Last year I've started my first Silver workshop. Which in fact was ' quite easy' since it didn't involve any silver! We where supposed to design our own bowl and cover. It meant turning a wax model of the bowl and tight fitted lid. And already work out parts of the design in the wax model. But since the wax model is very fragile we couldn't make all parts of the design at this stage. I finally achieved this bowl and when I was working on the inside of the bowl I completly ruined it, in a split second half of the bowl was gone!
So I had to start all over, but this time I knew how the lathe worked and how you can achieve the shape of your wax model so the second bowl was made in far more less time.
A lot of sanding and refining the pattern on the bowl and lid was the first step and get rid of the casting seams. Create screw-tread for the handle part. We also needed to solder the parts on the bowl for the handles and hinges. But there was a problem with the burners but eventualy that could be fixed and due to the time pressure Jens did that job for us during the last day.
The workshop was very interesting and I've learned a lot of new skills and discovered that working with Silver isn't scary but a lot of fun!
And this is how it looks when it stands on the dining table.