Alan Landis Antiques

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My association with Alan Landis spans more than 30 years. Throughout this time, I have had a wonderful ongoing relationship, both personal and in business. Our considerable business involvements have been varied and most satisfying and rewarding in every respect. Alan has always shown a willingness to be of assistance, always reliable, accurate and efficient. His vast knowledge of antiques in general and ceramics in particular, is readily shared with others. Alan is a credit to his profession and to the many associations, both Australian and international, where he is an active member. I consider it a privilege to have Alan Landis as one of my closest friends.

Keith M. Deutsher
Life Member, National Gallery of Victoria
President Emeritus, The Wedgwood Society of Australia.

I have known Alan Landis in a professional capacity for more than 15 years through his work as a valuer to the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales. Alan is highly regarded as a specialist in British Ceramics after 1700, Australian ceramics, English and Australian silverware and glassware. In undertaking the identification and valuation of a broad range of ceramics, silverware and glassware held at various Historic Houses Trust properties, Alan has demonstrated extensive knowledge and great expertise in these areas, combined with the highest integrity.

Robert Griffin
Curator Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales

A prominent antique dealer in Sydney, Alan Landis has made a substantial contribution of his time, expertise and advice to the Powerhouse Museum over the last two decades. He has been instrumental in identifying a range of British and Australian ceramic objects and Australian colonial silverware which were acquired for the Museum’s collection. Alan has also provided prompt, accurate and objective valuations of ceramics and silverware donated to the Museum under the Cultural Gifts Scheme. His expertise in the areas of Wedgwood, Worcester and Doulton ceramics is particularly impressive. In recognition of his outstanding contribution, Alan was appointed an Honorary Associate to the Powerhouse Museum in 1982 and Life Fellow in 2005.
Eva Czernis-Ryl
Curator, Decorative Arts and Design, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney