The Crafts Study Centre holds an outstanding collection of objects and archives which are central to the history of the 20th century studio crafts movement in Britain. The ceramics collection dates broadly from c.1920 to present day. Many pioneer and leading studio potters are represented and fine examples of their work are, in certain cases, supported by archives. The Centre holds archive material from Michael Cardew, Marianne de Trey, Henry Hammond, Bernard Leach and Dame Lucie Rie. The following are a selection of makers represented in the collection.