Ligurian Centre for the History of Ceramic

The Ligurian Center for the History of Ceramics promotes the study and knowledge of ceramics in its various aspects, from the artistic to the archaeological, from the historical to the technological. Annual International Conferences have been organized since 1968, whose timely edited ACTS constitute one of the most important tools at the European level for ceramic studies. The international prestige of the Center is confirmed by the membership in it of European ceramics institutions and a substantial number of Italian and foreign scholars and researchers.

The collection of the Ligurian Center for the History of Ceramics was built up thanks to donations from numerous members (including, in particular, the substantial bequest from Francesco Torterolo) and purchases by the Center itself and consists of 138 pieces, with a predominance of Ligurian material.

Much of the collection is on display, on loan, in the Trucco Museum in Albisola Superiore, while the Savona museum exhibits some Ligurian-made materials that come to complete the picture on Savona ceramics.

My Agile Privacy
This website uses technical and profiling cookies. Clicking on "Accept" authorises all profiling cookies. Clicking on "Refuse" or the X will refuse all profiling cookies. By clicking on "Customise" you can select which profiling cookies to activate.
Warning: some page functionalities could not work due to your privacy choices