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GUILD. A fraternity or company. Guild hall, the place of meeting of guilds. Beame's, Glanville, 108 (n).

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Fine Art Trade Guild is the trade association for the art-and-framing industry that helps consumers make informed choices when buying art and framing their pictures and memorabilia.
THE medieval trade guild is alive and well - and serving drink across Northern Ireland.
The firm's portfolio of more than 50 artists includes Adam Barsby and Helen Rhodes, recently named best up and coming artists for 1999 by the Fine Art Trade Guild.
London-based Fine Art Trade Guild represents the general art-and-framing industry in the UK and Ireland.
He also wrote the booklet 50 Facts on Art, published by the Fine Art Trade Guild, which sold half a million copies.
Rosie Sumner, managing director of the Fine Art Trade Guild, which held the ceremony in Coventry, said: "Against fierce competition, it was no surprise that the winner of last year's sales promotion of the year award should this year triumph as the best art retailer."
She was awarded the Best-Selling Published Artist by the Fine Art Trade Guild, pushing popular celebrity painter Harris into second place.
* Rosie Sumner, managing director, Fine Art Trade Guild, England
Carol, who is treasurer of the North-east branch of the Fine Art Trade Guild and lives in Middlesbrough, first opened her gallery in August 2004.
The Fine Arts Trade Guild offers the qualification Guild Commended Framer, awarded after taking a test.
The self-taught photographer is in the process of gaining accreditation from the Fine Art Trade Guild.
Northumberland-based Mary Ann, who was recently voted into the Top 10 Living Artists in Print by the Fine Art Trade Guild, will show hound-themed paintings on the Countryside Alliance stand at the Lowther Driving Trials in Cumbria.