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Richard Winkworth Limited Edition Plates - Set of 4

Richard Winkworth Limited Edition Plates - Set of 4

HK$4,400.00
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A boxed set of 4 fine bone china sinner plates by Richard Winkworth (edition of 50)

Richard Winkworth has exhibited across the world including; Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA, and the UK.  Born in India, he has spent for most of his lhis time between Hong Kong and the UK. Richard was educated life in the Far East and now spends at Brighton University and Chelsea School of Art, UK and in 1991, was awarded the Spectator Magazine Art Prize, First Prize, and Purchase.

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