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Foreshore Finds

About this project

This series of work is inspired by the collaborative public art projects I have done with Thames archaeologist Mike Webber.
Everyday objects from generations of Londoners can be found in Thames river mud. Here they are celebrated as treasure by casting them in one of the most precious clays, Ming porcelain.

Pricing

£20 — £30

Keywords

Ceramics, porcelain, mud larking, London, Thames, Thames river, ceramic art, clay, ceramic narrative

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery, Conceptual, Design

Materials

Ceramics
Ming Foreshore Finds
Photographer: Carmel King
Everday objects found on the Thames foreshore are made of Ming porcelain
Ming Finds
Photographer: Carmel King
Everday objects found on the Thames foreshore are made in Ming porcelain
Finds in Detail
Photographer: Carmel King
Everday objects found on the Thames foreshore are made in Ming porcelain

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