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porcelain

Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating materials, generally including kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200 and 1,400 °C (2,200 and 2,600 °F). The toughness, strength and translucence of porcelain, relative to other types of pottery, arises mainly from vitrification and the formation of the mineral mullite within the body at these high temperatures.

Porcelain derives its present name from the old Italian porcellana (cowrie shell) because of its resemblance to the translucent surface of the shell. Porcelain can informally be referred to as china or fine china in some English-speaking countries, as China was the birthplace of porcelain making. Properties associated with porcelain include low permeability and elasticity; considerable strength, hardness, toughness, whiteness, translucency and resonance; and a high resistance to chemical attack and thermal shock.

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t.e. 204set - A

set of all 53 porcelain stones in a handcrafted wooden box

For the collection 2017, Thomas Eyck invited Studio Brynjar & Veronika, a German Icelandic studio based in Berlin to work on a project for his new collection. Their underlying interest in natural stones and minerals led them to work on a set of handmade porcelain stones. The result is a collection of 53 different stones that form together smaller families of stones in different shapes and sizes. Each stone arrives in a unique glazing that blurs the borders of reality and fiction, the natural and the artificial.
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set of 7 porcelain stones in handcrafted wooden box

For the collection 2017, Thomas Eyck invited Studio Brynjar & Veronika, a German Icelandic studio based in Berlin to work on a project for his new collection. Their underlying interest in natural stones and minerals led them to work on a set of handmade porcelain stones. The result is a collection of 53 different stones that form together smaller families of stones in different shapes and sizes. Each stone arrives in a unique glazing that blurs the borders of reality and fiction, the natural and the artificial.
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t.e. 202set of stones

set of 5 porcelain stones in a handcrafted wooden box

For the collection 2017, Thomas Eyck invited Studio Brynjar & Veronika, a German Icelandic studio based in Berlin to work on a project for his new collection. Their underlying interest in natural stones and minerals led them to work on a set of handmade porcelain stones. The result is a collection of 53 different stones that form together smaller families of stones in different shapes and sizes. Each stone arrives in a unique glazing that blurs the borders of reality and fiction, the natural and the artificial.
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set of 4 porcelain stones in wooden box

For the collection 2017, Thomas Eyck invited Studio Brynjar & Veronika, a German Icelandic studio based in Berlin to work on a project for his new collection. Their underlying interest in natural stones and minerals led them to work on a set of handmade porcelain stones. The result is a collection of 53 different stones that form together smaller families of stones in different shapes and sizes. Each stone arrives in a unique glazing that blurs the borders of reality and fiction, the natural and the artificial.
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t.e. 200set of stones

set of 3 porcelain stones in a handrafted wooden box

For the collection 2017, Thomas Eyck invited Studio Brynjar & Veronika, a German Icelandic studio based in Berlin to work on a project for his new collection. Their underlying interest in natural stones and minerals led them to work on a set of handmade porcelain stones. The result is a collection of 53 different stones that form together smaller families of stones in different shapes and sizes. Each stone arrives in a unique glazing that blurs the borders of reality and fiction, the natural and the artificial.
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t.e. 199set of stones

For the collection 2017, Thomas Eyck invited Studio Brynjar & Veronika, a German Icelandic studio based in Berlin to work on a project for his new collection. Their underlying interest in natural stones and minerals led them to work on a set of handmade porcelain stones. The result is a collection of 53 different stones that form together smaller families of stones in different shapes and sizes. Each stone arrives in a unique glazing that blurs the borders of reality and fiction, the natural and the artificial.

edition of 40 
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t.e. 174red white vase

Together with the Big White Pot, the Red White Vase has become a modern classic. Both are the end result of Hella Jongerius exploration of medieval pots. Hella Jongerius cast these two vessels from the moulds of restored medieval pots. The rough casting seams, along with the potter's traditional thumbprint, give the impression of antique vessels while the strong, solid forms are a clear indications of modern industry.

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t.e. 173big white pot

Together with the Red White Vase, the Big White Pot has become a modern classic. Both are the end result of Hella Jongerius exploration of medieval pots. Hella Jongerius cast these two vessels from the moulds of restored medieval pots. The rough casting seams, along with the potter's traditional thumbprint, give the impression of antique vessels while the strong, solid forms are a clear indications of modern industry.

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t.e. 172b-set plate small, white

In 1999 we put into production Hella Jongerius' seven-part porcelain dinner service.  In an industry where, since industrialisation, perfection has become the norm, in this design Hella Jongerius focuses on the concept of 'imperfection'. She studied the possibilities of restoring individuality to the serial production process, an important recurring theme in her work. During a period she spent working at the European Ceramics Work Centre in ‘s Hertogenbosch (1997) she experimented with clay by firing it at a high temperature, which distorted each piece. This is how she developed the method for producing the B-Set, in which each piece acquires its own unique character and regains its individuality.
The B-Set is now considered an icon of Dutch design history and has been included in the collections of many international museums.
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t.e. 171b-set plate large, white

In 1999 we put into production Hella Jongerius' seven-part porcelain dinner service.  In an industry where, since industrialisation, perfection has become the norm, in this design Hella Jongerius focuses on the concept of 'imperfection'. She studied the possibilities of restoring individuality to the serial production process, an important recurring theme in her work. During a period she spent working at the European Ceramics Work Centre in ‘s Hertogenbosch (1997) she experimented with clay by firing it at a high temperature, which distorted each piece. This is how she developed the method for producing the B-Set, in which each piece acquires its own unique character and regains its individuality.
The B-Set is now considered an icon of Dutch design history and has been included in the collections of many international museums.
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t.e. 170b-set carafe, white

In 1999 we put into production Hella Jongerius' seven-part porcelain dinner service.  In an industry where, since industrialisation, perfection has become the norm, in this design Hella Jongerius focuses on the concept of 'imperfection'. She studied the possibilities of restoring individuality to the serial production process, an important recurring theme in her work. During a period she spent working at the European Ceramics Work Centre in ‘s Hertogenbosch (1997) she experimented with clay by firing it at a high temperature, which distorted each piece. This is how she developed the method for producing the B-Set, in which each piece acquires its own unique character and regains its individuality.
The B-Set is now considered an icon of Dutch design history and has been included in the collections of many international museums.
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t.e. 169b-set bowl large, white

In 1999 we put into production Hella Jongerius' seven-part porcelain dinner service.  In an industry where, since industrialisation, perfection has become the norm, in this design Hella Jongerius focuses on the concept of 'imperfection'. She studied the possibilities of restoring individuality to the serial production process, an important recurring theme in her work. During a period she spent working at the European Ceramics Work Centre in ‘s Hertogenbosch (1997) she experimented with clay by firing it at a high temperature, which distorted each piece. This is how she developed the method for producing the B-Set, in which each piece acquires its own unique character and regains its individuality.
The B-Set is now considered an icon of Dutch design history and has been included in the collections of many international museums.
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t.e. 168b-set bowl small, white

In 1999 we put into production Hella Jongerius' seven-part porcelain dinner service.  In an industry where, since industrialisation, perfection has become the norm, in this design Hella Jongerius focuses on the concept of 'imperfection'. She studied the possibilities of restoring individuality to the serial production process, an important recurring theme in her work. During a period she spent working at the European Ceramics Work Centre in ‘s Hertogenbosch (1997) she experimented with clay by firing it at a high temperature, which distorted each piece. This is how she developed the method for producing the B-Set, in which each piece acquires its own unique character and regains its individuality.
The B-Set is now considered an icon of Dutch design history and has been included in the collections of many international museums.
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t.e. 167b-set beaker large, white

In 1999 we put into production Hella Jongerius' seven-part porcelain dinner service.  In an industry where, since industrialisation, perfection has become the norm, in this design Hella Jongerius focuses on the concept of 'imperfection'. She studied the possibilities of restoring individuality to the serial production process, an important recurring theme in her work. During a period she spent working at the European Ceramics Work Centre in ‘s Hertogenbosch (1997) she experimented with clay by firing it at a high temperature, which distorted each piece. This is how she developed the method for producing the B-Set, in which each piece acquires its own unique character and regains its individuality.
The B-Set is now considered an icon of Dutch design history and has been included in the collections of many international museums.
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t.e. 166b-set beaker small, white

In 1999 we put into production Hella Jongerius' seven-part porcelain dinner service.  In an industry where, since industrialisation, perfection has become the norm, in this design Hella Jongerius focuses on the concept of 'imperfection'. She studied the possibilities of restoring individuality to the serial production process, an important recurring theme in her work. During a period she spent working at the European Ceramics Work Centre in ‘s Hertogenbosch (1997) she experimented with clay by firing it at a high temperature, which distorted each piece. This is how she developed the method for producing the B-Set, in which each piece acquires its own unique character and regains its individuality.
The B-Set is now considered an icon of Dutch design history and has been included in the collections of many international museums.
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t.e. 155withering tableware

vase

sequence of 6 different decorations:
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platter

sequence of 6 different decorations:
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carafe

sequence of 9 different decorations:
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bowl, high

sequence of 9 different decorations:
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plate large

sequence of 6 different decorations:
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plate, small

sequence of 9 different decorations:
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t.e. 148 withering tableware

beaker sequence of 6 different decorations:

1 x painted - 6 x moulded
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t.e. 144thomas eyck  is pleased to present an exclusive series of vases designed by  Hella Jongerius. She has become known for the way in which she fuses industry and craft, high and low tech, the traditional and the contemporary. For some time, Jongerius has been occupied with an intensive research project on applying colours to ceramic materials. Jongerius has produced the Hella Jongerius: Misfit Collector’s Edition: 300 unique porcelain vases, each made with great artisanal skill and technological sophistication in collaboration with the venerable Dutch ceramics house Royal Tichelaar Makkum. Each vase is an object of exceptional concept and beauty.

This set is the culmination of Jongerius’ experimental studies with lacquered pigmentation, in which the porcelain vase has served as a ‘canvas’ for ‘Toyota red’ spraypaint (Red White Vase, 1997), forty industrial colours from the Central European standard RAL colour range (Coloured Vases, Series 1, 2003), and selections from the Scandinavian Colour Institute’s Natural Colour System (Coloured Vases, Series 2, 2007). In this, the third version of 300 Coloured Vases, each vase was fired three times under a unique mix of 100 natural mineral glazes and 100 synthetic materials, yielding remarkably deep textures and vibrantly merged colour combinations that are reminiscent of the colour intensities of old paintings.

The Hella Jongerius Coloured Vases, Series 3 is a rare opportunity to own a genuine limited edition of a Hella Jongerius’ experimental design. Each comprises a special edition of a book, designed by Irma Boom. It  is beautifully bound, individually signed and numbered and presented in a custom-made box, together with an original work of art also signed and numbered by the artist.
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t.e. 134hain

small installation C
consoles & vase
50 x 40 x 19 cm
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small installation B
consoles
 46x 40 x 19 cm
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small installation A
consoles
53 x 40 x 16 cm
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installation of 1 porcelain tree R with fungi
consoles
50 x 200 x 19 cm
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installation of 1 porcelain tree  M with fungi
consoles
50 x 200 x 19 cm
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installation of 1 porcelain tree L  with fungi
consoles
50 x 200 x 19 cm
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installation of 3 porcelain trees with fungi
consoles
160 x 200 x 19 cm
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t.e. 109schwarm

Dicranorrhina wallichi

vase
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carabus auratus

vase,
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Plusiotis resplendens

vase
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oryctes nasicornis

vase
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stenus montivagus

vase
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ateuchus pius

vase
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lema cyanella

vase
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geotruypes stercorarius

vase
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apion aeneum

vase
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coccinela

vase
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installation of 12 different beetles

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t.e. 066 water carafe

water carafe lies down instead of standing upright. The user has to pay delicate attention to the sound and the weight of the object to know when he should stop filling it. Because of th ewide spout teh flow of water from teh carafe resembles a waterfall.
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t.e. 065 vinegar flask

vinegar flask has a characteristic spout. Like the mouth of an animal it protrudes from the opening of the flask. An appropiate dose of vinegar is poured into this small reservoir. Then, by tilting the flask to the side, it can be distributed over the dish.
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t.e. 064 salt cellar

salt cellar combines a container and a plateau. The container holds the salt and serves as a handle. Salt is poured onto the plateau, so that it can be picked up from the black surface. Filling the container works the other way around: salt is put on the plateau and then poured into the handle.
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t.e. 063 oil platter

oil platter has an elevated surface on one side. This allows users to press bread and oil against this surface. Any excess oil will drip back into the saucer. A slight elevation in the heart of the saucer distributes the oil to the outer rim.
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t.e. 062 oil can
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t.y. 56espresso with handle, white glazed

Ø 6 x 5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 54espresso, white

Ø 6 x 5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 52round bowl, white glazed

Ø 24 x 6 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 44 round deep plate, white glazed

Ø 28 x 3 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 43round deep plate, mat grey

Ø 28 x 3 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 42round deep plate, white glazed

Ø 24 x 3 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 34round deep plate, white glazed

Ø 8 x 3 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 32round plate, white

Ø 28 x 1,2 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 19square bowl, mat grey

25,5 x 21,5 x 4,5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 17square bowl, mat grey

22,5 x 19 x 4,5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 15square bowl, mat grey

18,5 x 16 x 4,5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 09square plate, mat grey

23,5 x 19,5 x 1,5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 08square plate, white glazed

20 x 16,5 x 1,5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 05square plate, mat grey

16,5 x 13,5 x 1,5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 04square plate, white glazed

13 x 10,5 x 1,5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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t.y. 02square plate, white glazed

9 x 7 x 1,5 cm

microwave and dishwasher proof
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s.b. 70vase high, white glazed

Ø 15 x 29,5 cm

dishwasher proof
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s.b. 67vase high, white & red dots

Ø 15 x 29,5 cm

dishwasher proof
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job 23 00vase of babel

Ø 23 x 26 cm

last 6 available! out of production
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job 18 00coded message

Ø 25 cm

last ones available! out of production
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job 15 00day in day out

Ø 19 cm

last ones available! out of production
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job 13 00button

Ø 13 cm

last ones available! out of production
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job 11 00 appearence

Ø 11 cm

last ones available! out of production
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collier 08collier jade

Pearls of Makkum is a series of enlarged, smoothed and half pearls in porcelain, finished with various glazes and decorations. The ‘pearls’ can be bought as a complete necklace, or worn separately. It is also possible to design your own unique ‘pearl necklace’, thanks to the variations in form and colour. The beauty of the necklaces with their unique colours and glazes is further enhanced by the luxury box designed by Irma Boom.

length 170 cm, diameter largest pearl, 4,5 cm
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collier 07collier white

Pearls of Makkum is a series of enlarged, smoothed and half pearls in porcelain, finished with various glazes and decorations. The ‘pearls’ can be bought as a complete necklace, or worn separately. It is also possible to design your own unique ‘pearl necklace’, thanks to the variations in form and colour. The beauty of the necklaces with their unique colours and glazes is further enhanced by the luxury box designed by Irma Boom.

length 170 cm, diameter largest pearl, 4,5 cm
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collier 02collier coral

Pearls of Makkum is a series of enlarged, smoothed and half pearls in porcelain, finished with various glazes and decorations. The ‘pearls’ can be bought as a complete necklace, or worn separately. It is also possible to design your own unique ‘pearl necklace’, thanks to the variations in form and colour. The beauty of the necklaces with their unique colours and glazes is further enhanced by the luxury box designed by Irma Boom.

length 170 cm, diameter largest pearl, 4,5 cm
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bsj 04 51b-set bowl large, brown

Ø 20 x 12 cm

last 6 available! out of production
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bsj 03 51b-set bowl small, brown

Ø 12 x 9 cm

last ones available! out of production
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bsj 03 31b-set bowl small, grey

Ø 12 x 9 cm

last ones available! out of production
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bsj 02 71b-set beaker large, pink

Ø 7 x 11 cm

last ones available! out of production
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bsj 02 31b-set beaker large, grey

Ø 7 x 11 cm

last ones available! out of production
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bsj 02 11b-set beaker large, red

Ø 7 x 11 cm

last 18 available! out of production
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bsj 01 61b-set beaker small, blue

Ø 7 x 6 cm

last ones available! out of production
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bsj 01 51b-set beaker small, brown

Ø 7 x 6 cm

last ones available! out of production
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bsj 01 31b-set beaker small, grey

Ø 7 x 6 cm

last ones available! out of production
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