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A set of six parcel-gilt silver beakers, Stuart Devlin, London, 1968
tapering form, with cast vermicular decoration
11cm., 4 3/8 in. high
2233.5gr., 71oz. 16dwt.
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Stuart Devlin AO CMG, was born in Geelong, Australia in 1931. He trained at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and, in 1958, won a scholarship to study silversmithing under Professor Robert Goodden at the Royal College of Art, London. By 1963 his reputation had strengthened to such a point he was asked to design the new Australian decimal coinage. In 1965 Devlin set up a workshop in Clerkenwell, London and the following year he employed his first craftsman. His work is defined by a wide variety of textures and filigree forms created and designed in his workshop. Between 1975 and 1985 he held a prestigious showroom in Conduit Street London before becoming Prime Warden of the Goldsmiths Company in 1996. He died earlier in 2018 at the age of 86.

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