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Conversational Vessels

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About this project

Conversational Vessels discuss relationships between objects and between objects and people. The vessels appear to converse and sit in such a way as to communicate conversation - their forms echoing the conversation that flows around the table. Similarly, whirling beakers echo the small physical movements we make with our hands when putting the world to rights after a long meal.

Pricing

£950 — £7500

Keywords

Carafe, Pouring, Tableware, Serving, Drinking, Silver, Metal, Handmade

Disciplines

Silversmithing

Materials

Metal
Water and Wine Carafes
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
Water and Wine Carafes, Sterling Silver, 160x260x120mm, 2013. Each carafe holds 850ml and can be used for water, wine or other liquids.
Schnapps Set
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
Schnapps Carafe and reversible shot glasses, Sterling Silver, 2013
Rocking Milk and Cream Carafes
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
Rocking Milk and Cream Carafes, Sterling Silver, 90x150x60. These carafes gently rock on a curved base and appear to be conversing with each other. Hallmarked in the London Assay Office.
Rocking Milk and Cream Carafes
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
Rocking Milk and Cream Carafes, Sterling Silver, 90x150x60. These carafes gently rock on a curved base and appear to be conversing with each other. Hallmarked in the London Assay Office.
Whirling Beakers
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
These beakers, whirl, spin, rock and rest at an angle - but never fall. Designed to mirror the play of conversation around a table. Britannia Silver, hallmarked in the London Assay Office.

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Disciplines Metal work, Silversmithing
Materials Metal

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