Andrew Logan | From Earrings to Chandeliers

Coming up for auction we have two pieces by Andrew Logan, an English sculptor, jewellery maker and portraitist; he qualified in architecture in the late 1960s and has since worked in a variety of fields.


Andrew Logan is an English sculptor, jewellery maker and portraitist; he qualified in architecture in the late 1960s and has since worked in a variety of fields. He is part of the School of English Eccentrics, and his work is in numerous museums and private collections around the world.

Coming up for auction we have two pieces by Logan, the first, a pair of earrings by Andrew Logan (b.1945), purchased directly from Andrew Logan, c.1980, when the vendor worked for Zandra Rhodes in our 3 September Homes & Interiors Auction.

A pair of earrings by Andrew Logan (b.1945), purchased directly from Andrew Logan, c.1980, when the vendor worked for Zandra Rhodes.

Lot 50 - A pair of earrings by Andrew Logan (b.1945)

The second an 'Earth and Moon' chandelier, formed from mirror segments, pebbles and stones, made for Baroness Rawlings which forms part of our Fine Interiors Auction on 10 & 11 September.

Andrew Logan (British, b.1945), 1994, an 'Earth and Moon' chandelier

Lot 1 - Andrew Logan (British, b.1945), 1994, an 'Earth and Moon' chandelier

For more information regarding these items please contact 

auctions@sworder.co.uk | 01279 817778

 

 

 


 


 

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