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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.
Diner D'artistes  (Francine Cohen. Paris, France)
Artist and teacher selling supplies, including paints and decals, brushes, accessories and whiteware.    In French.
Added May 2015
Dixon Gallery and Gardens  (Memphis, Tennessee, United States)
This former Neo-Georgian residence houses a world-class collection of decorative art, and especially porcelain. It includes nearly 600 pieces from 18th century German manufactories, plus 18th and 19th century pieces from France and England; some of the latter are rare or unique. Arrange a visit to see the collection.   
Added Oct 2016
Djurslands Porcelaen  (Nimtofte, Denmark)
Supplies include brushes and paints, plus a large range of whiteware; online catalog.    In Danish.
Added Aug 2009
dohrmanp's  (Patricia Dohrman. York, Pennsylvania, United States)
Images, mainly of porcelain painting.   
Added Nov 2007  - Last review 17 Apr 2011
DollWorld  (Milperra, New South Wales, Australia)
Includes some china paints, brushes, etc. and Evenheat kilns. Retail and wholesale.   
Added May 2004
Dolores Barrett  (Barrett Glass Studio. Camarillo, California, United States)
Featuring glass art and jewellery, with a selection of the artist's 'porcelain portraiture.'   
Added Dec 2002  - Last review 24 Jul 2011
Donna Guy  (Brighton, Iowa, United States)
Read about this artist, view her watercolours and china painting, or inquire about seminars, etc.   
Added Jun 2005  - Last review 3 Jan 2009
Pfund's Dairy is described in the Guinness Book of Records as the most beautiful dairy store in the world. The shop, opened in 1892, has walls, ceiling, floors and counters covered with over 3,500 hand-painted Villeroy & Boch tiles. View these in the online panorama and images, along with Art Nouveau-style enamelled sculptures.
The site also includes a history of the firm, plus an online shop (some details also in English & French).    In German.
Added May 2008
Dresdner Porzellan  (Saechsische Porzellan-Manufaktur Dresden GmbH. Freital, Germany)
In 1872 porcelain painter Carl Thieme set up a factory in Potschappel (now part of Dresden), initially imitating the Meissen style and trademark. The SP Dresden (Saxon Porcelain Dresden) mark came later; today the manufactory is the only one allowed to use the name Dresden. Their designs are rich and colourful; each painter has a distinctive style and mark, and commissions are also accepted.
The manufactory made only one miniature service, in 1924, for the dolls house of Britain's Queen Mary; plus a new edition for the 75th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.
Visit their site to order catalogues; view images of the early factory, the manufacturing process, and selected wares; or browse the linked Japanese site. The factory also offers tours, and has a painting school.    In German.
Added May 2005
Du Cote de la Porcelaine  (Benedicte Salaun. Angers, France)
Lessons and a wide range of supplies, with well-known brands.    In French.
Added Feb 2010  - Last review 9 May 2012

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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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