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For a decade Ceramic Art London has been showcasing - and selling - the most exciting pottery from the UK and overseas. This year the work of 80 ceramicists (including Peter Beard, Akiko Hirai and Annie Turner) will be on show, as well as examples from the current crop of Royal College of Arts students. A programme of talks on ceramics techniques and aesthetics accompanies the event.

 

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