Save the
Wedgwood Collection

250 years of history
80,000 objects
1 chance to keep it together

250 years of history • 80,000 objects • 1 chance to keep it together

The Wedgwood Collection – one of the most important industrial archives in the world and a unique record of 250 years of British art – has been saved for future generations. The Art Fund raised £15.75m in total, including £2.74m through a public appeal that reached its target within a month of launching. Donations were matched pound-for-pound by a private charitable trust.

Thank you to everyone who donated to and supported the appeal!

The Wedgwood Collection – one of the most important industrial archives in the world and a unique record of 250 years of British art – has been saved for future generations. The Art Fund raised £15.75m in total, including £2.74m through a public appeal that reached its target within a month of launching. Donations were matched pound-for-pound by a private charitable trust.

Thank you to everyone who donated to and supported the appeal!

Latest News

Five ceramic collections

9 November 2015

From Continental connoisseurs Sèvres and Meissen to the home-grown talents of Wedgwood – marvel at the mastery of ceramic practice with a visit to these five UK collections.


World of Wedgwood opens to the public

17 July 2015

The redeveloped Wedgwood headquarters are unveiled today, including a redisplay of the collection which was saved by an Art Fund campaign last year.


Loan of Wedgwood Collection to Barlaston finalised

2 December 2014

The Art Fund’s purchase of the Wedgwood Collection, its gift to the V&A, and its loan from the V&A to Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton were all confirmed in back to back transactions on 1 December 2014, ensuring the collection will remain on display at the Wedgwood Museum in Barlaston.