Frank Roger Clark, pair of silver candlesticks, London 1963

£750.00

Frank Roger Clark, a pair of hand made silver candlesticks, London 1963, stamped ‘FRC‘ makers mark for Frank Roger Clark, approximately 13 cm high, the base approximately 11.3 cm diameter

In the Watch Maker, Jeweller & Silversmith November 1963 edition it mentions that the winner of the City and Guilds London Institutes silver medal in that year (with a contribution from the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths) for goldsmith and silversmith work, was Frank Roger Clark of the L. C. C. Central School, receiving not only the medal but £7. In the same article interestingly it mentions one Jack Spencer of Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts winning the Goldsmiths’ Company second prize of £5.

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Frank Roger Clark, a pair of hand made silver candlesticks, London 1963, stamped ‘FRC‘ makers mark for Frank Roger Clark, approximately 13 cm high, the base approximately 11.3 cm diameter

In the Watch Maker, Jeweller & Silversmith November 1963 edition it mentions that the winner of the City and Guilds London Institutes silver medal in that year (with a contribution from the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths) for goldsmith and silversmith work, was Frank Roger Clark of the L. C. C. Central School, receiving not only the medal but £7. In the same article interestingly it mentions one Jack Spencer of Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts winning the Goldsmiths’ Company second prize of £5.