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Steve Wager



Steve Wager began silversmithing in a shed in the East End at the age of 12. He spent a short time with Michael Murray before undertaking a pre apprentice course at Sir John Cass School of Art and then taking a full apprenticeship with Algernon Asprey. On completion Asprey had amalgamated and Steve spent 25 years working as a craftsman for them. In 2002 he was made redundant and set up by himself, now working in Hatton Garden. His clients include the Royal Family and Sultans of Brunei and Oman. He has made and designed many trophies including the Cricket World Cup, Ryder Cup and for Ascot and polo matches.
STEVE WAGER Large Silver 'Salmon' Goblet
London
Fully Hallmarked 
Height: 19.5cm
Diameter: 9cm (top)
Weight:464g

£ 1,350.00
STEVE WAGER Silver 'Hatto' Bowl & Ladle
London 2006
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."

£ 695.00