Rauni Higson | Products | Rivulet beaker |
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About Rauni Higson

Hand wrought sculptural silverware. Pictured is the Processional Cross, sterling silver and Ash wood, commissioned by Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (Height 2.3m, 7'6"), 2020.

Further Info

Specialised in
Raising and other traditional silversmithing techniques, Hammer forming, Fabrication, Synclastic and Anticlastic forming. Specialising in contemporary sculptural commissions including ecclesiastical, trophies, corporate and private clients.
Open to the Public?
Yes, by appointment only
Provides Course / Training


LL54 6AR

Rivulet beaker

Enjoy drinking pure water, or your favourite tipple, from this tactile beaker, which feels as comfortable in your hand as it does to sip from. The curves of the simple ‘hammer chased’ decoration are inspired by the paths that water chooses for itself, whether that is a trickle of rainwater down a window pane, or a cascade down a mountain side. The soft satin finish contrasts with the polished highlights of the textured spines, and the brightly burnished edge.

Each piece is hammered individually, so no two are identical, they are made to order in our North Wales studio workshop. Britannia silver, gilded interior, hallmarked in London.