About Susan & Peter Rees:
Susan Rees began dealing in Commemorative Pottery in 1989 after many years as an ardent collector. Early items have a charm and social importance which appeals to her as a graduate historian. She exhibits regularly at major antique events such as the NEC “Antiques for Everyone”. For many years Susan was a member of the Vetting Committee at NEC and Earls Court. She provides items for major museums throughout the world, including the Museum of Scotland and the Tower of London, as well as many private collectors. Susan’s policy of finding the unusual, giving a complete and detailed description including any repair or restoration allows all customers to buy with confidence. She takes great pride in the fact that so many customers return again and again.
Peter Rees began dealing in Commemorative Ceramics in 1988. He is known especially for exhibiting rare and unusual quality versions in the period 1880 – 2000.He exhibits regularly at major antique fairs such as the NEC “Antiques for Everyone”. Peter has been a member of the Vetting Committee at NEC, has provided major museums, including the Imperial War Museum, and he has also made contributions to relevant reference books. Peter’s policy of finding the unusual and giving a complete and detailed description allows all customers to buy with confidence. He takes great pride in the fact that so many customers return again and again. Like Susan he has seen ardent and knowledgeable collectors make every effort to be first at the stand on the opening day of major fairs.
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