Henning Koppel's Bowl 1068 has a remarkable resemblance to a piece of abstract art, a sculpture. Koppel, being a trained sculptor himself, had a unique gift for designing. An extraordinary design, the bowl rests on three totally different points; the first being the bottom of the bowl itself, the second a leg formed by an extension of the rim of the bowl and the third a rather pointy leg projecting out at an angle. A triumph of total asymmetry!
The bowl is raised by hand from a very heavy flat piece of silver after the same principles as the Covered Dish 1026.
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