We are pleased to share the final instalment of our series 'Tangier Days', where we take a look at the years Jim and Helen Ede spent living in Tangier.
In Part 6, find out more about the influence Whitestone, the Ede's home in Morocco, had on Kettle's Yard. Traces of the Edes’ time in Morocco can be found in the Kettle's Yard House at almost every turn. Some objects came directly from Tangier and its surroundings; others were acquired through the numerous friendships and connections forged during those years.
Read our latest #FurnitureFocus blog, where Visitor Assistant Andrew Smith takes a closer look at some of the furniture in the Kettle's Yard House. This week, find out more about the "Cromwellian" Settee and find out why it is hard to date.