Message from the Master Loriner David Frost CBE DL
Through this new website we hope that you will gain an insight into the role of Livery Companies in the City of London, and the Loriners’ Company in particular.
Having lived and worked in the West Midlands for most of my career I am close to the trade of Lorinery and one of my aims for my year in office is to introduce Members of the Company to the actual trade of the Loriner, past and present. Some interesting and rare pieces of Lorinery have been passed around at Livery events this year.
To all Members of the Company, I look forward to seeing you at Loriner events during the year, and if you are not a Member I hope that you find this website of interest.
History of the Loriners’ Company
The Loriners’ Company is one of the oldest in the City of London, incorporated by Ordinances in 1261 and by Royal Charter in 1711.
The Loriners' Charitable Trust
The Loriners’ Company makes grants for projects which are for the better health and welfare of under privileged young riders or the advancement of the lorinery trade.
The Loriners' Company Today
The Loriners' Company Today & How To Join
What is a Loriner?
Find out more about Lorinery, the craft that has long since disappeared from the City of London
What is a Livery Company?
Find out more about some of the oldest organisations in the City of London.
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Autumn Court Dinner
Autumn Court Dinner at Saddlers’ Hall