Not currently on display at the V&A

Cream Jug

1994 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Kevin O'Dwyer is a full-time practising silversmith with an international reputation. The wavy handle of this jug is a characteristic feature of much of his work. It is formed from a flat sheet of silver, tapered and forged. O'Dwyer achieved the pattern on the body by passing a sheet of silver, sandwiched between two etched steel plates, through a high-pressure rolling mill.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Silver
Style
Credit line
Given by Mr and Mrs Simons
Object history
Mr & Mrs Simons Gift

Kevin O'Dwyer is a full time practising silversmith with an international reputation. The wavy handle of this jug, formed from a flat sheet of silver, tapered and forged is a characteristic feature of much of his work. The pattern on the body is achieved by passing a sheet of silver, sandwiched between two etched steel plates through a high pressure rolling mill.
Summary
Kevin O'Dwyer is a full-time practising silversmith with an international reputation. The wavy handle of this jug is a characteristic feature of much of his work. It is formed from a flat sheet of silver, tapered and forged. O'Dwyer achieved the pattern on the body by passing a sheet of silver, sandwiched between two etched steel plates, through a high-pressure rolling mill.
Collection
Accession Number
M.59-1997

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record createdMarch 3, 2004
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