A spectacular modern sterling silver `Coral´ spoon
A spectacular modern sterling silver `Coral´spoon
London 2011 by Rauni Higson
Entirely wrought surface, the polished bowl passing into the hollow stem, terminating into the spreading, coral-like shaped end wich shows a satin finish.
A masterfully accomplished spoon of breathtaking grace and elegance. A unique item from one of Britain´s leading silversmiths which fully can be used as a spoon but furthermore has a highly decorative, near sculptural nature.
For other works by Rauni Higson please see here.
Regarded as one of Britain’s leading silversmiths, Rauni Higson is known for distinctive sculptural tableware, largely working to commission, including six pieces housed in the Goldsmiths’ Company Collection. Recent commissions include the National Museum of Wales, the Worshipful Company of Clothworkers, the Worshipful Company of Weavers and the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries. She was Chair of Contemporary British Silversmiths from 2014 to 2017.
15.7 cm / 6.18″ length; 28.1 g / 0.99 oz