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MIRANDA WATKINS - Candelabrum
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  • Composition: Pewter
  • Dimensions: Height: 20 cm Width: 11.6 cm
  • Product code:58006272FD
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The "Martini" cocktail set is part of the Gleam collection, designed in collaboration with pewter manufacturer A.R. Wentworth of Sheffield, and winner of The Eureka Design Award 2008. The pewter and cork set was commissioned for an exhibition curated by Lifestyle magazine and was selected for the permanent collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The clean curvilinear shapes and contemporary elegance of the industrial materials make this an unmissable and iconic British design set.
More about Miranda Watkins
With her distinctive fusion of minimalist refinement and structural precision, British designer Miranda Watkins creates innovative designs for the contemporary living. Entirely adaptable across space and scale, her designs bridge the boundaries between design and art. She creates objects that are thought provoking, visually engaging, often tactile, sometimes playful and always pleasing to use as well as to look at. She has the deepest respect for skill and technique, often working closely with highly skilled craftsmen.
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