Molten Kiddush Cup

€115,00 EUR Sale Save

SKU143321

The Molten Collection takes its inspiration from the lore of ancient craftsmanship and the application of these time-honored techniques to modern shapes and environments. It is about the transformation of "industrial" to "beautiful", "technical" to "lyrical". The collection also strives to represent the clean lines and minimal atmosphere associated with the ideals of contemporary life and progressive design. Intricately hand welded edges make each piece an individual work of art, with no two pieces being identical.

"The Molten Collection represents a way of living, which I really love - streamlined, timeless shapes ... objects which reverberate with the skill of their maker and yet do not fit into a traditional interpretation of craft. For me, the pieces possess a soulfulness and organic energy only possible through the handmade process. Each piece of Molten is made by a craftsman dropping individual welds along the edge of the object, not for the function of joinery but for the beauty and spontaneous quality that molten metal can create."

DETAILS & MATERIALS

  • 15.2 cm H
  • 7.62 cm Dia.
  • Nickelplate
  • Stainless Steel

Michael is highly inspired by his surroundings and often makes sculptures of objects that might otherwise be overlooked in the everyday. Nature is his biggest muse, as is the handmade process.

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The Three M's

MICHAEL IS HIGHLY INSPIRED BY HIS SURROUNDINGS AND OFTEN MAKES SCULPTURES OF OBJECTS THAT MIGHT OTHERWISE BE OVERLOOKED IN THE EVERYDAY. NATURE IS HIS BIGGEST MUSE, AS IS THE HANDMADE PROCESS.

Michael

Trained as a painter, sculptor, and art historian, Michael has neatly applied his diverse background to the decorative arts.

Motif

Nature is his biggest muse, as is the handmade process. His work combines the imperfections innate in the handmade process.

Making

Today, over 200 artisans work alongside him in his workshop where the same creative interaction between artist and artisan remains.