A silver muster took place on Friday 6th January. Periodically the College, as part of its insurance responsibilities, takes stock of its silver collection, checks for damaged items and invites the college community to view it.
A number of Fellows and staff took the opportunity to view the silver and find out more about its provenance and its use today.
A selection of George IV candelabrum (1830) and George III candlesticks (1809)
A George II Soup-Tureen and Cover (1750)
A selection of tankard and beakers (1671-1927)
A fuller article is being produced for the College website.