O'Dwyers silverware, teapots and candelsticks are truly dramatic in design. Each beautiful handcrafted piece defies convention. Indeed, their ambiguity blurs the boundaries between function, fashion and pure sculpture


Artizana Gallery

Ramez Ghazoul 

​Director

The future of silver is in the hands of modern craftsmen such as Kevin O'Dwyer who uses the wealth of past experience to forge ahead with new ideas.


The Ulster Museum

Elise Taylor

Curator of Silver

O'Dwyer integrates the traditional metalwork of his ancestors with a modernist aesthetic, and achieves a remarkable crossover between the ancient and the comtemporary.


Metal In and Out of Time

Society of North American Goldsmiths

​John Grande

When it comes to crafting silver, this Irishman could be considered something of an alchemist given his power to convert this unyielding material into timeless objects of pleasure and purpose.


An Argent Lover

Objets De Lux Silverware

Aashmita Nayar

Kevin J. O'Dwyer

Silverware / Jewellery / Objet de Vertu

The Ultimate in Sterling

Architectural Digest

Much Like himself, O'Dwyer's work is an unconventional mix of tradition and innovation. Dramatic and elegant in its form, the work engages the viewer to look beyond the main object to the space that surrounds. It whirls in a frozen dervish dance that embraces the air and makes the negative form part of the piece.


A Sparkling Party

Michelle Bufano

​Executive Director of Chihuly Garden and Glass