SHOW: Hollowware 31

Title:      Hollowware.
General:    This is a Sterling Silver Chafing dish with Brazilian Rosewood
            handle, and a Sterling Silver warmer. The Dish is approximately
            10 Inches ( 25 cm ) in diameter.

Material:   Sterling Silver.
Method:     Raised, Constructed, Forged.
Finish:     Polished.
Designer:   Walraven van Heeckeren.
Craftsman:  Walraven van Heeckeren.

Price:      AUS $ 20000.00.


        STERLING SILVER is a binary Silver alloy consisting of:
                        925 parts/1000 Pure Silver and
                        75 parts/1000 Pure Copper.
 Annealing temperature: 750 degrees Celsius.
   Melting Temperature: 950 degrees Celsius.



                Raising is a method of shrinking sheet metal in order to
                        form hollow shapes.  For instance:  a bowl, or a
                        jug may be raised from flat sheet metal in one
                        single   piece.    During  the  process  the  metal
                        actually thickens.



    FORGING is a method of deforming metal with a hammer on an anvil.
                In the case of Sterling Silver and the Karat Golds, this
                must be done COLD!  If a hot forging is attempted the
                precious metals will just crumble.  In their PURE form
                Silver and Gold will allow HOT forging, but there is no
                benefit to be gained.