A group of five cast candleholders inspired by the shapes and contours of the thatched roofs.
A set of three vases built of layered straw and cast in brass.
A sunburst of straw fans out in gorgeous gold cast brass creating a sculptural and functional vessel.
A long tray made from straw and then cast in brass to make irregular sculptural edges and handles.
Gently uneven and textured edges in cast brass delicately reflect the mottled texture of the wonderful Brazilian Lacewood base.
A vase that shows the flexible and supple nature of parchment.
An elegant tray made from natural parchment stretched over a curving form and supported by brass sides and legs.
Three candleholders made with exquisite rock crystal, rich with inclusions and raised on bulbed bronze feet.
A mighty chunk of rock crystal has been carved by hand to create an ice bucket seemingly made from solid ice.
Wine glasses carved from solid rock crystal to create undulating luxurious drinking vessels.
A group of warm bowls inspired by Alexander’s early years in Kenya where the family home was always full of baskets and woven boxes.
Boxes inspired by the flat-topped pyramid form of the Mayan temples Alexander saw aged 16 on a wonderful trip to Mexico.
Mantle – the seabed, caught and dappled by the sun in the shallows.