ABIGAIL BROWN

Abigail graduated from Loughborough University School of Art & Design in 2001.  Now based in Cornwall, she specialises in a hand raising and sinking technique to create her distinctive contemporary silver vessels and bowls.

Large "Gothic" Fruit Bowl

About Abigail

She has evolved this traditional form of silversmithing over several years of professional practice including two year long residencies; one at Bishopsland Workshops in Oxfordshire, and one with Prof Dorothy Hogg MBE at Edinburgh College of Art.  Abigail works to commission and produces primarily one off pieces for exhibition and collections.  She has a work in the public collection at the National Museum Wales in Cardiff and has recently exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

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Large Square Fruit Bowl

Large Square Fruit Bowl

Hand sunk and planished. Fine silver. National Museum Wales, Cardiff.

Round Boxes

Round Boxes

Fabricated with hand sunk and planished lid. Fine & sterling silver. Various sizes.

'Capsicum' Beakers

'Capsicum' Beakers

Hand raised, sunk and planished. Fine silver. 70x70x75mm.


'Enclose' Oval Bowl

'Enclose' Oval Bowl

Hand raised, sunk and planished. Fine silver.

'Fallen Leaves' Square Bowls

'Fallen Leaves' Square Bowls

Hand sunk and planished. Fine silver. Various sizes.

'Folds' Bangles

'Folds' Bangles

Hand formed and planished. Sterling silver. 40mm wide & 20mm wide.


'Indulgence' Bowl

'Indulgence' Bowl

Hand raised, sunk and planished. Fine silver. Private collection.

'Swirling' Bowl

'Swirling' Bowl

Hand raised and planished. Fine silver. 80x180mm dia

Square Fruit Bowl

Square Fruit Bowl

Hand sunk and planished. Fine silver.


'Enclose' Oval Bowl

'Enclose' Oval Bowl

Hand raised. Fine silver. 2008

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