Royal Warrant Tailors G.D. Golding Celebrate 50 Years In The Business : News Photo

Royal Warrant Tailors G.D. Golding Celebrate 50 Years In The Business

ST ALBANS, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 24: Template guides for cuts of material hang in G.D. Golding tailors, who hold a Royal Warrant for services to the Royal Household, on September 24, 2013 in St Albans, England. G.D. Golding Tailors, founded and run by Managing Director Geoffrey Golding, who continues to work as a master tailor, have recently celebrated 50 years of trading. The clientele for their high quality garments include: Royalty, diplomats, British and foreign military officers, peers, Town Criers, business leaders and politicians. Mr Golding, who is the son of a home-based alterations tailor, upholds a policy of manufacturing in-house using quality cloth from British textile mills and personally approves the finish of every garment. In addition to their bespoke tailoring service, G.D.Golding also supply uniforms for officers of all ranks in 50 Regiments and Corps of the Armed Forces. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
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ST ALBANS, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 24: Template guides for cuts of material hang in G.D. Golding tailors, who hold a Royal Warrant for services to the Royal Household, on September 24, 2013 in St Albans, England. G.D. Golding Tailors, founded and run by Managing Director Geoffrey Golding, who continues to work as a master tailor, have recently celebrated 50 years of trading. The clientele for their high quality garments include: Royalty, diplomats, British and foreign military officers, peers, Town Criers, business leaders and politicians. Mr Golding, who is the son of a home-based alterations tailor, upholds a policy of manufacturing in-house using quality cloth from British textile mills and personally approves the finish of every garment. In addition to their bespoke tailoring service, G.D.Golding also supply uniforms for officers of all ranks in 50 Regiments and Corps of the Armed Forces. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
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Template guides for cuts of material hang in GD Golding tailors who... News Photo 181775068Cut,England,Guide,Hanging,Hold,Horizontal,Human Interest,Material,Occupation,St. Albans,Tailor,Template,UKPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesST ALBANS, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 24: Template guides for cuts of material hang in G.D. Golding tailors, who hold a Royal Warrant for services to the Royal Household, on September 24, 2013 in St Albans, England. G.D. Golding Tailors, founded and run by Managing Director Geoffrey Golding, who continues to work as a master tailor, have recently celebrated 50 years of trading. The clientele for their high quality garments include: Royalty, diplomats, British and foreign military officers, peers, Town Criers, business leaders and politicians. Mr Golding, who is the son of a home-based alterations tailor, upholds a policy of manufacturing in-house using quality cloth from British textile mills and personally approves the finish of every garment. In addition to their bespoke tailoring service, G.D.Golding also supply uniforms for officers of all ranks in 50 Regiments and Corps of the Armed Forces. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)