80 x 50 mm approx
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Ray Walton the silversmith, established in 1983 after completing 4 years of study at Hornsey Art College and Medway College of Design.
In 1989 he was made Freeman of the Goldsmiths Company and has since then worked across a broad spectrum of decorative metalwork.
Three oval boxes with chased tops by Ray Walton, one engraved, one textured with the edge of a coarse file.
Ray Walton Silversmiths, established in 1983 after completing four years of study at Hornsey Art College and Medway College of Design. In 1989, he was made freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and has since then worked across a broad spectrum of decorative metalwork.
Ray has experience in many different areas of silversmithing and decorative metalwork. He also produces contemporary silver in his own designs or to commission. His work ranges from hand raised hollowware, forged cutlery, boxes, small-work and models; in fact silverware in any form.
Between 2009-2010 Ray was invited to tutor at Sir John Cass London Metropolitan University‘s Silversmithing course on a part-time basis. Most recently Ray has been involved with the new Goldsmiths’ Centre as a tutor of Silversmithing, whilst continuing with his own work.