Part of a large commission for Barclays Bank DCO dining room.
Anthony bought the ecclesiastical firm Blunt & Wray with 15 employees to produce this service, his first large commission.
Height: 9.2 cm
Width: 13 cm
Cecil Frederick Colyer studied at Cambridge and spent time in Nigeria in the Colonial Service. Returning to England he ran a boys club at Uppingham School and during the war was a pilot instructor for the RAF.In 1952 was appointed as Head of Metal and Woodwork at Bryanston School. He was a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Turners and registered his London mark in 1965 then later in Edinburgh. One of his students, Simon Beer, called him '...an inspired teacher'. He died in 1994.