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The Crafts Council is committed to respecting copyright and other intellectual property rights. We make every effort to locate the makers of objects reproduced on our website so that we can fully use and promote our collections.
Images of some objects have been withheld for copyright reasons.
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You are welcome to save low resolution single copies of images from this site, free of charge, for your own personal use. Personal use means the use of a single copy of each image by one person for non-commercial purposes, for example education, academic study, scholarship or research.
Images must be credited with Title, Object No., Maker, Date and Name of Photographer if given, and courtesy of the Crafts Council.
E.g. Cross Fire Knife: Natural Occurrence Series, M87, Geoffrey Mann, 2010. Photo: Nick Moss, courtesy of the Crafts Council.
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In the event of any identified breach of these terms and conditions of use, the Crafts council may take any appropriate action to constrain further use and/or seek financial recompense.
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