The sale features leading name in British and International studio ceramics. To be included will be the second instalment from a German private collection.

Maak's Director Marijke Varall-Jones, who has over 10 years experience in the ceramics market, said: ''The collection was exceptional in scale, compromising of over 2000 individual works by mostly British and European ceramics. Gathered over a 10 to 15 year period, it's one of the largest private collections that I've ever seen. The majority of the works date from the 1980s and many of the leading markers from this period are well represented in the collection.''

Over 200 works, predominately British, which have been specially selected from a collection, which was first, in part, offered in Maak's October 2014 sale.

Screen Shot 2015-06-02 at 13.00.42 Hourglass Form
Estimate: £4 000-6 000
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A group of works by world-renowned ceramic artist Hans Coper, features 4 lots directly from the Coper family, including ''Hourglass Form,'' circa 1965.

Minimalist ceramic artists Edmund de Waal and Rupert Spira are to feature. Both emerged as rising stars in the mid 90s after exhibiting at London's Egg.

Screen Shot 2015-06-02 at 13.00.19 Five Cylinder
Estimate: £8 000- 12 000
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Edward de Waal's work crosses the boundaries between craftsman and contemporary artist. His exhibit at New York's Gagosian Gallery in 2013 received wide critical acclaim. He was also one of the subjects in BBC 1's Imagine series .''Five Cylinder,'' 2001 is a fine example of de Waal grouping his work, which has now evolved into the installations he creates today.

Screen Shot 2015-06-02 at 13.00.33 Rupert Spira, Large 'Poem' Bowl, circa 2005
Estimate: £3 000-4 000
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Rupert Spira, on the contrary, has enjoyed a career far less under the public spotlight.

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