Guild Events

Reception & Dinner - Goldsmith's Hall
Thursday 20 February 2014
Dress: Black Tie

This is the Master's final dinner of his year and he has chosen the magnificent Goldsmiths' Hall to celebrate the end of an exciting year of office. The Goldsmiths' Company, which originates from the 12th Century, received a Royal Charter in 1327 and ranks fifth in the order of precedence of City Livery Companies. The Livery Hall is a magnificently proportioned room with Corinthian columns of scagliola and has a richly decorated moulded ceiling in gold leaf. The draped embrasure in the north wall was designed as a buffet to showcase the Company's ceremonial plate which will be on display for our dinner. The four matching chandeliers of English glass, supplied by Perry and Co. in 1835, now electrified internally, hold forty-eight candles each. One of the delights of attending dinner is to see the crystal facets twinkling in the candlelight. What better place for the Master to end a remarkable year and to say thank-you to everyone who has given great support to himself and Ann. A traditional Livery style reception and dinner, musical entertainment and a specially selected speaker to round off the evening of celebrations.

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