Robyn Robb deals in 18th-century English porcelain, with a particular emphasis on First Period Worcester.
In 1982 Robyn joined Albert Amor, the porcelain dealers, and remained there until 1989 when she set up her own business.
She has helped to form many major 18th-century English porcelain collections throughout the world. In 2003 her first exhibition, which featured rare pieces from Anthony Wood’s superb collection of porcelain decorated in the atelier of James Giles, was a sell-out. Her 2005 exhibition featured outstanding early Worcester from the first decade of the factory, and included a number of unrecorded pieces, both polychrome and blue and white, as well as some extremely rare Chelsea. Her 2007 exhibition once again included superb porcelain decorated in the Giles atelier as well as an unrecorded Bow basket painted by James Welsh and very rare figures.
Since 1989 she has exhibited every year at the International Ceramics Fair & Seminar, now incorporated into Art Antiques London, and for many years has also exhibited at the BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair.