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Rauni Higson is a leading British silversmith renowned for her distinctive sculptural tableware inspired by the rugged landscape of her home in Snowdonia, a rich backdrop of mountainous crags and rugged coastline in Wales.

Her work is featured in national collections such as the Goldsmiths’ Company and the Worshipful Company of Weavers as well as important commissions for Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral and HMS Prince of Wales.

Liverpool Cathedral Processional Cross

Major CommissionsPROCESSIONAL Cross & Acolyte CANDLES Commission case study Liverpool Met Cathedral Processional Cross and Acolyte Candles 2020  The processional cross and acolyte candles are unique to...

Wales Contemporary – Reawakening Exhibition

'Arete', Patinated Bronze and white metal, now showing in 'Wales Contemporary - Reawakening" exhibition - Monday 17th May - Saturday 19th June, 2021. Following a call for entries which saw the submission of...

Living National Treasures on BBC Radio Four

On Wednesday 11 March 2020, Rauni Higson was interviewed in her Snowdonia studio on BBC Radio 4 as part of the station’s Living National Treasures series. As the BBC programme site says: ‘We have become...

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Commission

At last, I can reveal what I've been working on for the longest time... the new Processional Cross for Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. The Cross, and accompanying Acolyte Candles, were used for the first...

Talk at Collect at the Saatchi Gallery 2019

Rauni Higson will be giving a Booth talk, entitled 'Silver Rocks; climbing inspirations' on the Ruthin Craft Centre stand at Collect, the international art fair for craft and design held at the Saatchi...

Collect 2019 at the Saatchi Gallery, London

Rauni Higson will be exhibiting at Collect, the international art fair for craft and design held at the Saatchi Gallery in London, with Ruthin Craft Centre Dates: 28 February to 3 March 2019 More...

Made for the Table Exhibition: Osterley House

The evolution of silver tableware and dining conventions from 1600 to today explored through the silver collection of the Goldsmiths' Company, displayed alongside other crafts and Osterley's rarely seen...

A Silver Renaissance: San Francisco Airport

'A Sterling Renaissance: British Silver Design 1957 to 2018' opened in October to great acclaim. This exhibition, located pre-security in the International Terminal in San Fransisco, highlights pieces of...