol Esson - Sandra Oakes - Catriona Houston - Raymond Evangelista - Eleanor Barttleman - Mark Stanczyk - David Norman - Irene Bell - William McLaughlan - David Gray Embroidered and Woven Textiles: - Elaine Wilson - Claire Neil - Lindy Richardson - June Lillico - Fiona Knight - Karen Borland Furniture, Interior and Product Design: - Fiona Jean Paton - David Wilson - Douglas Clerk - David Robson - Helena McGuinness - Paul Anderson - Alistair Brown - Andy Park - Una Fagan - Mike Osborne - Rosalind Duncan - Jonathan Parlett - Alan Cowling - Lim Ho Guan - Marissa Parker - Alan Cowling - Jackie Park - Heather Thomson - Gareth C Hughes Graphic Design and Illustration: - Ingebjorg Smith - Alan Morrison - Alasdair Robertson - Lesley Raeside - Edward Carden - Susan Scott - Fraser Maclean - Duncan Smith - Catriona Miller - Karen Watt - Fiona McSporran - Fiona Campbell - Gregor Cox - Thomas Campbell - Don McPherson - Frank Connolly - Michael Healey - Joanna Isles - Robin Ward - Remo Avella - Linda Robertson - Kenny Mclellan - Wallace Murdoch - Caroline Parerson - Stephanie Roberts - Sandy Christie - Shirley Clark - Melanie Robertson Silversmithing and Jewellery: - James McDougall - Helen Marriot - Shiela McDonald - Linda McCafferty - Alison Welsh - Mary Thomson - Roger Drew - Keryn Evelyn - Euan Smith - Irene Halliday - Elizabeth Halston - Gillian Simon

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