by Antony Gordon Elson, London 1989 In the form of a Knight in armour, with lance and enamelled shield, seated on a rearing stallion, mounted on an oak pedestal with presentation plaque, height overall 41cm.
Inscribed " Presented to, Bill Hancock, on his retirement as Chief Executive, of the Anglian Group, September 1994, Great Career - Great Man"
Anglian Windows began in 1966 and are one of the UK's largest window companies.
In 1989 the company sponsored the British Snooker Open competition in the Assembly Rooms, Derby. The event was won by Tony Meo, 13-6 against Dean Reynolds, after starting as a 200-1 outsider.
The trophy was subsequently returned to the company and then presented to Mr. Hancock on his retirement.