Tilia

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Acquired in 2013 (the spelunker thinks)

artist
William Welch
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collection_code
MET
credit
Given by Studio William Welch Ltd
date_end
2006-04-30
date_start
2006-04-01
date_text
2006 (designed)
descriptive_line
Table knife from a seven piece cutlery place setting, "Tilia", stainless steel, mirror finish, designed by William Welch 2006
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history_note
The simplicity of the clean, flowing form makes "Tilia" a very elegant and sophisticated pattern. Tilia trees are large deciduous trees generally referred to as lime in Britain. The exact number of species of Tilia is subject to considerable debate as many if not most of the species hybridise readily, both in the wild and under cultivation.
id
1123969
label
last_checked
2014-08-31T20:32:53.000Z
last_processed
2014-08-31T20:32:53.000Z
latitude
52.194135
location
In Storage
longitude
-1.707269
marks
materials
stainless steel
materials_techniques
Stainless steel 18/10, forged and polished to a mirror finish
museum_number
M.33:1-2013
museum_number_token
m3312013
object_number
O1274581
object_type
Table knife
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physical_description
place
Stratford-upon-Avon
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production_note
production_type
Mass produced
public_access_description
The simplicity of the clean, flowing form makes "Tilia" a very elegant and sophisticated pattern. Tilia trees are large deciduous trees generally referred to as lime in Britain. The exact number of species of Tilia is subject to considerable debate as many if not most of the species hybridise readily, both in the wild and under cultivation.
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1
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slug
tilia-table-knife-william-welch
sys_updated
2014-08-13T00:00:00.000Z
techniques
forging, polishing
title
Tilia
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year_end
2006
year_start
2006