Cutlery Design – Prize Giving 2023

Last night we celebrated the winners of the Cutlery Design Competition at the Prize Giving.  The Senior Warden kindly stepped in for the Master at the presentation. Winner – Dianrui Fu, Royal College of Art  Runner up – Yosef Salihmurad, … Read More

Cutlery Design Competition 2023

The Contemporary Cutlery Design Competition 2023 received 43 high quality entries from students at 12 colleges and several recent graduates.  The judges chose the following winners.  The winning design by Dianrui Fu from the Royal College of Art is currently … Read More

Hall Tour and Mudlarking

Monika Buttling-Smith presenting her fantastic Mudlark Collection at recent Hall Tour.  

More Mudlarking

Dear Liverymen and Freemen, The Totally Thames Festival 2021 is taking place 1-30 September with a packed and very interesting programme.  See more here.  We will be opening the Hall and the very lovely Mudlark people will yet again be sharing their … Read More

And the winner is…

Hand by Anli Hou Anli is a postgraduate student in Jewellery and Metal Design at the Royal College of Art.  She receives a prize of £750 and get to have her cutlery made in a collaborative process.  This should be … Read More

Runner Up

Silhoutte by Lise Vester Lise is a postgraduate student in Design Products at the Royal College of Art. She receives a prize of £250. “Cutlery is probably the most intimate object and most useful tool we use in our home … Read More

Highly Commended

Eat, Feed, Devour by Finn Banwell Finn is a first-year student in Metalwork at West Dean College. “In 2021 food should be sustainable and local. We should be close to our food. My cutlery design brings us closer to our … Read More

Contemporary Cutlery Design Competition

We received a large number of entries of a very high standard, and the judges had their work cut out. The diversity and creativity of materials, techniques and design narratives was absolutely fascinating. After carefully reviewing all the entries the … Read More

Art Lecture ‘Painting Time’

The Master & Mistress Clockmaker are inviting anyone who may be interested to ‘Painting Time’, an art lecture that combines the concept of time with the language of painting.  To be presented by Art Historian Michael Howard.  The lecture will … Read More

New Liveryman

Georga Godwin was clothed as a Liveryman on 3 December 2020.  Georga has been a very active member of the Company since joining and taking part in everything possible with enthusiasm.  She is human rights lawyer specialising in mental health … Read More