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Britannia Silver Bowl
Double skinned and Oxidized'
A quiet, calmingly still, tactile silver bowl.
Darkly oxidised and by intention, never to be cleaned with metal polish! Designed to be used and enjoyed. 'This bowl was exhibited at the Launch of British Silver Week at Goldsmiths' Hall, London 2nd June 2009
Large Diameter:242cm
Height: 68mm
Weight: 1.270 Kg
POA

Small: Diameter: 172mm Weight:600gms Silver on Copper or Britannia Silver POA 
Flared Drinking Vessel
Double-skin construction
Height: 125mm
Silver on Copper
Britania Standard Silver

Price on Application 
KEITH TYSSEN Silver Candelabrum

Keith Tyssen/Jack Spencer
Sheffield 1966
Base 17.5cm X17.5 cm
SOLD

Prototype for the Topham Trophy Steeplechase at Aintree. It didn't win the competition but the Goldsmiths Company commissioned a six light candelabrum with hors d'oevre dishes for their Modern Collection. Keith was in partnership with Jack Spencer at the time and they made this prototype to test the tricky form prior to constructing the larger piece.Now in the Pearson Silver CollectionSee 'Treasures of the 20th Century' page 79 for illustration of the complete version
Pair Silver Chess Pieces
Height: 10.8 cm on rosewood bases Pair unmarked silver King and Queen chess pieces made by Keith Tyssen in his first year at the Royal College of Art in 1958. These took Keith over 250 hours each to make and he had the idea to make a whole chess set - but this never materialised. http://www.keithtyssen.co.uk/archive/chrono/0/item/king-and-queen-two-chess-pieces (1 ball missing from the King's crown)

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Silver Caddy Spoon
Made as a one off for BSW

Silver riveted on to Mother of Pearl

SOLD
Silver Chocolate Pot
London 1958
Keith Tyssen

Designed at the beginning of his 2nd year at the Royal College of Art.
Maker Tom Boucher the RCA Technician - Silversmith
Rosewood Knob and Handle
Weight: 440g
Height: 16cm
Length: 18cm

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