British bow maker and restorer Malcolm Taylor, who was one of the Hills workshop's leading postwar makers, has died at the age of 78. Taylor joined W.E. Hill & Sons as an apprentice in 1949, and worked there until 1973. After leaving the firm he made bows under his own name and was based near Barnstaple in Devon. In 1981 he made a set of bows to celebrate the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, and these were inlaid with the Prince's heraldic feathers.