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Graham Stewart
Graham Stewart

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Graham is a second generation designer gold and silversmith who studied at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen. He has been running his silversmithing and jewellery workshop and gallery in Dunblane since 1978 designing and producing innovative, clean-lined, sculptural items of silver. From high profile commemorative presentation pieces to fine quality functional silverware such as candlesticks, jugs, spoons, tumbler cups, bowls, quaichs, etc. Graham and his small, highly skilled team make the hand wrought silver using traditional techniques such as raising, spinning, cold forging, planishing and chasing.

He is well known for his use of fine hand-cut engraving and carving which is incorporated in much of his work. He also produces a small range of fine gold and silver jewellery.

Graham's work can be found in Royal and Public collections. He was selected to design and make the "Three Honours" silver sculpture which was presented by Her Majesty the Queen to the Scottish Parliament on the Opening of Holyrood in 2004. The sculpture was commissioned by the Incorporation of Goldsmiths of the City of Edinburgh and is on public display in the new Parliament building.

Year Established: 1978

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