Henry STEUART FOTHRINGHAM OF GRANTULLY

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1944-02-15
Education Fort Augustus Abbey, RAC Cirencester
Books & Publications >ir< The Family of Fothringham of Pourie (1990, 3 edn 1995), Edinburgh Goldsmiths' Minutes 1525-1700 (2007), Silver: Made in Scotland (jtly, 2008); contrib: Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland (1989), Scottish Gold and Silver Work (ed and co-author, 1991 edn), Bradbury's Book of Hallmarks (1991 edn); author of numerous articles in learned jls, book and exhbn reviews; regular contrib The Stewarts magazine; articles in Jl of The Silver Soc; >ir< Pieces of the Past (1995), Pieces of the Past from Blair Castle (1997)
Recreations Scottish silver studies, books, history, Scotland, the countryside
Clubs Royal Over-Seas League, Antiquaries Dining (Edinburgh), Puffins (Edinburgh)
Style Henry Steuart Fothringham, OBE
Career specialist in Scottish silver, writer and researcher; memb: Tay District Salmon Fisheries Bd 1977-80, Reviewing Ctee on the Export of Works of Art 1982-94, Advsy Cncl on the Export of Works of Art 1982-94, Hist Ctee Scottish Goldsmiths Tst 2001-; co-curator Silver: Made in Scotland 2008; govr: Heartland Radio Fndn Ltd 1995-2000, Trades' Maiden Fund (Edinburgh) 2004-; Freeman: Worshipful Co of Goldsmiths 1993, City of London 1994, Incorporation of Bonnetmakers and Dyers of Edinburgh 2006; Burgess City of Edinburgh 2007; memb: The Silver Soc 1977 (chm 1993-94), The Stewart Soc 1963 (hon vice-pres 1971-, pres 1995-98), Incorporation of Goldsmiths of the City of Edinburgh 1990 (Freeman 2000, Deacon's rep to Covenory of the Trades of Edinburgh 2004-), Scottish Medievalists 2004-; FRSA, FSA Scot
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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