A list of names of some of the victims of the Grenfell fire, commissioned by a community centre they attended, using images of rose windows and birds to give a message of hope.
Restoration Award presented to Iford Manor by Historic Houses and Sotheby’s.
detail from border of presentation scroll commissioned by the Drapers’ Company.
Tim was honoured to meet Her Majesty The Queen at Drapers’ Hall and here they are discussing some of the commissions he has undertaken for the Drapers’ Company.
restoration award presented to Marchmont House by Historic Houses and Sotheby’s
Detail from Royal Charter of the Worshipful Company of Broderers. The craft of embroidery influenced many aspects of the design.
Detail of Royal Charter of the Scientific Instrument Makers, showing area dedicated to biology.
Illuminated Letter C with miniature of bearded iris ‘Caterina’
A design based on Islamic ‘Square Kufic’ script, illuminated in Palladium leaf.
Illuminated initial E from Royal Letters Patent creating Windsor Herald. The Queen has very rarely been depicted on Letters Patent.
Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal, a sonnet by Tennyson, with layout and script inspired by Islamic calligraphy. 2020
Inspired by Purcell’s music for Dido and Aeneas and nautical imagery. Words by Nahum Tate.
Coat of Arms in Elizabethan style cartouche frame from Combermere Abbey Restoration award.
Designed by Tim for the College of Arms and carved in oak by Will Barsley, under the direction of Garter King of Arms. The heraldic badge of Norroy and Ulster King of Arms, with decoration based on a Celtic manuscript
Designed by Tim for the College of Arms and carved in oak by Will Barsley, under the direction of Garter King of Arms. The heraldic badge of Bluemantle Pursuivant with decoration inspired by a Tudor manuscript.
The St George and the Dragon Sovereign of 2005 was the first new version of this subject since Pistrucci’s famous design, first issued in 1817.
The Queen’s 95th Birthday Crown coin 2021, voted the third most popular coin of the year,
Reverse of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Medal, 2022, showing the Royal Crest and awarded to members of the armed and emergency services and the Royal Household.
A set of four coins issued by the Royal Mint in 2020 to celebrate aspects of the history of HM Tower of London.