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Richard Fox

Richard Fox disliked metalwork at school, but at Hornsey College of Art studying jewellery under Keith Redfern in 1974 was shown 3D design and started silversmithing. He studied under Gerald Benney at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 1981. In 1983 he received his first commission from the Goldsmiths' Company, a pair of 4 branch candelabra - more were to follow. In 1984 he designed and made his first motor racing trophy and he has continued to do work for Bernie Ecclestone since, producing the current Formula One Drivers' World Championship trophy in 1995. He has also produced work for Garrard, Bulgari, 10 Downing Street and even a chalice given to the Pope by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
We are always interested in purchasing work by Malcolm Appleby 

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RICHARD FOX Silver 'ABOVO' Knife & Fork
London 1989

Length knife: 21.5 cm

Stainless steel blade

Richard designed this service as a 7 piece place setting while at the Royal College of Art. Despite orders from leading stores for a stainless steel version, he could not find finance for the tooling, only the production costs. He did make a few sets in silver, one for an experimental auction of contemporary silver in the late 1980's. He was pleased when this achieved £5000 as they normally retailed for about £3000 at the time.

£ 275.00
RICHARD FOX Silver 'Riviera' Jug
Fully Hallmarked

The jugs have Olive wood handles and are made in sterling silver with 24ct hard gold plate interior.An example was purchased by The Goldsmiths' Company for their Modern Silver collection.Riviera Jugs - named because the front reminds him of the bow of a ship - indulgence and boats reminds him of the French Riviera

Available in Four Sizes
Miniature 9.5cm POA
Small 12.5cm £1400
Medium 17cm £2375
Large £9000

Not always kept in stock please email for availability 
X Millennium Canteen Catalogue
Catalogue when Sheffield City Council commissioned a canteen to be made for the Millennium

Including work by Brian Asquith, Michael Bolton,
William Phipps, Richard Fox, Julie Chamberlain, etc.

In total 37 Silversmiths

Well illustrated       
£ 10.00