Our mission is to promote knowledge of the potteries formerly situated at Hay Street Subiaco and to facilitate the collection of Wembley Ware.
THE NEXT GENERAL MEETING OF
THE WEMBLEY WARE SOCIETY INC WILL BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 22nd 2014 AT THE SHENTON PARK COMUNITY CENTRE, 240 ONSLOW ROAD, SHENTON PARK. THE MEETING AND ALL FURTHER MEETINGS WILL COMMENCE AT 2pm & AT THIS VENUE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTIFIED. FUTURE MEETINGS: FEB 28th & MAY 30th 2015
THE COMMITTEE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY FOR THEIR PATRONAGE & SUPPORT THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
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_____________________________________________________________The Wembley Ware Society Inc. Our aim is to facilitate the collecting of Wembley Ware and to lobby for support for community projects dedicated to the recognition and preservation of the potteries and Wembley Ware. The Society is dedicated to preserving the memory of the old pottery works. If you are inspired by what you see on the website you might wish to become a member of the Wembley Ware Society (see contact Page)
The Wembley Ware Society also welcomes information which can be shared with the members and others interested in various aspects of the old Subiaco pottery(click here for interactive Google Map of site) which forms a significant part of Western Australia’s heritage.
The website has been presented to provide information to collectors of the china, historians, students, artists and other interested parties.
Many people have found that collecting pieces of the china ware is a fascinating and rewarding pastime and we hope that the brief insight provided in these pages will encourage others.
Please feel free to browse our site. Feedback and comments can be made on our Forum Page
- Tell us about your favourite piece of China from the factory
- Share a story about the pottery or the China
- Ask us a question
- Support the Wembley Ware Museum project
Join the Wembley Ware Treasure Hunt. Search your local swap meets etc. for pieces of value.
Foreword by the founder of The Wembley Ware Society.
History of the pottery factory