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Silver teapot - Silver teapot set I/2011

Silver teapot set I/2011

  • Object:

    Silver teapot

  • Place of origin:

    South Korea (made)

  • Date:

    2011 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Jeon, Yong-Il 전용일 (Professor) (designer)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Sterling silver, nickel, hammered, fabricated, jointed.

  • Credit Line:

    Purchase funded by Samsung

  • Museum number:

    FE.43:1, 2-2014

  • Gallery location:

    Korea, Room 47g, case 3 []

Physical description

The teapot is a fresh reinterpretation of the humble brass or nickel-silver kettle commonly seen and used in Korea. Its particularity lies in its handle made of nickel, warm to the touch but heat resistant unlike its silver body. Jeon developed the traditional hammering technique to turn the cold flat metal sheet into a generous volume, combining straight and curvy lines that convey warmth and wholeness.
The white porcelain teacups were made by a potter and harmoniously complete the metal teapot.

Place of Origin

South Korea (made)

Date

2011 (made)

Artist/maker

Jeon, Yong-Il 전용일 (Professor) (designer)

Materials and Techniques

Sterling silver, nickel, hammered, fabricated, jointed.

Dimensions

Width: 220 mm, Width: 140 mm, Height: 190 mm

Descriptive line

One teapot with a 925-silver body and nickel handle.

Materials

Sterling silver; Nickel

Techniques

Hammering

Categories

Metalwork

Collection

East Asia Collection

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