Looking at work by American Silversmiths Michel Royston and Randy Stromsoe.
Tag Archives: Silver Spoons
The silver of Lucian Taylor and the processes used to create these bulbous forms.
This is part five in a series on how to make a baby spoon. This post shows the ultrasonic cleaning and photographs of the finished piece.
This is Part 3 of a series on how to make a silver baby spoon.
The second in a series of posts on making a spoon from scratch by Eileen Moylan, Irish Silversmith. While this example is in copper, the same methods apply to silver.
At the moment I’m making a simple child’s spoon to give me the opportunity to try out and show off my new stakes. Through this process I will demonstrate the various techniques used such as sinking, planishing and annealing. The first step involves designing and making a pattern for my spoon. As with all of …
I went looking up the phrase ‘born with a silver spoon in his mouth’ partly I’m exploring all this silver, but also because we welcomed a new nephew last week (not that he was born with a Silver spoon!)