A £5 Crown coin issued by the Royal Mint in 2018, celebrating four generations of the Royal Family. The initials of The Queen and Her descendants feature with their crown and coronets, with oak branches for the House of Windsor.
Presentation to Combermere Abbey for outstanding restoration 2016, showing the house and details of the architecture. Gouache, ink and gold on vellum.
A five pounds coin issued by the Royal Mint in July 2017, to celebrate the centenary of the House of Windsor and showing their heraldic badge, the Round Tower crowned within a wreath of oak.
Miniature of a goldfinch and a greenfinch with teasels and a letter A, in watercolours and gold on vellum.
The Five Sisters of York is a legend told in Dickens’s novel Nicholas Nickleby, relating the origin of a stained glass window in York Minster. Gouache and gold on grey-brown paper. Exhibited in York Minster in 2016.
Salutation: the five words of greeting open the Second Epistle of St John. Gouache and gold on vellum, mounted on coloured paper with gilded plants relating to the adjacent words. Exhibited in York Minster in 2016.
Miniature of a dragonfly with poem by D G Rossetti, in watercolours, gold and palladium on vellum.
The Art of Illuminated Letters by Timothy Noad and Patricia Seligman, 1994. A popular and influential book, giving a step-by-step guide to twelve historical and contemporary illuminated letters, accompanied by alphabets, gilding and painting techniques.
The initial E from a Letters Patent is traditionally gilded and decorated with part of the Royal Arms, in this case the English lion supporter.
List of incumbents of St Mary’s church, Harefield, Middlesex