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Steven Ottewill becomes Goldsmiths Company Liveryman – October 2015

After working in the industry for 30 years, it was a very proud moment for Steven Ottewill to be clothed as Liveryman at the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths on 7th October. Steven Ottewill being ‘clothed’ as a Liveryman. He was presented to Prime Warden of the Company, Mr Timothy Schroder and Wardens Mrs Judith Cobham-Lowe and Mr Michael Prideaux. As with most other Livery […]

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Ottewill design and manufacture Manchester United Foundation Legends Cup

Ottewill were delighted to work with Manchester United again to design and manufacture the Foundations Legend Cup. This cup was played for at Old Trafford by Manchester United Legends and the Bayern Munich All Stars and supports the club’s charitable work. The cup is to be used every year and kept at the Manchester United Museum. Steve and Karen Ottewill […]

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Steven Ottewill to become a Liveryman

Steven Ottewill became a Freeman of the Goldsmiths’ Company and City of London in 1999. He is active within the Company having served on the Assay Oce Management Committee and Judging the Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Awards. Earlier this year Steven was invited to apply to become a Liveryman and he was honoured and delighted to have been accepted […]

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Work Experience Student rewarded with place at Goldsmiths’ Centre

One of Ottewill’s work experience students has secured a place on the prestigious Goldsmiths’ Centre pre apprenticeship course. This is the third student from Ottewill to gain a place. Will Sullivan completed work experience at Ottewill. Guided by Steve Ottewill and the team he developed his skills. Places on the course are highly sought after and the Centre only accepts […]

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Ottewill Manufacture Kent Invicta Award 2015

Each year Kent County Council presents the Kent Invicta Award to a member of Kent’s Society.  This award recognises residents of Kent who have achieved excellence in their chosen field or provided an exceptional service to the Country.   In the past this award has been present to people such as Lizzie Yarnold MBE, Hilary […]

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Folkestone Art Society Present Awards – June 2015

Folkestone Art Society Patron, Mr Graham Gordon, has supplied two awards. The awards are called the Gloria Gordon Award and celebrate the best sketch books for GCSE and A’Level students in the Folkestone Area. Awarded for the first time this year, Ottewill were very pleased to be asked to fit and engrave the silver plaques on both awards. Both […]

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Ottewill Work Experience get place at the Goldsmiths’ Centre – June 2015

One of Ottewill’s work experience students has secured a place on the prestigious Goldsmiths’ Centre pre apprenticeship course. This is the third student from Ottewill to gain a place. Will Sullivan completed work experience at Ottewill. Guided by Steve Ottewill and the team he developed his skills. Places on the course are highly sought after and the Centre only […]

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Ottewill extend Redgrave Challenge Vase – May 2015

  In 2011, Sir Steve Redgrave and his wife Ann commissioned the Redgrave Challenge Vase awarded to Open Coxless Pairs winners in the Henley Womens Regatta. Sir Steve is the current Chairman of Henley Royal Regatta. His wife Ann also competed as a rower. As a qualified doctor and orthopaedic Surgeon she was the Chief Medical Officer to GB Rowing and a participant […]

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Annual Dover Mayor Making Ceremony – May 2015

Following the restoration of the Mayor’s Badge earlier this year, Steve and Karen Ottewill were delighted to be invited to the Annual Mayor Making Ceremony at the ancient Town Hall on 14th May. This year the Badge of office was handed over from 2014/15 Mayor Pam Brivio to Chris Precious as he was voted the New Town Mayor […]

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Ottewill renovate Dover Town Council Badges of Office – Jan 2015

Ottewill were very pleased to be working with a local council to renovate their Mayor’s badge and The Dover Jewel. Both needed to be restored with new enamelled sections. The Dover Jewell is an incredibly important piece of Regalia. First presented to the Mayor in 1898, the piece is encrusted in diamonds, emeralds, rubies, pearls […]

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