A Pair of Post War Silver Beakers by Stuart Devlin

This fine pair of silver beakers were made by Stuart Devlin in 1980, and are very fine quality. They each stand 13cm tall and weigh 404g total.

Stuart Devlin is the most renowned of the post war silversmiths, and highly collected. His work is very idiosyncratic as you can see, but quite beautiful. The patination and hammer marks on these beakers catch the light beautifully, especially in candlelight!

A stunning pair of modernist silver beakers by Stuart Devlin, and wonderful examples of post war design in silver.

Type: Cups
Function: drinking
Maker: Stuart Devlin
Country: England

Price: £ 1,650 GBP

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