The Worshipful Company of Grocers commissioned Michael to make a spoon to be presented to Princess Diana for the 10th Anniversary of her being a Freeman of the Company
This commission of a Caddy Spoon given to the Liverymen followed - probably under were 30 made
Queen's Head Jubilee Hallmark
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.
Engraved with a stylised Lily of the Valley in the form of the letter 'C'
Francis Adams was born in Hungary and learnt his craft in wrought iron. He worked in London for Starkie Gardner & Co, the wrought iron specialists that also worked in bronze, lead, silver and gold. He taught at the Central School of Arts and Crafts from 1906-5 where Leslie Durbin was amongst his pupils. In 1920 he opened his own workshop
Limited Edition of 10 designed and made exclusively for Styles Silver
Certificate signed by Grant Macdonald
Available in Silver or Silver with gilded handle
All Silver £395
Silver and gilded handle £450
(Select option form drop down top left)
Styles Silver commissioned James Dougall to make a limited edition of 12 silver caddy spoons for the Queens Diamond Jubilee.
James was an obvious choice to design these caddy spoons, as his work with shagreen is very special. and the Purple here almost has a 'regal' feel to it.
This is the last one available - with signed limited edition certificate