Diameter: 13.5 cm
Angela (born 1937) was Dunstan Pruden's daughter and initially taught by him before studying at Brighton Cllege of Art and also had an interest ib sculpture. She worked for her father before going to live at Piggotts, Eric Gill's alternative community near Hugh Wycombe. Here she met Phillip (born 1937) in 1960 and married a year later. He became interested in silver and worked for George Grant for 2 years before they both moved to Gloucestershire and worked together producing domestic and ecclesiastical silver, always hand raised. Phillip had a serious motor accident in 1985 and stopped working as a silversmith.
Diameter: 1/ 4 inch - 2/ 6 inch - 3/ 8 inch
Width: 1/ 7 inch - 2/ 22 inch - 3/ 29 inch
Price: 1/ £1950 - 2/ £3500 - 3/ £4500
Usually kept in stock - please phone for current price and availability
Graduate of the Royal College of Art and the Goldsmiths' Company 'Young Designer of the Year 2002'
Her vessels are in the V & A in London and Millennium Galleries, Sheffield
Small 12cm diameter, 8ozs, £695
Large 20cm diameter, 25ozs, £1650
Bespoke made for Styles Silver with our makers mark
This item is made to order so delivery is usually about one month
Fully Hallmarked Silver (Sheffield)
Styles Silver Makers mark
Can be mounted on wood plinth with silver band as per image (at extra cost)
(Also available in larger size)
Height: 18 cm
Steve Wager says: " 'The Hatto Bowl', named in memory of Margot Hatto, a German Jew rescued by a handsmoe intelligence officer in WWII. I taught Margot the art of silver smithing and we became close friends for over 20 years until her passing in 2002. She graciously left me her entire smithng workshop which included the designs for the bowl."