Consorts’ Luncheon

On Wednesday, the Master’s Lady, Anthea Osborn-Jones, hosted the annual Consorts’ Luncheon at the Hall.  They were treated to the famous Hall tour by John Wilson and the Beadle, and a tour of the wine cellar by the Clerk.  The … Read More

New Freeman

We are delighted to welcome Carolyn Phillips as a Freeman of the Cutlers.  Carolyn is the daughter of Past Master Ian Ball, mother of Freemen Natasha and James Phillips, and we look forward to seeing her at the Hall.

Prince Arthur Cup

The Cutlers are proud to bring back the Prince Arthur Cup after 10 years. The annual Inter Livery Golf Tournament – the largest one day, two course, amateur tournament in the UK – took place on Thursday 16 May, and … Read More

Ivory Casket

In March 2019 the Beadle was contacted by Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers.  A person had walked into their Stansted auction rooms with a few pieces from his deceased father’s estate, one of which was an intricately carved ivory casket, the … Read More

Our Charitable Support

“As Junior Warden 2018-19, I chair the Charities Committee and in the last few months the Committee has finalised a detailed review of our charitable activities and we are concentrating on giving to charities where we feel the Company can … Read More

Die Zunft zur Schmiden von Zurich

Every three years The Cutlers of London get together with our Swiss cousins, Die Zunft zur Schmiden von Zurich for a weekend of fellowship and entertainment. This year it was our turn to play host and a packed few days … Read More

Cutlery for Hospices

As many of you know the provision of cutlery for hospices forms a large part of the Company’s charitable activities One recent recipient is St. Wilfrid’s Hospice in Chichester who has kindly sent us this photo of their chef, Theresa, … Read More

Decking The Hall …

  Almost as famous as the one in Trafalgar, the Cutlers’ tree has arrived at the Hall. The staff spent a busy weekend decorating the 15ft Christmas tree and it will grace the building until the end of the year.  … Read More

The Lord Mayor’s Show

The day started with the Master and his Lady being valiantly rowed in the Lord Mayor’s Flotilla from Pimlico to Tower Bridge in the pouring rain.                             … Read More

Stewards’ Dinner

The tradition of the Stewards’ Dinner dates from the period after the Great Fire, when the Company’s funds were low, and the Stewards had to pay the cost of the entire diner; thankfully the sum involved is now a far … Read More