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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.
Hoechster Porzellan-Manufaktur  (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
This 'second oldest' porcelain manufacturer in Germany re-opened in 1971. Many items are made by hand; all are hand painted. Products include giftware, figurines, reproductions and tableware; read how high firing makes wares 'dishwasher safe.' Join the collectors' club, or visit in person factory sales; exhibitions; and guided tours. Don't miss the outstanding Hoechster collection at the nearby museum.
http://www.hoechster-porzellan.de/    In English & German.
Added Apr 2004
Hofburg  (Vienna, Austria)
The Hofburg, winter residence of the Habsburgs, today holds three museums: the Imperial Apartments, the Sisi Museum and the Imperial Silver Collection. The latter is the world's largest exhibition of imperial household items, ranging from table silver, centrepieces and fine porcelain to linen and cooking utensils. View the tour information under 'Things to know' for a brief description of some of its porcelain treasures by Meissen, Minton, Sèvres, etc.
The Spanish Riding School, famous for its Lipizzaner stallions, is also within the Hofburg complex.
http://www.hofburg-wien.at/    In various languages.
Added Aug 2009
Home Jewelry Business Success Tips  (Rena Klingenberg. South Carolina, United States)
Useful articles, including photo tips, compiled by a "jewelry artist".
http://www.home-jewelry-business-success-tips.com/   
Added Mar 2007
Hong Kong Porcelain Painting Club  (Hong Kong, China)
About the HKPPC, its activities and publications; includes a members' gallery.
http://www.hongkongporcelainpaintingclub.org/   
Added Jul 2002  - Last review 30 Sep 2007
Hotcourses  (London, England, United Kingdom)
Search for part-, full-time or adult courses in London and the UK; includes china painting.
http://www.hotcourses.com/   
Added Dec 2004  - Last review 11 Apr 2005
How to Paint Porcelain  
Added Aug 2011
HPS Porzellanmalerei Hamburg  (Annerose Köneke. Hamburg, Germany)
A gallery, workshop and school, run by a KPM and Meissen trained artist, offering classes, courses and supplies; a restoration service; and painted wares including corporate gifts, portraits and coats of arms.
http://www.porzellanmalerei-hps.de/    In German.
Added Feb 2012  - Last review 30 Mar 2017
Huis Ten Bosch  (Japan)
Brief information about the Porcelain Museum at this 'Dutch village' resort and theme park. Displays include old Imari ware and Kakiemon porcelain, plus a replica of the porcelain cabinet of the Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin. The Museum also has a porcelain shop.
http://www.huistenbosch.co.jp/    In various languages.
Added Jan 2002  - Last review 20 Feb 2003
Huldas Studio  (Hulda Stoppelmann. Orange, California, United States)
Banding wheels, books and studies.
http://www.ppio.com/hulda.html   
Added Jan 2001  - Last review 29 Jan 2008
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens  (San Marino, California, United States)
Take a virtual garden tour, or visit in person to see the famous Library and galleries with 18th- and early 19th-century British and French art, ceramics and porcelain.
http://www.huntington.org/   
Added Jun 2002

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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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