Height: 52.5 cm
Widest part of the bowl is 22 cm
"Silversmithing supremo Malcolm Appleby scooped the Argex -British Silver Week prize for the most original piece. This was an exceptional piece of silversmithing by the country's foremost artist-engraver at the height of his silversmithing skills, whose work is hugely collectable."(Gordon Hamme - June 2009 'The Goldsmith' magazine)
Height: 4.5 cm
Diameter: 5.2 cm
Weight: 108 gm
Hand engraved to base: MALCOLM APPLEBY THE WIND OF CHNGE (sic)
Harold Macmillan: The Wind of Change Speech - Address by Harold Macmillan to Members of both Houses of the Parliament of the Union of South Africa, Cape Town, 3 February 1960
Made in Britannia Silver
Asymmetric Slashed Beaker- form inspired by overlapping bark of Scottish Pine Trees. Raised, cut, soldered and part gilt.
Fully Hallmarked Silver
Diameter: 3 cm
The Goldsmiths' Company Art Director was appointed as Consultant Art Director for the Royal Mint so the Company started an Art Medal Collection. In 1973 the first major art medal exhibition, 'Medals Today', opened at Goldsmiths' Hall. Malcolm Appleby designed two as souvenirs of the exhibition - struck in bronze from his hand-engraved dies: 'Bird of Destiny', a Rook and Stork conjoined, and 'Human Butterfly', a face within a butterfly's body.
The Royal Mint struck both of these and also a Limited Edition in silver showing both obverse sides - this in numbered 39/100
Height: 6.5 cm
Diameter: 8 cm
"No No No"Margaret Thatcher's speech to the House of Commons on 30 October 1990 about the European Councils meeting in Rome. This is a series of Political Beakers he has made, all one offs.
Silver Battle of Trafalgar Medal
Width: 7.5 cm
With box and certificate
Made to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.Limited edition: 35 of 500 (Original price £474) Malcolm was the winner of the Gold Award for engraving and Silver award for modelling from the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths' for this in 2006.