Polishers Elliot-Fitzpatrick at the Goldsmiths’ Centre receive Royal Warrant
Polishers Elliot-Fitzpatrick at the Goldsmiths’ Centre in Clerkenwell have been recognised as Royal Warrant holders for supplying goods or services to the Households of Her Majesty The Queen. With clients from across the world, co-founders Reg Elliot and Alan Fitzpatrick have established a reputation as one of the finest precious metal polishers, growing their business and team to offer an exceptional range of services.
Royal Warrants of appointment are awarded to talented tradespeople who supply regular services to the Households of Her Majesty The Queen, His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh or His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. Elliot-Fitzpatrick, who have been based with their workshop at the Goldsmiths’ Centre since it opened in 2012, have regularly provided their award-winning precious metal services to the Households of Her Majesty The Queen since 2008.
Reg Elliot, co-founder of Elliot-Fitzpatrick, explains: “For our company Elliot-Fitzpatrick to formally receive the Royal Warrant of Appointment is a great honour and a reflection of our desire to excel at what we do as award-winning polishers. We’re honoured to be able to display Her Majesty The Queen’s Royal Coat of Arms in recognition of our service to the Royal Household.”
Peter Taylor, Director of the Goldsmiths’ Centre, comments: “The Goldsmiths’ Centre offers affordable workshops and studios to some of the most talented craftspeople, from polishers, diamond setters to jewellery designer-makers, in the heart of London. To see such an exceptional business as Elliot-Fitzpatrick receive a Royal Warrant makes me immensely proud and is a credit to the standard of their services and their craftspeople at the Goldsmiths’ Centre.”
Notes to editors
Elliot-Fitzpatrick are experienced silversmiths and specialists in gold plating, precious metals polishing and design and manufacturing bespoke jewellery, operating from their workshop at the Goldsmiths’ Centre since 2012 and Hatton Gardens. Co-founded by Reg Elliot and Alan Fitzpatrick in 1986, this award-winning company offers exceptional services to customers in London and the UK, including the Households of Her Majesty The Queen. For more information about Elliot-Fitzpatrick, visit elliot-fitzpatrick.com
About The Goldsmiths’ Centre
The Goldsmiths’ Centre is the leading charity for the professional training of goldsmiths. Founded by The Goldsmiths’ Company in 2007, it is a charitable enterprise with a specific purpose: “To advance, maintain and develop art, craft, design and artisan skills, including in particular but without limitation, those pertaining to goldsmithing.” It does this by providing managed workspace, education and training for public benefit; fostering promoting and extending public interest in art, craft, design and artisan skills; and providing a knowledge base and community for those engaged or interested in these skills.For further information on The Goldsmiths’ Centre, visit goldsmiths-centre.org