The Livery Hall

A magnificently proportioned room with Corinthian columns of scagliola and a richly decorated moulded ceiling.

This magnificently proportioned room with Corinthian columns of scagliola has a richly decorated moulded ceiling in gold leaf. The draped embrasure in the north wall was designed as a buffet to display the Company's ceremonial plate. Above the arch of the embrasure appear the arms of William IV. To either side, in front of large mirrors, are marble busts of George III and George IV by Sir Francis Chantrey.

The four matching chandeliers of English glass, supplied by Perry and Co. in 1835, now electrified internally, each hold forty-eight candles. One of the delights of attending an evening reception or dinner is to see the crystal facets twinkling in the candlelight.

Maximum Seating Capacities

Dinner/Luncheon 232
Round Tables with Goldsmiths' Chairs 180
Round Tables with Banqueting Chairs 216
*The hire of round tables and banqueting chairs is extra
Canapé Reception 500

Theatre Style

Concert with Stage 300
Conference Rear Projection 250
Front Projection 300

Audio System

The Livery Hall is equipped with microphones and hidden speakers.

Seating Arrangements

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