Your chance to own a Tracey Emin original
Friday 06 June 2008
The Independent is pleased to offer '21746' (2008) by Tracey Emin exclusively for readers at the special launch price of £2,800. '21746' (2008)is a white chalk pebble wrapped in a hand embroidered cotton sheet, measuring 11 x 15 x 16 cm (4 x 6 x 6.5 in).
It has been published by Counter Editions, London, in an edition of 25, and comes with a certificate signed by the artist. The edition is offered on a first-come first-served basis from today, Friday 6 June. To buy '21746' (2008), telephone Counter Editions on 0207684 8888, Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. Alternatively, you can order by logging on to countereditions.com/independent and following the on-screen instructions.
Delivery within the UK and VAT are included in the price. Delivery is by UPS courier and is within 28 days. For full terms and conditions about this offer, visit countereditions.com, telephone 020 7684 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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