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The Process

Daniels' process for his “Tranquillity” collection is similar to the production of Damascus steel, but deliberately fire-welded at a lower temperature to embrace the cracks that are normally seen as being ‘flaws’. Daniel begins with a plethora of thin sheets of material that are stacked and heated in a propane-fuelled furnace, warmed up to 1000 degrees Celsius to facilitate the fusion of carbon atoms. For his “Perspective” collection, traditional armoury techniques are applied to hand forge the material into its archetypal ceramic form, using wooden moulds. Following this process, the sheet is then raised to create the overall form. Depending on the piece, controlled rusting is encouraged, or discouraged with the application of a layer of specialised wax.
The Process

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