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The websites listed below are in English unless otherwise stated. Click on the little "+" sign to see the Categories (subjects) for that entry.
Welcome to the Bell Collection and The Collectable Doll Company  (Cedar Hill, Texas, United States)
Doll supplies, including moulds, brushes and Bell china paints. Seminars may include china painting and lace draping.   
Added May 2008
Welcome to the Camellia City Porcelain Artists website!  (Sacramento, California, United States)
Club information with image galleries, list of local teachers, etc.   
Added Aug 2006  - Last review 1 Mar 2010
Welcome to The home of Nez's Studio  (Inez Kenison. Pioneer, California, United States)
Includes commissions and tile murals.   
Added May 2002  - Last review 25 Feb 2008
Wendy's Hand decorated china & porcelain  (Wendy Griffiths. Birmingham, England, United Kingdom)
Teacher offering a range of wares; commissions accepted.   
Added Sep 2005  - Last review 13 Dec 2007
West Australian Guild of China Painters  (Western Australia, Australia)
About the Guild and its activities. View images of porcelain from the Guild's collection, recent exhibitions and featured artists.
The Guild meets in Perth.   
Added Aug 2003  - Last review 19 Mar 2011
Westfield House  (Wakefield, England, United Kingdom)
An international school offering seminars; books; and a range of supplies such as brushes, paints, decals and whiteware (blanks). They also publish The British porcelain artist.   
Added Nov 2000  - Last review 15 Jul 2016
What You Should Know About Lead in China Dishes  (Environmental Defense Fund. New York City, New York, United States)
These pages explain the health risks of lead, list low-lead china patterns available in the U.S., and say where to get home test kits.   
Added May 2008
Whink  (Whink Products Company. Eldora, Iowa, United States)
This company produces specialty cleaning products, available via retailers. Their rust stain remover ('Whink') contains hydrofluoric acid that will remove fired lustre, paint and glaze from ceramic surfaces by acid etching.
Be very careful if using Whink, and preferably find safer ways to fix painting mistakes. The Safety Data Sheet describes it as 'very toxic' and details potential health effects.   
Added Aug 2013
White Rabbit Gifts  (Lori Lehnen. Homewood, Illinois, United States)
Handmade gifts and some painted wares.   
Added Mar 2008  - Last review 4 Dec 2014
White Ware UK  (Stoke on Trent, England, United Kingdom)
Distributing bone china "for every occasion", both wholesale and direct to the public.   
Added Jun 2015

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Compiled by porcelain artist R. Janette Graham (Janri)
A selected listing of china painters' personal and business sites; associations and museums; some brush, kiln and paint manufacturers; fine china and potteries; plus magazines, schools and suppliers from around the world.
Updated 28 May 2017.

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