Item number: 58161
An excellent pair of fine silver “Wave” napkin rings
London 2012 by Miriam Hanid
Circular in cross section with partially gilded waves and terminating into the curved edges.
A very elegant pair of napkin rings by one of England’s most brilliant modern artist silversmiths. Individual silver works by Miriam Hanid can be found in public and private collections as outstanding works of contemporary silversmithing. Various exhibitions, numerous awards and prizes already pay tribute to her exceptional œuvre. For example, a sterling silver centrepiece designed and executed by her form spart of the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. As one of a few young silversmiths, she can also point to her first commissions for the English royal family.
Miriam Hanid’s work is characterised by an unusual, often vegetal-influenced design paired with excellent craftsmanship, which realises objects that blur the boundaries between an object of everyday use and a sculptural artwork.
4 cm / 1.57″ diameter, circa 3.8 cm / 1.49″ tall; 42.3 g / 1.49 oz and 41.4 g / 1.46 oz
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