With accompanying award certificates from the British Jewellers Association:
A silver jewellery box - awarded 1st price in silversmithing
With marks for Thomas Ducrow & Sons, and the maker's mark of Harry Roger Cartwight, assay marks for Birmingham 1961,
Rounded cruciform shape, the lift-off cover with fine ribbed banded edge, the applied rising centre surmounted with a gilt spire the top inset with a ruby, the sides of the spire with four applied vertical clear perspex bars, the base with plain polished sides, length 20.2cm, height 12.5cm.
An unmarked silver Ciborium
Plain tapering circular bowl, gilded interior, the stepped cover with undulating surface, centred with a clear perspex band surmounted with four stylised gilt crosses and dome centre forming a crown, the stem with pinched band below the bowl, the clear perspex knop over a band of eight engraved 'wheatears', lighting spot hammered surface below on a flat spreading circular foot, engraved with a band of thorns, height 21.3cm.
(See reproduced photograph of Cartwright with his work)
An unmarked silver taperstick,
Raised tapering slightly curved circular base below oval shaped top, inset with a fluted nozzle, height 9.5cm.
A silver plated altar / candlestick,
The fixed slightly curved drip pan with upswept back, triangular tapering stem on a ribbed plastic base, height 34.5cm.
(The design drawing of this candlestick is on testimony board two, as illustrated)
A gilded metal chalice, awarded 1st prize in spinning
Plain tapering bowl, waisted knop above trumpet form footed stem, height 19.6cm.
And an unmarked silver-gilt hair piece,
Stylised standing peacock, fine pierced fan shaped tail, the breast with light textured surface and pierced scroll-work, gem set eyes, height 19.5cm, cased.
Together with seven testimonies submitted for application to the Royal College of Art
Board 1: Design for Altar Cross, numbered 1/8, application lable verso, coloured crayon, pen and ink on card, laminated, 81 x 55.6cm
Board 2: Design for Water Box, Chalice, Candlestick, numbered 2/8, application label verso, pencil, coloured crayon, pen and ink on card, laminated, 55.6 x 81cm
Board 3: Hors D'Hoeuvres, numbered 3/8, application label verso, four sketches for one design, pencil, red crayon and black felt tip on card, laminated, 81 x 55.6cm
Board 4: Production Tea Set, numbered 4/8, application label verso, with production text to the lower left and right corners, pencil, coloured crayon and wash with white highlighting on card, laminated, 54.3 x 80cm
Board 5:Designs for Coffee Pot, Croziers, Dishes, etc., numbered 5/8, application label verso, fifteen individual sketches, pen and ink, crayon and pastel on paper laid to card, laminated, 80 x 54.5cm
Board 6: Rough Designs: Alter Crosses, numbered 6/8, application label verso, thirteen individual designs, biro and coloured crayon on paper laid to card, laminated, 54.5 x 80cm
Board 7: Chalices, numbered 7/8, application label verso, twenty two individual designs, biro, pen and ink, coloured crayon and white highlighting on paper laid to card, laminated, 54.5 x 80cm,
together with an exammination board, 1962 depicting twenty one ecclesiastical designs, pencil, pen and ink and white highlighting on coloured paper laid to card, 76.2 x 56.2cm..