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High tea pot

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  • Victoria asked

    Is this work inspired by Hanna Arendt?

  • Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen answered

    Hi Victoria, Thanks for your question. It certainly is possible, but unfortunately I do not know. I would be curious to know what makes you think that the tea pot could be inspired on Arendt's thinking. Kind regards, Els


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Title High tea pot
Material and technique Porcelain, fur, metal
Object type
Teapot > Tea service > Drinkware > Serveware > Service > Set > Tableware > Kitchen and household > Utensil
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Height 22 cm
Width 47 cm
Depth 15 cm
Artists Designer: Wieki Somers
Studio: Studio Wieki Somers
Executor: Europees Keramisch Werkcentrum
Accession number V 2411 a-c (KN&V)
Credits Purchased with the support of Mondriaan Fund, 2003
Department Applied Arts & Design
Acquisition date 2005
Creation date in 2003

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Wieki Somers

Sprang-Capelle 1976

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