|A corridor with walls lined with leather lead visitors into the Livery Hall, seen below with tables set in preparation for a formal dinner. A central feature of this room was the brass and crystal chandelier of 36 lights suspended from the ceiling. This chandelier, designed by Kenneth Peacock, is thought to be one of the largest and heaviest made in Britain since World War II.
|The Master, Wardens and Court of Assistants act as a chairman and board of directors, meeting once a month to decide policy and oversee Company affairs. Assisting them is a small permanent staff headed by the Clerk, who is responsible for the day-to-day management of Company business.