GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984
Lot 120
GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot
Camberwell School of Art, London 1984
Sold for £ 7,500 (US$ 9,421) inc. premium

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GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984 GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot Camberwell School of Art, London 1984
GARY MORGA: A unique silver plated teapot
Camberwell School of Art, London 1984
Domed form, applied with an angular rectangular handle and a conformed geometric spout, enclosing the geometric pull-off cover with a trapezoidal finial, the body etched with geometric lines, height 19cm.

Footnotes

  • Images reproduced by kind permission of Gary Morga.

    This lot also includes the two wooden moulds, card cut-outs / templates used by Gary Morga whilst designing and during construction. Also with copied pages from his note book whilst at Camberwell School of Arts, where working sketches of the tea pot are shown.

    Exhibition: 'The Metal Vessel' Contemporary metalwork by 15 British craftsmen, The Scottish Gallery, 4 July - 10 August 1988. Illustrated in the exhibition catalogue.

    Gary Morga was born in Edinburgh in 1956. He studied 3D design, silversmithing and metalwork at the Camberwell School of Arts. In 1984 he finished his studies with his masterpiece, the tea pot. After his studies he set up his own studio and also collaborated with several contemporary designers, including the Memphis Group in Milano.
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