Royal Selangor Australia Trade Catalogue
Preserving our time-honoured craftsmanship is essential to the enduring success of Royal Selangor. We make sure that our workplace allows and encourages every one of our employees to develop their skills in the best possible conditions, ensuring the honing and transmission of Royal Selangor’s unique craftmanship.
Training Future Talents with Local Organisations
A tuition-free apprenticeship programme in partnership with vocational schools – our factory promotes, transmits, and develops skills in both the artisanal crafts, as well as the administration and creative professions.
Preserving Royal Selangor’s Heritage
We preserve and share our history through free access to the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre, Kuala Lumpur. At the centre, visitors can learn about the history of Kuala Lumpur’s tin mining heritage and Royal Selangor’s contribution in the development of the tin industry. The Royal Selangor Visitor Centre also offers live pewtersmithing demonstration and pewter crafting workshops; the School of Hard Knocks and The Foundry.
Royal Selangor maintains special ties with the local communities whether it is in the form of support or employment.
Raising Funds for Non-Profit Organisations
We have partnered with a number of non-profit organisations with the aims to raise funds for good causes. Our Nick Munro jelly mould and Pink pendants were specially designed to create awareness and raise funds for Breast Cancer Welfare Association Malaysia, while Mia collection, a collaboration with Malaysia’s contemporary artists, was created in aid of Badan Warisan Malaysia (The Heritage of Malaysia Trust).
We have a responsibility to preserve and impart the knowledge and craftsmanship that Royal Selangor has mastered since its founding in 1885. Royal Selangor’s production facility in Malaysia is staffed by almost 100% locals, showing our commitment to developing a skilled team of artisans over the long term.
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