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Dear Nightingale Tile


By Jane Lee McCracken


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Created for the major exhibition Making Paradise at the Aga Khan Centre Gallery, London, Dear Nightingale design is part of a ceramic tile diptych that features Jane's original blue Biro drawings.

Hand decorated and made of the highest quality English china this design is inspired by Attar's 12th-century poem 'The Conference of the Birds'. Woven with Islamic patterns, the design depicts one of the world’s most famous songbirds, the nightingale, as well as other birds from the poem.

This exquisite tile can also be used as a coaster or framed.
Made in England.
Product accompanied with rubber feet for creating a coaster.
Clean with a damp cloth.

Made in: United Kingdom

15 x 15cm
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Based in United Kingdom

Artist Jane Lee McCracken constructs intricate multi-layered Biro drawings, and

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