Company Treasures

Browse the extensive collection of Shipwrights' treasures collected over the years.

Company Treasures

Below are descriptions and pictures, where available, of the Worshipful Company of Shipwright treasures stored in Ironmongers Hall. The original listing was made by Mr S.E. Tomkins OBE, Liveryman and his wife in 1977 when the Company moved from the Baltic Exchange to its current premises.  This work developed further by the Honorary Historian, Mr David I Moor, Liveryman and Past Prime Warden to whom all credit should be given for researching, confirming and cataloguing the items shown.

Some entries remain incomplete, however this is the best that can be produced to date and in an effort to make them available for the livery to view they have been listed all the same.

New amendments and pictures will be added as they become available but it is hoped that your treasures, which have been largely unseen, will now have the opportunity to be admired by all.

The Westminster Goblet

The Westminster Goblet

No.441 of a limited edition of 750 cups commissioned ...

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The White Vase

The White Vase

Tapered side with heavy floral repousse. Inscribed:

 WILLIAM HENRY ...

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The Yarrow Box

The Yarrow Box

On lid, Company arms, and words:  

The Worshipful Company ...

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Three Branch Cadelabrum

Three Branch Cadelabrum

Presented 2002 by Vice Admiral Sir James Weatherall, KCVO, KBE, ...

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Tortoiseshell Fishing Boat

Tortoiseshell Fishing Boat

Plate on base inscribed:

Presented to

The Worshipful Company

 of ...

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Two Silver Condiment Spoon

Two Silver Condiment Spoon

Presented 1984  by Sir Charles G. Alexander, Bt., in commemoration ...

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Wedgewood Teapot and Cover

Wedgewood Teapot and Cover

6.5/8ins. high, hand painted with on one side the  Shipwrights' ...

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Wooden Tray

Wooden Tray

Inlaid with Shipwrights' Arms with fanciful embellishments, in an oval ...

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