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|Collection:||Applied Art - Metalwork|
|Date:||2000 - 2001|
|Designer:||Keith Tyssen - View biography for Keith Tyssen|
This group of vessels is created using a double-walled construction technique, the air gap between the walls is intended to insulate the drink. The apparent thickness of the walls creates a feeling of 'solidity' to the eye and to the touch. It is made from a modern form of pewter, consisting of 92-5% tin and copper.
|Contemporary Art Society Special Collection Scheme|
|Production Period:||21st Century|
|Medium:||Hand-built with brushed finish.|
|Place of Origin:||Sheffield, England|