A CHAT WITH MASTER GILDER KEN RUSSELL
To celebrate the launch of our summer collection, inspired by the iconic porcelain at the Museum of Royal Worcester, we sat down for a chat with Master Gilder Ken Russell.
Ken, who worked for Royal Worcester for many years, was responsible for adding the beautiful gold detailing you see on some of Royal Worcester’s most intricate pieces.
We spoke with him about his start in gilding, his favourite pieces in the museum and his passion for jazz and motorbikes!
This month we’re celebrating the launch of our perfectly-printed collaboration with the Museum of Royal Worcester. So, who better to feature as our latest Sunday Girls than some of the lovely team who work at the museum?
First up is Aurelie, who talks to us about places to visit on a rainy summer’s day and how comfort equals confidence when it comes to summer style, all among the beautiful porcelain in the museum’s archive.
Next up in our Sunday Girl Museum of Royal Worcester edit, is Louise who is Volunteer and Collections Assistant at the museum. We caught up with her about why jeans are the ultimate style staple and her slightly unusual second job!
Third in our Museum of Royal Worcester Sunday Girl series is Learning, Outreach and Volunteering Officer, Zoe. We sat down to chat about looking back in time for style inspiration and her love for beautiful stationery.
Meet Caroline, she’s the Digital Marketing Manager over at the Museum of Royal Worcester. We sat down and had a chat with her about her summer style essentials and how working at the museum has led to an obsession with pretty pottery!