A hand chased tumbler with simplified detail from leaf veins, almost blowing like the wind around the rounded form of the tumbler, continuing to its base.
Miriam designs and makes sculptural silver, inspired by movement and nature, especially water. Using signature chasing and engraving techniques she creates organic, tactile shapes from complex, detailed smaller vessels to bold centrepieces.
Some works are purely decorative while most also have a practical purpose. Commissions involve a close dialogue with clients.
Miriam also enjoys creating speculative pieces drawn from her own ideas; exploring new territory, and seeking out innovative concepts and processes. Her bespoke silverware is in private and public collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, Eton College, the Goldsmiths’ Company and the National Museum of Wales.