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A business by design

Adam Zeisel takes his grandmother's creations from museums to the Internet

By Jennifer Blaise Kramer
Globe Correspondent / October 30, 2008

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Adam Zeisel arrives at Crema Café in Harvard Square wearing a T-shirt, backpack, and cargo shorts. He's your typical 25-year-old, except that after coffee he's driving to New York to visit his famous grandmother and talk business. Adam is the grandson of Eva Zeisel, the Hungarian-born designer, whose elegant, curving pottery is not only part of permanent collections at museums ... (Full article: 955 words)

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