The text of a much-loved poem by WH Auden, 'The More Loving One' provides a graphic basis for this lantern that also expresses something of a letter press.
A pair of bowls that represent the beautiful curves and forms of natural shales.
A carefully joined long box that is covered with various hand-finished gesso, lacquer and gilded surfaces.
Cast bronze boxes that are both sculpture and functional object.
A set of boxes combining fine woodwork and metal casting skills.
The Conique Box is made in teak using a tapered form construction borrowed from the elegant jewellery boxes of Java.
A deep chocolate lacquer groove and slit contrast with a white crackled gesso top.
First in a group of vessels that create sophisticated presentation pieces.
A mirror composed of forty eight interlocking oval and concave forms.
Inspired by an antique Japanese ikebana vessel, the twisted wood softens in bronze
The surface texture of these bronze vessels is rough and ancient. The gold interior emits a wonderful light
I wanted these bud vases to lean over, almost fall, and talk to each other and be both sharp and soft
Stunning votives made from horsehair, natural black lacquer and pure gold
The handcarved shagreen lid was inspired by mid century American craft pieces
Lost wax bronze quail
Bronze incense burner caste in the form of a goose and finished with an unusual gun metal patina.
A table lantern cut from rock crystal and adorned with pure gold lattice patterns.
Gently leaning, bronze bud vases.
A bronze pen holder with a surface like sycamore tree bark with its undulating texture and meandering lines.
Small, precious bronze boxes.
A group of beautifully scalloped shapes for the dining table
A group of small bottles made from Peking glass.
A solid piece of rock crystal is ground out to create a small box.