Guild Events

Reception & Supper; Presentation of the Guild's Treasures-Tallow Chandlers' Hall
Wednesday 11 April 2018
Dress: Suit/Jacket and Tie

For his first Livery Hall Dinner, the Master has chosen Tallow Chandlers' Hall, one of the best preserved halls in London. Whilst we enjoy a sparkling reception in the Parlour, which dates from the seventeenth century, a selection of the Guild's Treasures will be put on display in the Livery Hall. We will enjoy a three-course dinner with wine in the Livery Hall, after which Guild Member Sheldon Shapiro will take us on a journey through history as he tells us about the Treasures that have been collected and donated to the Guild over the past 110 years. As a former owner of an art gallery in Kensington, being involved in the antiques world, the Master is keen to give members the opportunity to enjoy some of the most interesting items in the collection. Sheldon's expertise is in Jewellery, Silver, Arts & Crafts, Russian works of art, Objects of vertu and Objets d'art - we look forward to this rare opportunity to discover more about the Guild's heritage. This event follows our welcome ceremony for new members, who may wish to continue their celebrations and learn more about the Guild's history.

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