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"#EdmunddeWaal: #tenthousandthings" at #GagosianBeverlyHills ends this Thursday February 18th.  The exhibition title ten thousand things derives from a longer phrase by John Cage about work endless repetition and unfolding a citation inspired by the Taoist metaphor of indefinite multitude that underscores Chinese modular patterns of thought. __________ Image: "the ten thousand things for John Cage XX" 2015 3 porcelain vessels and Cor-Ten steel block in aluminum box 17 11/16  17 11/16  7 1/2…

Edmund de Waal the ten thousand things, for John Cage, XX, 2015 3 porcelain vessels and Cor-Ten steel block in aluminum box 17 × 17 × 7 inches × 45 × 19 cm) © Edmund de Waal

PORCELAIN WALL  Edmund de Waal's Porcelain Wall makes a stylish statement in the hall of this central London townhouse. The home's owner is not just a connoisseur of contemporary ceramics but an acknowledged expert in the field, who works with ceramic designers and makers and the VA, as well as curating exhibitions of applied art.  Taken from the April 2013 issue of House  Garden. Additional text: Caroline Clifton-Mogg. Locations editor: Liz Elliot.

Edmund de Waal's Porcelain Wall makes a stylish statement in the hallway of this London home. See all our ideas to make your hallway a stylish room of its own

technique called decaling for her handmade collection of delicate porcelain designs. She uses vintage wallpaper, lace or any pattern or texture she finds inspiring and then printing the image on tissue paper she transfers the design to her porcelain. This technique gives her handmade designs a perfectly imperfect look

Samantha Robinson uses a technique called decaling for her handmade porcelain pieces. She uses vintage wallpaper, lace or any pattern or texture she finds inspiring. She prints the desired image on tissue paper and transfers the design to her porcelain.

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White and Cream Porcelain - de Waal

Raku ceramic pot; Willer marble centrepiece;  Chadwick ltd. edition candelabra; Willer Limoges porcelain and Murano crystal

Chadwick ltd. Willer Limoges porcelain and Murano crystal

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Edmund de Waal pale blue ceramics for the kitchen _ I adore these multifunctional pots, cups, vases, utensil holders.

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