Work by Brian Clarke

Brian Clarke, Master Silversmith, has been practising silversmithing in his studio in Co Wicklow, Ireland, since the early 1970s.
Brian has worked on both commissioned and personal pieces in the areas of silversmithing, jewellery and sculpture.
Brian practises many techniques including Raising, Sinking, Anticlastic Raising, Chasing, Forging, Enamelling etc.
He has made many pieces for private, corporate, and religous clients. Some of these pieces include Trophies, Awards, Tea Pots, Coffee Pots, Bowls, Dishes, hand forged Spoons, Chalices, Ciboria, Croziers, Pectoral Crosses.
More recently brian has been involved in research into how some of the gold items in the National Museum in Dublin were made in Antiquity. He is credited with the discovery of how the Ribbon Torc was made and has revived the art of the ribbon torc having made mant experiments in Gold, Silver, Copper and Brass.
Recently Brian was commissioned by the National Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin , to make an exact replica of on of the Lunulae in their collection. This Lunula was forged from a small ingot of gold.
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