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Centrepieces, candlesticks, we've made a few

Photograph of Edinburgh Castle Centrepiece

Edinburgh Castle Centrepiece

Silver Centrepiece for HMS Edinburgh, Elm base, length c.45cm. 1987.

Clatto01Commissioned by the Royal Navy Trophy Centre for the wardroom of HMS Edinburgh. The piece is used as a centrepiece when the ship's captain entertains guests on board. The base was made by Tim Stead.

The ultimate table accessory:

Eagle Owl (Wine Cooler)

Silver, height c.60cm, 1991.

Hamilton & Inches Ltd (Jewellers & Silversmiths by appointment to HM The Queen), of George St, Edinburgh, commissioned this piece in celebration of their 125th anniversary. It is in the form of a life-size Eagle Owl, standing on a log. The head lifts off to reveal an ice-bucket capable of holding a magnum of Champagne. When assayed, this was the heaviest piece of silverwork ever recorded at the Edinburgh Assay Office. The piece is now in a private collection

photograph of candle-stick-maker


This example is Candle-stick-maker, using the text to construct the three sides. What kind of candlesticks would you like to see on your dining table or fireplace? By commissioning, you can get what you want.