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Arcady by Edmund de Waal sold for £26,250 fancy borrowing it?

Ceramic work by accomplished ceramicist Edmund de Waal has found a new home in the Crafts Councils collection. Marking a new new direction for the artist the work, titled Arcady, was part of Edmund de Waal’s first major solo exhibition at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge and mima in Middlesbrough in 2007.

The 18 porcelain pots featuring De Waals trademark celadon glazes and housed in a Steel case could be yours for a short time at least, as part of the Crafts Council collection loan scheme open to museums, galleries, schools and university collections across the UK. At the moment anyone wishing to catch a glimpse of the work can make there way to the Crafts Council Resource Library, which is open to the public on Wednesdays and Thursdays by appointment.