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Lot 478

Lot 478KYOSUN JUNG: A hand engraved silver and leather clutch bag London 2016 £5,200 - 5,500

RUB 400,000 - 420,000

DECORATIVE ART AND DESIGN

27 Sep 2017, 10:00 BST

London, KnightsbridgeLot Details KYOSUN JUNG: A hand engraved silver and leather clutch bag London 2016

Titled 'Silver and Leather Clutch'.

Rectangular wirework and hand engraved between each wire, with blue leather sides and red leather interior, height 10.8cm, length 24cm, weight total 495gms. Footnotes

'Silver and Leather Clutch' was exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of the celebrated Silver Speaks 'Idea to Object' exhibition, organised by the Contemporary British Silversmiths.

KYOSUN JUNG'S clutch bag is inspired by a study of the Bokjumeoni, a lucky pouch worn especially at New Year with the Korean traditional dress known as Hanbok. The wirework featured on the outside of the bag derives from Jung's research into contemporary architecture as well as fashion and fabrics. Jung's methods of manufacture involve wire drawing, making paper maquettes and creating copper and leather models prior to making each piece. For this unique bag she has hand-formed rectangular wires, welding them in place using PUK welding technology before soldering each wire individually. Hand-engraving between each wire further accentuates their linear qualities. Leather (blue cow hide and red goatskin).

Kyosun Jung is an award-winning silversmith based in London at the Goldsmiths' Centre. She designs and makes a wide range of contemporary silverware, jewellery and art medals. She has work included in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the British Museum, the Goldsmiths' Company, American Numismatic Society and Harrow School.

She won First Prize at the Young Designer Silversmith Awards in 2013, the nationwide student scheme run by the Goldsmiths' Company. In 2014 she won multiple awards in the Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council (GCDC) Craftsmanship and Design Awards, regarded as the premier industry competition that rewards excellence in craftsmanship and design. These included a Gold Award in the Finished Pieces Craft, and then the Major Awards of Best Junior and Podolsky Awards. Activities Request condition report Download Conditions of Sale Go to Silver Auction information Buyers' Obligations

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