A simple brief turned into a Royal unveiling and now we're asking for your help... 

Last year we worked with the local secondary school in Chipping Campden to run a design competition with their students. The brief was simple; to create a piece of art that could be made using cutlery and the theme was ‘fish’. Student Anna Elvins, was chosen to have her design turned into a sculpture and joined local artist Rachel Higgins who interpreted Anna’s winning design as they witnessed the grand unveiling by Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne. 


Our sculpture is now in need of a name and we need your help! You may have already spotted it in the window of our Chipping Campden studio shop, and throughout February and March you can enter our competition to name the fish by completing an entry form in either of our studio shops. You can see the sculpture in the Chipping Campden shop until the 15th February and in the Bath shop from 17th February until 1st March. 

The winner of the chosen name will receive a Robert Welch Signature 16cm flexible filleting knife and a side of smoked salmon. Enter by completing an entry form in either of our studio shops. Competition entry closes 1st March 2017.

Enter our name the fish sculpture competition today:


We are pleased to announce our sculpture has now been named 'Jasper The Cutlerfish.'