The Royal Society of Sculptors has launched the Suppliers' Circle to enable related businesses and individuals to support the Society and engage with our members.
The benefits include an introductory mention to our members and followers via our e-newsletters, a web listing, the opportunity to host a lecture / Zoom meeting with members to discuss your services, invitations to private views and access to sponsorship opportunities.
To discuss joining the Suppliers' Circle, contact Caroline Worthington at firstname.lastname@example.org
Queen's Fine Art
Queen’s is a London-based fine art shipping and specialist logistics provider that serves the world’s top galleries, museums and private clients.
Exemplary customer service and experience handling high-value works and precious items come as standard but they also invest heavily in technology to ensure that they can seamlessly ship and install items around the world. All this allows the team to keep levels of client-service amongst the highest in the industry.
IP Surfaces Ltd
IP Surfaces Ltd was formed to demonstrate its innovative surface embellishment techniques extensively used in the built environment in a dynamic spectrum of materials. This move blends with extensive work that sister business Hardscape Products Ltd has been proudly involved with over the last 26 years of its history.
Based at the newly formed 21st century innovation hub, Logistics North in Bolton, IP Surfaces Ltd offers a host of specialist and innovative processes and techniques to offer bespoke multi-material surface finish options for a variety of individual projects and public realm schemes. IPS Surfaces Ltd believes now is the time to embrace the ever-evolving purpose of the work that the Hardscape Group does for the manufacturing element of the businesses to be re-energised with a new separate company which will support our subsidiaries and help forge these new and exciting market sectors to broaden further the portfolio of the Group.
99:40 are Civil and Structural Engineers who work internationally advising artists and sculptors. They advise on material selection and carry out structural analysis and design of artwork.
99:40 want to make sure every artist, sculptor and craftsman has the engineering support they need to progress their ideas and make it a reality. They offer pro-bono work for many works depending on the project's merits.
Established 35 years ago, Penta Patterns and Model Ltd have gained invaluable experience and knowledge across the various projects that they have been involved in. By combining traditional hand and bench skills with 21st century machinery they produce high quality patterns, moulds, models and parts.
Portable scanning equipment allows Penta Patterns to travel to the customer but the team also welcomes customers to their premises, for hands-on involvement if desired. Penta Patterns work in a wide variety of materials and a new carbon fibre department equipped with two autoclaves has broadened the possibilities when it comes to turning your design into reality.
Hallett Independent Art & Heritage Insurance
Hallett Independent is a specialist firm of art, museum and private client insurance brokers.
As well as arranging insurances and settling claims for art dealers, galleries, museums, collectors, private clients and auction houses, Hallett also advise on risk management strategies to maximise cover for the lowest premium. They are actively involved in the museums sector as trustees and patrons and so understand the financial pressures, and work especially hard to negotiate reduced premiums in what is a highly competitive environment. Their support extends to selected sponsorships, free advice and lectures to museums large and small across the UK.
Hallett are a small, close-knit team of knowledgeable individuals. Independent of the big, global insurance firms, they provide a service defined by professional advice and attention to detail. All enquiries welcome.
G.W. Lunt are a full-service foundry specialising in fine art sculpture, furniture elements and architectural hardware.
Using the lost wax process they are able to achieve a very high level of detail and complexity, perfect for even the most intricate of work. G.W. Lunt welcome artists and clients into their facility and believe that the best work results from an understanding of the full casting process, from mould to patina and all the steps in-between. Under new management since 2018, G.W. Lunt have now completed a full refurbishment of their 100-year-old building, investing over three quarters of a million pounds into the future of the company with assistance from the European Regional Development Fund and Birmingham City Council. This included a new roof - replacing one from 1910 - and a complete overhaul of health and safety in the business, bringing the 90-year-old foundry firmly into the 21st century.