Gregory Croxford Living joins the nation in mourning Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty devoted her remarkable life to public service and was a symbol of commitment, leadership, and stability throughout her reign.
With her grace, the Queen’s Award for Enterprise was recently bestowed to one of Gregory Croxford Living’s esteemed brand partners: Armac Martin. As one of the world’s finest manufacturers of brass cabinet hardware, they were honoured with one of the most prestigious awards that can be given to UK businesses, the Queen’s Enterprise Award for International Trade.
Through this honourable recognition, Armac Martin was afforded the opportunity to fly the Queen’s flag at their Birmingham premises and to attend a royal reception at Buckingham Palace in July to celebrate this year’s winners.
Commercial Director Richard McGrail celebrated this prestigious win with an unforgettable opportunity to meet and chat with His Royal Highness, the former Prince of Wales and now the new monarch, King Charles III.
“As the most renowned British business award, this is an incredible accolade for the whole team, and we feel both humbled and proud to be nationally recognised for our growth and commercial success. Our heritage is immensely important, and we are thrilled to add this accolade to our rich history of achievements,” said McGrail with regard to this milestone.
This rich history, spanning almost 95 years, includes championing local business and British manufacturing since the company was established in 1929, as well as being found inside high end hotels and residences like Buckingham Palace. It is a testament to Armac Martin’s exceptional craftsmanship and commitment to design, and we take pride that we have been given this royal seal of approval before the Queen’s passing.
Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time. May Her Majesty rest in peace.