18 Stafford Terrace, Linley Sambourne House
See also Leighton House Museum.
In addition there is a large collection of Chinese export porcelain, mostly blue and white, and dating from the 17th to 19th centuries. These are displayed throughout the house, alongside fine examples of English tin-glazed wares of the 17th and 18th centuries. There are also two Whitefriars glass lampshades, c 1870, and a collection of miscellaneous glass items such as drinking glasses.
Highlights of the collection:
- Chinese export porcelain from the 17th to 19th centuries, including blue and white and enamelled wares - famille rose, famille verte and Chinese Imari.
- English tin-glazed wares
- Whitefriars glass lampshades
- Miscellaneous glass vessels
Address: 18 Stafford Terrace, London W8 7BH
Tel Individual bookings: 0207 6023316 (weekdays) or 0207 9381295 (weekends), for group bookings call 0207 4719156 (Education Officer)
Admission: Adult £8.00, concession (seniors/students) £6.00, under 18 £3.00.
Access: Access for disabled visitors difficult - not accessible by wheelchair; shop/sales point; guided tours.
Guide Book, Exhibition Catalogue: Public Artist Private Passions, The World of Edward Linley Sambourne; A Victorian Household by Shirley Nicholson
Links to Museum of London Ceramics and Glass website: