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Studio Ceramics. Contemporary Craft. Tall Lidded Jar. Waal, Edmund de (British, b.1964). Porcelain, thrown, and impressed in two places with seal marks coloured blue under pale celadon glaze. Cylindrical with uneven, slightly tapering sides and visible throwing marks, narrow shoulder, and short unglazed neck. The base has a glazed central circular depression surrounded by a concave area, and a flat unglazed edge which has been scored with criss-cross lines. The sides are decorated in two places with impressed 'seal marks, touched with blue: a group of three near the top, and one further to the right about half way down The circular cover has straight sides and very slightly convex top. Its interior is unglazed except for a circle in the centre. A black felt circle has been applied to the outer edge of the base. Height, whole, 50 cm, diameter, whole, 12.2 cm, diameter, cover, 8.5 cm, 1999. Gift of Nicholas and Judith Goodison through the National Art Collections Fund.