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Split Bowl Collection

About this project

This project developed from a collection of six bowls that explored how far the form of a bowl could be taken before it ceased to be a bowl. The bowls are available in different sizes and materials - from pairs of salt and pepper to large bowls in silver or patinated silver plate. Like all of my work, the pieces are both sculptural and functional.

Pricing

£600 — £3500

Keywords

bowl, sculpture, tableware, silversmithing, metalwork, bowls, functional, function, handmade, silver

Disciplines

Metal work, Silversmithing

Materials

Metal
Salt and Pepper Split Bowls
Photographer: The Goldsmiths' Company
Salt and Pepper Split Bowls, Gilded Sterling Silver, 90 x 40mm, 2012. Hallmarked in the London Assay Office
Britannia Silver Split Bowls
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
Britannia Silver Split Bowls, 120x120 and 150x150mm. Sculptural and functional, the bowls can be used for berries, fruit or other consumables. Hallmarked in the London Assay Office
Large Sterling Silver Split Bowl
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
A very large sterling silver fruit bowl, 250x250mm. Sculptural and functional, the piece is very effective as a fruit bowl. Hallmarked in the London Assay Office
Large and medium patinated split bowls
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
Patinated silver plate, each bowl is unique: whilst the palette of colours may be reproduced, the pattern of the colour will never be identical.
Patinated Split Bowl
Photographer: Sussie Ahlburg
Patinated silver plate, each bowl is unique: whilst the palette of colours may be reproduced, the pattern of the colour will never be identical. 250x250mm

Previous project

Other Bowls

Disciplines Metal work, Silversmithing
Materials Precious metal, Metal

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Conversational Vessels

Disciplines Silversmithing
Materials Metal
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