SILVER AND SILVER-GILT
Each with plain rising circular base and spiral-fluted slightly baluster stem terminating in five branches, each with plain socket socket and with a central silver-gilt flame finial
each 53 cm. high
ALEXANDER BROGDEN (b.1954)
Alexander Brogden was born in Rochford and trained at the Middlesex Polytechnic and the Royal College of Art specialising in silverwork and jewellery and in 1986 was awarded the B. Yehia Memorial Prize for Outstanding Metalwork at the Royal College of Art.
He has been a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art, Leicester Polytechnic and Camberwell College of Art.
His commissions include a rose-water bowl for Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, a pair of processional tapers for Lichfield Cathedral, a fluted dish for the Goldsmiths’ Company and centrepieces for David Battie and Sir Anthony Jacobs (1988). He is currently an advisor to the Modern Plate committee of the Goldsmiths’ Company.