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  • 1842–2017 – Concertina Book

    Andrea Girling

    1842–2017 – Concertina Book

    £45.00

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    Andrea Girling

    1842–2017 – Concertina Book

    £45.00

    Description
    Concertina Book - handmade, hand printed book

    Dimensions

    5.5 x 12.7cm when closed (inner opens flat to approx. 40cm)

    Materials
    Limited edition prints, hand tooled into a concertina fold, housed in hard back cover.

    Instead of conventional pages the concertina book houses an expandable paper concertina with a digital drawing depicting a photographically negative reproduction of an imagined romantic landscape reproduced in black and white. The result is a ghostly image of mountain pinnacles and valley walls, with windows of positive landscape, viewed across the expanded extent of the concertina.

    The concertina format presents the area of Andrea's appreciation of the romantic landscape tradition and where this meets with early optics and more recent developments in digital technology.

    Andrea's approach to her work in her own words
    'In the digital age there are anxieties and concerns relating to the encroachment of technology and its impact on social change. I am interested in the parallels between what we are experiencing now, with the Romantic period of the 18th to mid 19th century when society was going through similar changes in relation to technology.

    My research is a process-led (thinking through making) enquiry into the relationships and dualities of the fast and slow, machine and handmade, digital and analogue. I am particularly interested in exploring these dualities by pushing the boundaries of drawing through experimentation and utilisation of both traditional and technological mediums'

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  • Cowrie Shell Mirror 100 x 80cm, by Carolyn Brookes Davies

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Cowrie Shell Mirror – commission today

    £2,000.00

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    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Cowrie Shell Mirror – commission today

    £2,000.00

    Description
    Cowrie Shell Mirror

    Dimensions
    100 x 80cm

    Commission Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn works on bespoke pieces so no one item is exactly the same. When commissioning a unique item in this way we will confirm the delivery time within 24 hours of payment.

    The usual turnaround for a mirror of this type is 6 to 8 weeks depending on the number of pieces ordered at any given time.

    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

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  • Mussel Box, 27 x 20 x 12cm

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Mussel Box – commission today

    £330.00

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    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Mussel Box – commission today

    £330.00

    Description
    Mussel Box

    Dimensions
    27 x 20 x 12cm

    Commission Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn works on bespoke pieces so no one item is exactly the same. When commissioning a unique item in this way we will confirm the delivery time within 24 hours of payment.

    The usual turnaround for a box of this type is 6 to 8 weeks depending on the number of pieces ordered at any given time.

    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

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  • Mussel Shell Mirror, 100 x 80cm, detail

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Mussel Shell Mirror – commission today

    £2,000.00

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    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Mussel Shell Mirror – commission today

    £2,000.00

    Description
    Mussel Shell Mirror

    Dimensions
    100 x 80cm

    Commission Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn works on bespoke pieces so no one item is exactly the same. When commissioning a unique item in this way we will confirm the delivery time within 24 hours of payment.

    The usual turnaround for a mirror of this type is 6 to 8 weeks depending on the number of pieces ordered at any given time.

    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

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  • Pair of Mussel Shell Candlesticks, 28 x 24cm

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Pair of Mussel Shell Candlesticks – commission today

    £300.00

    Description
    Mussel Shell Candlesticks

    Dimensions
    28 x 24cm

    Commission Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn works on bespoke pieces so no one item is exactly the same. When commissioning a unique item in this way we will confirm the delivery time within 24 hours of payment.

    The usual turnaround for a set of candlesticks of this type is 6 to 8 weeks depending on the number of pieces ordered at any given time.

    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

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  • Pair of Pearl Candlesticks, 60cm high

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Pair of Pearl Candlesticks – commission today

    £1,000.00

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    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Pair of Pearl Candlesticks – commission today

    £1,000.00

    Description
    Pearl Candlesticks

    Dimensions
    60cm high

    Commission Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn works on bespoke pieces so no one item is exactly the same. When commissioning a unique item in this way we will confirm the delivery time within 24 hours of payment.

    The usual turnaround for a set of candlesticks of this type is 6 to 8 weeks depending on the number of pieces ordered at any given time.

    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

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  • Stone Drawing

    Liz McGowan

    A Stone Drawing

    £550.00

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    Liz McGowan

    A Stone Drawing

    £550.00

    Description
    This drawing is made using beach pebble as the drawing tool.    

    Dimensions
    Framed 62 x 65cm

    Materials

    Ink on paper

    More about Liz McGowan
    Liz works with natural and found materials, creating responses to particular environments through installation, sculpture, drawing and conversation.  Her focus is the meeting point between inner and outer landscapes, where personal creativity is given inspiration and form by those elements – stone, reed, tree, earth, tideline – that combine to form a landscape

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  • A-Z of Leaf Shapes

    Ruth Howes

    A-Z of Leaf Shapes - Print

    £22.00

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    Ruth Howes

    A-Z of Leaf Shapes - Print

    £22.00

    Description
    A-Z of Leaf Shapes. Print of original paper cut

    Dimensions
    Choose a print size of A3, A2 or A1
    You can view how the work would look framed - for reference only

    Materials
    Limited edition black and white giclée print

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • A-Z of London - Print of original paper cut

    Ruth Howes

    A-Z of London - Print

    £32.00

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    Ruth Howes

    A-Z of London - Print

    £32.00

    Description
    Print of original paper cut

    A is for Albert Hall (Royal) B is for is Broadcasting House C is for Cutty Sark D is for Dalston House E is for Elephant and Castle F is for Florin Court G is for Geffrye Museum H is for Horseguards I is for Imperial War Museum J is for Jerwood Space K is for Kew Palace L is for Liberty M is for Manze Eel and Pie House N is for Neasden Temple O is for Old Royal Naval College P is for Portcullis House Q is for Quo Vadis R is for Royal Opera House S is for Stockwell Bus Garage T is for Trellick Tower U is for Upminster Windmill V is for Victoria and Albert Museum W is for Whitechapel Gallery X is for OXO Tower (forgive me) Y is for Young Vic Z is for Zoological Society of London, London Zoo (Elephant House).

    Dimensions
    Choose a print size of A3, A2 or A1
    You can view how the work would look framed - for reference only

    Materials
    Limited edition black and white giclée prints

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • Acacia Plains, limited edition print

    Annabel Pope

    Acacia Plains

    £100.00

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    Annabel Pope

    Acacia Plains

    £100.00

    Description
    Limited edition print

    Dimensions
    Please order either A3 or A2 sized prints
    Framed versions are also available - please view framed example

    More about Annabel
    Annabel Pope grew up on a farm in Norfolk, always exploring the outdoors and wildlife. Her great passion for travel allows her to visualise and witness wildlife in it’s natural environment and is the inspiration for all the work. Her work attracts interest internationally and she has successfully exhibited in the UK on several occasions which have established her as a leading wildlife artist.

    Annabel’s skill is her consistent ability to deliver works which on the one hand show remarkable technical quality and visual integrity to the subject; whilst at the same time transferring great character, spirit and energy to the observer.

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  • After the Surge

    Lorraine Bewick

    After the Surge

    £3,800.00

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    Lorraine Bewick

    After the Surge

    £3,800.00

    Description
    Norfolk coastal view

    Dimensions
    152 x 122cm

    Materials
    Oil on canvas

    More about Lorraine Bewick
    The paintings involve a pursuit of things that are indistinct, elusive and ever-changing. She strives for paintings with a liquid, viscous quality where ambiguities of surface and reflection and of depth and distance can combine to convey the merging of horizon, land, sea and sky.

    Lorraine has exhibited widely in London and East Anglia and was nominated in 2015 for the Norfolk Arts Award.

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  • Aldeburgh Stripe Cushion

    Laura Fletcher

    Aldeburgh Stripe Cushion

    £56.00

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    Laura Fletcher

    Aldeburgh Stripe Cushion

    £56.00

    Description
    Cushion with woven coloured stripes blue/green

    Materials

    Linen/cotton

    Dimensions
    60 x 30cm (supplied with inner pad)

    More about Laura Fletcher
    Laura Fletcher offers her first collection of woven and striped cushions, throws and accessories. All feature beautiful stripe combinations – this love of stripes, colour and texture runs through much of Laura’s work. All products are designed and made in Suffolk and the eastern region of the UK, using contemporary British fabrics

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  • All Blue – Iceland

    Garlinda Birkbeck

    All Blue – Iceland

    £640.00

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    Garlinda Birkbeck

    All Blue – Iceland

    £640.00

    Description
    Photograph landscape from a series taken in Iceland

    Dimensions
    You can order from 5 print sizes where the width of the print is
    55cm, 70cm, 100cm, 120cm, 150cm or 200cm

    All Garlinda’s prints are made using the giclée printing method onto 300 gsm Somerset paper. The photographs are box framed using museum quality non-reflective art glass. 

    Framing
    Box frames are a contemporary framing style where by the artwork is kept away from the glass by inserting a 'fillet' (spacer) inside the mould. The frames are made of wood finished with a semi opaque white coating. The outside front facing frames measure approx 20 mm, the side facing frame measures approx 40mm.  

    The images are always float mounted i.e. the photograph is suspended inside the frame so that the raw edges are visible and there is no sign from any angle of any fixing.

    More about Garlinda Birkbeck
    Garlinda photographs without artificial light and as naturally as possible and enjoys processing and printing digitally in her studio in Norfolk. Some of her work is in colour, but she prefers black and white

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  • All Shall Be Well

    Teucer Wilson

    All Shall Be Well

    £6,500.00

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    Teucer Wilson

    All Shall Be Well

    £6,500.00

    Description

    All shall be well, verse carved in stone

    Dimensions
    Approx 1200mm wide 



    Materials

    Moleanos limestone

    More about Teucer Wilson
    Teucer studied stonemasonry and architectural carving at Weymouth College before learning the art of letter-cutting at the Richard Kindersley studio in London. He produces a variety of work including sculptures for private settings and public art projects, garden pieces, signage and memorial work. He enjoys making anything from three dimensional abstract sculptures to more functional work such as birdbaths, sundials, seating, house name plaques and headstones. He generally works to commission, mainly in limestone, sandstone and slate, although he has also worked in wood, glass, stainless steel and cast iron

    Please ask us about delivery charges for this item

    COMMISSION TEUCER WILSON

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  • Along the Dry Road to Wells

    Mary Blue Brady

    Along the Dry Road to Wells

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    Mary Blue Brady

    Along the Dry Road to Wells

    £120.00

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    Description
    Norfolk Landscape: Along the dry road to Wells

    Dimensions
    Framed size: 18 x 18cm
    Image size: 15 x 15cm

    Materials
    Mixed Media, acrylic, pastel & graphite


    More about Mary Blue Brady
    Mary is an American artist living in Norfolk. She earned a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Pennsylvania in 1989 where she studied with the renowned landscape painter, Neil Welliver. She has also studied at the Vermont Studio School, the Maryland Art Institute and the American Institute in Avignon, France.

    Mary layers words, textures, and colours in her paintings, often weaving in bits of poetry including John Betjeman’s “Norfolk”. Her paintings are collected internationally

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  • Angle earrings yellow


    Abbie Conway

    Angle Earrings Yellow

    £70.00

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    Abbie Conway

    Angle Earrings Yellow

    £70.00

    Description
    Earrings

    Dimensions

    Approx 4cm tip to tip

    Materials

    Plexiglass and silver

    More about Abbie's jewellery
    After studying textiles at Norwich School of Art and Design (NUA), Abbie turned to the discipline of silversmithing and her current collection embraces different techniques and materials – lace textured and oxidised silver, precious gold detailing, rivets and coloured Plexiglass, result in a body of work where traditional techniques meet a thoroughly modern aesthetic

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  • Arcaded tray table

    Michael Westgate

    Arcaded tray table

    £3,250.00

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    Michael Westgate

    Arcaded tray table

    £3,250.00

    Description
    Tray table

    Dimensions
    83cm high x 46cm deep x 74cm wide 

    Materials
    Made from maple with the removable tray veneered in burr ash. The recesses in the arcade veneered in burr ash and zebrano.

    Turnaround
    Each commissioned pice will take between 6-10 weeks

    More about Michael Westgate
    Based in North Norfolk for the last 20 years, Michael has been working from a 17th century barn near Holt. He began his career as an antique restorer before developing an interest in furniture design. Michael’s work is characterised by an emphasis on elegance and detail and while distinctly contemporary in feel it is respectful of a 300 year tradition of English cabinetmaking

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  • Arrow Necklace

    Madeleine Spencer

    Arrow Necklace

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    Madeleine Spencer

    Arrow Necklace

    £65.00

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    Description
    Necklace

    Dimensions

    Chain is 18" long

    Materials

    Reclaimed sterling silver

    More about Madeleine Spencer
    Madeleine Spencer has been working as an artist and jeweller since completing her Fine Art Degree in 1998. Each and every piece of Madeleine's work is 100% handmade, from conception to production, in her studio in Burnham Norton overlooking the marshes.

    Recent collections have seen the use of reclaimed sterling silver and gold, the designs favouring the textural qualities of the time worn metal over new. Through an extensive process of salvaging, melting down and reshaping Madeleine lovingly creates one-of-a-kind pieces of jewellery to wear and to cherish

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  • Ash, Suffolk - 2011

    Justin Partyka

    Ash, Suffolk - 2011

    £300.00

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    Justin Partyka

    Ash, Suffolk - 2011

    £300.00

    Description

    Photograph of ash trees, Norfolk. Edition of 10

    Dimensions

    Framed 16.5 x 23cm 



    Materials

    Digital c-type photographic print

    More about Justin Partyka
    For the past seventeen years Justin Partyka has been photographing the rural landscape and culture in his native region of East Anglia. His photographs have been exhibited at Tate Britain, Gainsborough’s House, the Museum of English Rural Life (University of Reading), the Boutographies Photo Festival in Montpellier, France.

    He has also had solo exhibitions at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich in 2009, Flatford, Suffolk in 2014, Osborne Samuel Gallery, London, 2013, The Black Barn, Cockley Cley, Norfolk 2015. He has been in numerous group exhibitions, including Nature: Norfolk by Design at Creake Abbey 2016. He recently showed during the Aldeburgh Festival 2016

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  • Asteroidea

    Margie Britz & Liz McGowan

    Asteroidea

    £2,300.00

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    Margie Britz & Liz McGowan

    Asteroidea

    £2,300.00

    Description
    Print made up of starfish

    Dimensions
    Framed 127cm x 127cm

    Materials
    Watercolour on paper, using star fish as a drawing tool

    More about Britz and McGowan
    This is a partnership of two artists: Margie Britz, who makes paintings and drawings, and Liz McGowan, a land artist working with natural materials.
    These drawings have been made by the artists working in collaboration and are the result of an ongoing conversation.  On some, they have taken it in turns to make the marks. On others only one of them has made the marks with the other directing or contributing ideas.  

    All of the drawings have been made using natural materials - seaweed or starfish - as the drawing tools.  No brushes or pens have been employed.

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  • Autumn #2

    Tim Simmons

    Autumn #2

    £2,250.00

    Tim Simmons

    Autumn #2

    £2,250.00

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    Tim Simmons

    Autumn #2

    £2,250.00

    Description
    Autumn #2, 2007
    Edition of 10 (3 available) and 2 AP

    Dimensions
    Framed 90cm width x 61.5cm height

    Materials
    Archival photographic print mounted and framed

    More about Tim Simmons
    Tim has an underlying need to make sense of the world through his own experience. Using photography and film, he explores themes of time, motion and place, and the idea that landscape acts as a link between the past and the present. His work has a visual clarity and a quiet, reflective quality, which offers space for personal contemplation. Attempting to make the unseen visible, he encourages the viewer to consider on the constancy of the land, and our inherent relationship to it

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  • Avocet

    Mark Richardson

    Avocet

    £95.00

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    Mark Richardson

    Avocet

    £95.00

    Description
    Watercolour painting, coastal bird – Avocet

    Dimensions
    Mounted and framed 25cm Height / 25cm Width / 4.5cm Depth

    Weight
    0.85kg

    Materials
    Watercolour set in an off-white window mount, framed in black wooden frame, glass front

    More about Mark Richardson
    Mark’s lifelong love of the landscape and wildlife of North Norfolk continues to inspire new works.

    The wild beauty of the birds of the coast and marsh are the passionate source of inspiration for this collection. His knowledge and love of drawing and painting are evident in this skill of capturing the natural essence of his subjects with the minimum of fuss and line

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