|Of all the silversmiths at this time, Australian Stuart Devlin (12) probably produced the largest range of items, not only in silver but also furniture and jewellery as well as designing coins. He produced a lot of commissioned items but was an early master of the 'limited edition' - a run of maybe 100 or 300 numbered items with signed authentication certificate and original packaging. The art of the silversmith, from the textured surface to gilding; various forms of oxidization to achieve different coloured metal; enamelling, stone setting and pierced-lacework can often be seen in one small object.. These items were, and still are, very collectable. Devlin held regular yearly exhibitions to showcase his new creations.