Edmund de Waal

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British artist and author

Edmund de Waal on KCRW

Edmund de Waal takes us on a vast journey into the history and heart, skin and bones of porcelain.

Edmund de Waal: The White Road

Edmund de Waal takes us on a vast journey into the history and heart, skin and bones of porcelain.

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