The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers in London awards a handful of Guild Marks each year to the best designed and finest made pieces in England. Each piece is recorded at the Livery Company and the work is inlaid with a numbered enamelled emblem.

Once a year the Claxton-Stevens prize is awarded to the finest piece and Ian Heseltine is honoured to have received this award twice.

2011 Guild Mark No. 437  view this piece
'Jurassic' occassional table in bleached Madrona
and Brown Oak burrs, with solid textured
Brown Oak base.
Designed and made by Ian Heseltine.

2010 Guild Mark No. 426  view this piece
'Prow' Desk in English Oak, Brown Oak, Brown Oak burr,
Madrona burr, Lebanon Cedar and Russian leather
Designed and made by Ian Heseltine.


2009 Guild Mark No. 404  view this piece
Altar in English Oak, glass and stone.
Designed by Declan O'Donoghue. Made by Ian Heseltine.

2002 Guild Mark No. 337  view this piece
Set of upholstered dining chairs in English Oak and Brown
Oak. Designed and made by Ian Heseltine.

2002 Guild Mark No. 331   view this piece
Library Dining Table in English Cherry and hand forged
iron.
Designed by Alan Tilbury FRCA. Made by Ian Heseltine.
Awarded the Claxton-Stevens prize.

1999 Guild Mark No. 301
Bedroom set comprising Bed, Wardrobe and Chest in
English Elm and Elm Burr.
Designed and made by Ian Heseltine.

1994 Guild Mark No. 156  view this piece
Collectors cabinet for books and manuscripts in English
Yew wood. Designed by Alan Tilbury FRCA. Made by Ian
Heseltine. Awarded the Claxton-Stevens prize.

1992 Guild Mark No. 140   view this piece
Partners Desk in American Cherry and English Sycamore.
Designed and made by Ian Heseltine.

1992 Guild Mark No. 127   view this piece
Nine sided Boardroom Table in American Cherry. Designed
by Jon Shaw, Made by Ian Heseltine.

1987 Guild Mark No.88 
Circular Dining Table in English Brown Oak. Designed and
made by Ian Heseltine and Declan O'Donoghue.