Glen Martin Taylor's disturbing crockery

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i am reminded of oppenheim’s 1936 essay in surrealism–
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Bone china always has real bones in it. Hence the name.

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Good to the last drop, of your blood…

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I honestly didn’t know that until recently. My wife was watching some show from the UK where people make crockery (like the British Baking Show with plates and bowls) and learned about it.

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For that particular piece, would be defiling of his art to use it as a serving/presentation dish for olives?

Clicked through to post this very thing, thank you :slight_smile:

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Absolutely, but serving chunks of hot dog, cheese and pineapple on the spikes would be ok.