Modern Silver Cube Cruet Set & Bottle Holder

Keith Tyssen, Sheffield 1971
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A modern silver cruet set and bottle holder, the cubed shaped design with stamped and pierced decoration. The salt and pepper pots with screw-off bases with bayonet fittings.

By Keith Tyssen, Sheffield, 1971 - 1972.

The Bottle Holder 102mm high, the salt & pepper 51mm square.

See: 'Designer British Silver' by John Andrew & Derek Styles, page 472, for similar examples.

KEITH TYSSEN studied Art & Design from 1950 to 1955 achieving a 1st class Hons. NDD. in Silversmithing from Sheffield College of Arts & Crafts. He then did Postgraduate Studies at the Royal College of Art under Prof. Robert Goodden 1957 to 1960. From 1960 he taught in Sheffield. Following on retirement from a career in Higher Education and many stimulating years teaching aspects of 3-D Design with Silversmithing and Jewellery, plus 16 less enjoyable years as Head of Design Department through to Sheffield Hallam University, Keith has joyfully returned to pursue his passion for design and carefully producing useful artefacts in silver and in other metals, for Companies, Public Institutions, Religious Groups and for private Collectors, both to commission and via exhibitions.

Sold - P.O.A.

In good condition with no damage or repair
535.00 Grams (17.20 troy ounces)
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