CAMEL TRYPTICH

Drill and stipple engraving by James Denison-Pender on spun crystal, mounted on stainles steel stand. Height 30cm, width 42cm, depth 10cm.

Scenes from a camel fair in Nagaur, on the edge of the desert in Rajasthan, northern India. The engraving occupies both sides of three overlapping pieces of 24% lead crystal cut from spun discs. Most of the engraving is done with diamond and carborundum burrs in a hand-held drill. Stipple engraving has been used mainly for the faces.

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