SA23. SWAINE ADENEY BRIGG - IN GOOD HANDS
SWAINE ADENEY BRIGG - \'IN GOOD HANDS\'
AUTHOR SIGNED - KATHERINE PRIOR. PUBLISHER - JOHN ADAMSON.
The definitive guide to the last 250 years of craftmanship by the Company we know today as \"Swaine Adeney Brigg\" Published October 2012.
Stunning photographs throughout. Invaluable reference book for Collectors.
Victoria Gallery contributed many of the leather goods and hunting horns featured in this beautiful book.
Please contact me with any questions. These also make beautiful presents
Author signed copies available from my Gallery.
PRICE: £57.50 plus postage at cost.
As reviewed in The British Sporting Art Trust by Roy Heron (Autumn 2012).
By Royal Appointment
In the late 18th century, Royal tradesmen in Britain began displaying the Royal Arms on their premises and stationery.
Queen Victoria ensured Royal Warrants gained the prestige they enjoy today. During her 64 year reign, the Queen and her family granted more than 2000 Royal Warrants, eight times as many as the Queen’s uncle, George IV.
In 1893, Thomas Brigg and Sons received its first Royal Appointment from Her Majesty Queen Victoria, and became the first umbrella maker ever to be honoured with an appointment.
Further Royal Appointments were also bestowed by Her Majesty Queen Victoria and by His Majesty Edward VI.
Royal Warrant Holders today - there are around 850 Royal Warrant Holders.
Royal Warrants continue to be a prestigious mark of recognition to those who are regular suppliers of goods and services to certain members of the Royal Family.
The company is appointed as “Suppliers of Umbrellas” to HRH The Prince of Wales.