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  1. For one week from today, the UK ceramics magazine 'Ceramic Review' has posted an article about the great lustre-ware potter Alan Caiger-Smith, and his relationship with Great Dixter, a 15th Century country house in the south of the UK. Read it for free while you can! The Potter and the Plantsman I haunted Great Dixter when I lived near there - a beautiful house, with amazing gardens, and great pots just left lying around. Truly stunning. I actually have a Caiger-Smith goblet (unfortunately damaged). One of the more precious pots in my possession.
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