Tracing the Riesco Collection
Chinese porcelain and ceramics: vessels that represent movement, exchange and connection. The Museum of Croydon contains a collection of over 200 Chinese ceramics and porcelain, dating from as early as the Han dynasty, all way through to the Qing dynasty. The collection is named after a gentleman called Raymond Riesco. How did it find its way to Croydon?
Daisy Chan is a New Museum School trainee based at the Museum of Croydon.
Part of our New Museum School podcast series, produced in 2019 with Catriona Oliphant from Chrome Media.
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