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Hans Coper | 'Cup on Foot with Central Disc', 1965, 'Cup on Stand', circa 1975 & 'Cup on Stand', circa 1972

Auctions & Events

Ceramic Art of the East | Online Auction

23 - 26 Jan

We are pleased to present the forthcoming online only auction of Japanese and Korean Contemporary Ceramics. 

Viewing by appointment from our Berkshire Maak offices can be booked by emailing info@maaklondon.com

Bidding opens Monday 23 January 2023 and will close from 1pm on Thursday 26 January 2023

Pioneer Potters | Modern + Contemporary Ceramics

14 - 17 Nov

Thank you for all who participated in the auction, we look forward to be being back in the gallery for the May 2023 Modern + Contemporary Ceramics auction.

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Featured Artist

Gillian Lowndes

(British 1936-2010)

An artist who continually challenges the idea of an orthodox world of pure ceramics through her use of found objects and experimentation of form and material. "Materials are the source of the ideas as well as their expression." Lowndes quoted in 1987.

A fired mixed media 'Scrollscape with Nail' made by Gillian Lowndes in 2003 sold at auction by Maak Contemporary Ceramics
A fired mixed media sculptural construction, 'Another Cup of Tea', made by Gillian Lowndes in 2005 sold at auction by Maak Contemporary Ceramics
A fired mixed media, 'Mug Sculpture', made by Gillian Lowndes in 2000 sold at auction by Maak Contemporary Ceramics
Edmund de Waal Porcelain Vessels - Maak Contemporary Ceramics

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