NHIG Shop

The National Heritage Ironwork Group has a range of products for sale, including guidance publications and pay-per-view films of our CPD webinars.

 

Catch up on NHIG Webinars

It’s not quite a binge-watch box-set yet but you can still catch up on any webinars you missed (pay-per-view) as well as watch re-runs of our FREE Conversations Build Understanding series in association with Icon Metals Group.

Visit the NHIG shop now to purchase a CPD webinar link, or download one of the free ‘Conversations’ events from our Resources section.

Happy watching!

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New NHIG Award Announced

We want to create more opportunities to recognise and celebrate excellence within the heritage ironwork field.

The new NHIG Award for Ironwork Conservation will be presented for the first time at the Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths (WCB) annual Awards Lunch in October 2022 (delayed from 2020).

Work on any scale, in a public or private setting, is eligible. The judging panel will be interested in:

• The appropriateness of materials and techniques used

 • The extent to which the loss of original fabric was minimised

• The quality of the craftsmanship

Submission window: 13th January 2022 – 30th April 2022

For information and to enter a project go to: https://nhig.org.uk/nhig-award/

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Grants awarded to the NHIG

We have recently received grants from the following organisations for projects in progress. We are immensely grateful for their invaluable support, without which this important work would not be possible.

The Ironmongers’ Company and The Radcliffe Trust towards NHIG WORKING PARTIES pilot scheme

The Arts Society and York Foundation for Conservation & Craftsmanship towards NHIG FILMS

The Leche Trust towards a guidance publication on Writing Specifications for Heritage Ironwork

The Aurelius Charitable Trust and the Lord Faringdon Charitable Trust towards a guidance publication on Colour finishes to heritage ironwork.

Additionally, Eastlake & Beachell have once again sponsored NHIG’s operating insurance. E&B, who have strong ties to the blacksmithing and farriers’ community, have supported NHIG in this way since its inception. Initiatives like this which help to keep our running costs low are much appreciated as they enable us to focus our resources on the areas that matter most.

 

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