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Bowl 1402

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Allan Scharff describes nature as his best source of inspiration.

The bark of an old oak tree in a Danish forest, was the source of inspiration for Bowl 1402. What is hiding behind the furrowed surface is left to the imagination. The bowl is designed to be filled with sweets and could resemble a smal bark arm trying to grab or catch the hand trying to steal from it.

This unique hollowware piece is a new design by Allan Scharff.

  • Item number: 3526788
  • Materials: Sterling Silver
  • Measurements: H: 110 mm / 4.33 inches. Ø: 105 mm / 4.13 inches.
  • Design year: 2013
  • Note: The delivery time is subject to stock availability.

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Allan Scharff

At first glance, Allan Scharff ’s simple pieces could not be more different from the romantic, arts and craft style of Georg Jensen. However, they both spring from the same source, nature. Georg Jensen always claimed that nature was his greatest inspiration. The same is true for Scharff.

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At first glance, Allan Scharff ’s simple pieces could not be more different from the romantic, arts and craft style of Georg Jensen. However, they both spring from the same source, nature. Georg Jensen always claimed that nature was his greatest inspiration. The same is true for Scharff.

Allan Scharff began his professional career with Georg Jensen at the age of 18, where he earned an apprentice certificate as a silversmith specialised in hollowware. Since then many designs have been developed within hollowware, jewellery and glass. During the years Scharff has received many awards and his work has been widely exhibited worldwide. Today Allan Scharff works out of a studio in Copenhagen designing and executing jewellery and hollowware, many of them commissioned pieces.

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