Malcolm Appleby was born in 1946. He studied at Central School of Art, Sir John Cass and the Royal College of Art in London before establishing his studio in Scotland in 1969. A silversmith and metal engraver, known for his imaginative use of line and form, he considers gold “just another lovely material to work with.”

Malcolm's silversmithing collection can be viewed here

Public Collections include:

National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh; Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Crafts Council, London.

This March 2019, 50 Golden Years in Scotland will celebrate Malcolm Appleby and hopes to capture the beautiful, creative studio space that he has developed. The Gallery hosted a special exhibition in January 2016 to celebrate Malcolm Appleby's 70th birthday.


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