A modern fine silver “Soughing Wood Vessel”

A modern fine silver “Soughing Wood Vessel”
Edinburgh 2015 by Yusuke Yamamoto

Standing on a smooth, round base, the subtly vaulted body is decorated throughout with vegetal foliage on a matted ground and terminated by a wavy upper edge. An outstanding fine and highly impressive work with an almost sculptural quality by one of Britain’s leading artist silversmiths.
An overview of other objects by Yusuke Yamamoto can be found here.

Yusuke Yamamoto studied from 2000 – 2004 at the Musashino Art University in Tokyo and perfected his technical skills in countless courses and private lessons, including in the workshops of Malcolm Appleby and Ray Walton. As a specialist in the field of silversmithing and surface design, he became also assistant in the class for metalwork at Musashino Art University from 2005 – 2010 and a guest lecturer at the Glasgow School of Art from 2012 – 2014. From 2010 – 2012 he was in artistic collaboration with Hiroshi Suzuki for whom he was responsible of surface treatment. Yusuke Yamamoto’s highest level of craftsmanship in surface design is on the one hand in the tradition of Japanese silversmithing and yet still has its own signature, coupled with an inconceivable perfection.

20.4 cm / 8.03″ tall, 14 cm / 5.51″ diameter; 872.4 g / 30.77 oz