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ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

Shell (Neptunea Angulata) Ring

£18,950
Philippa Herbert

Silver Dipped Shells

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Ornella Iannuzzi

THE UPRISING RING

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Moira Fine Jewellery

EDWARDIAN BANGLE

£26,000
Rosemary Goodenough

'Eleanor Bustling' - Height 74cm

£16,500
Wick Antiques

Victorian Burr Gothic Clock

£7,400
Paul Smith

Iron sconces

£8,500
The Vintage Wine Collector

1970 Barbaresco, Rivetto, 75CL

£384
Chamberlain & Co

GYRFALCON

£9,000
Philippa Herbert

Three gold rose Charms

From £220
Moira Fine Jewellery

ENAMEL PANSY FLOWER EARRINGS

£8,000
The Vintage Wine Collector

1987 The Wine of Peace, Cormons, 75CL

£624
London Connoisseur

Fortuna Panel by Aiveen Daly

£12,500
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

cityscapes cufflinks

£2,400
Moira Fine Jewellery

Drop Earrings

£24,000
The Vintage Wine Collector

1967 Barolo Rivetto, 75CL

£456
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

Game earrings

£15,400
Sandra Cronan

Blue enamel snake bracelet

£14,500
Moira Fine Jewellery

Diamond Chandelier Earrings

£100,000
The Vintage Wine Collector

1969 Barolo Franco, 75CL

£396
Moira Fine Jewellery

Ruby Line Bracelet

£95,000
The Vintage Wine Collector

1988 The Wine of Peace, Cormons, 75CL

£624
Moira Fine Jewellery

CARTIER SAPPHIRE RING

£160,000
The Vintage Wine Collector

1975 Barbaresco, Fratelli Roca, 75CL

£408
Sandra Cronan

Diamond Bow Brooch

£28,500
Sandra Cronan

DIAMOND SNAKE BRACELET

£20,000

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Luxury Lifestyle

PLATEAUX GALLERY

VIBRATIONS by PETER BREMERS

£12,600
Inga Gydraite Bespoke

Black Betty 25 Bicycle

From £9,549
Maddox Gallery

HANDS ON APPROACH BY TONY KELLY

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Peter Harrington

From Russia with Love

£37,500
Gerald Laing

Belshazzar's Feast

From £2,880
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

Gabbia a Segmenti ring

£9,130
London Connoisseur

Sculpture BY HÉLÈNE DE SAINT LAGER

£2,667
David Harber

The Noon Day Cannon

From £8,520
D-Table

D-Time Touch Screen Table

From £30,250 - £34,250
PLATEAUX GALLERY

SALVADOR by ANDREJ JAKAB

£11,750
Peter Harrington

Tales of Space and Time

£27,500
D'joya

Jumbo Ring

£24,000
LINCOLN TOWNLEY

Naomi Campbell

£18,000
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

curl ring

£4,400
London Connoisseur

Great White Pelican by DS&VT

£7,500
Rosemary Goodenough

Light Geometry Oil Painting

£6,000
Maddox Gallery

SYMPHONIC CELLO 2 BY RETNA

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D'joya

Rock Candy Earrings

£57,600
LINCOLN TOWNLEY

Kate Moss

£18,000
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

Sasso brooch

£1,780
London Connoisseur

Quercus triptych by Tom Palmer

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Rosemary Goodenough

Waterlilies - Sunset Oil Painting

£6,000
London Connoisseur

Lunar Screen by Tom Palmer

£12,000
Rosemary Goodenough

Isobel’s Music Oil Painting

£6,000
LINCOLN TOWNLEY

UTOPIA - BOARD MEETING

SOLD
LINCOLN TOWNLEY

UTOPIA - Golden handshake

SOLD
London Connoisseur

Curly Feathers Collection by Yasemen Hussein

From £1,500 - £4,500
London Connoisseur

Sirius chandelier by Raffe Burrell

From £28,000
London Connoisseur

BLACK-NECKED ARACARI by DS&VT

£7,500
London Connoisseur

Portal by Ben Rousseau

£5,000
London Connoisseur

Black Swan by DS&vT

£4,500
London Connoisseur

SULPHUR-CRESTED COCKATOO BY DS&VT

£8,500
London Connoisseur

Joyfulness 1 by Jessica Zoob

£16,000
London Connoisseur

Embryo by Thomas Kennedy

£20,000
London Connoisseur

SCULPTURE BY HÉLÈNE DE SAINT LAGER

£2,667

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SPOT D-Table Store

Unknown Poses by DS&vT

Sergio concept car model

From Russia with love

HG Wells : Tales of Space and Time


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Modern Masters At Maddox Gallery

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Ben Rousseau: Clocking On

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Thomas Kennedy: Renaissance Man

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Tom Palmer: The Alchemist

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New Oil Paintings By Rosemary Goodenough

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Design Objects By Minas

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Miniature Marvels From D’Joya

Miniatures are an art form that has captivated humanity for millennia. Even...
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David Harber’S Noonday Cannon

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The Exceptional Beauty Of Ornella Iannuzzi ‘S Tanzanite Pendant

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Philippa Herbert: Making Memories

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Cvne: Underground Art

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Forging Ahead: Nimrod Messeg

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Sandra Cronan: Giving The Gift Of Vintage

Giving jewellery as a gift is a practice that dates back millennia. An endu...
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Retrospective: Maddox Gallery’S Anniversary Exhibition

When looking back at Maddox Gallery’s impressive series of exhibition...
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Joy De Vivre

French aristocrat, the Comtesse Joy de Rohan Chabot, is also an artist who...
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Being the creative canvas it often is, fine bone china comes in a huge arra...
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Flights Of Fancy. Darwin, Sinke & Van Tongeren

Situated on a quiet, tree-lined street in Haarlem, Holland is a modest red-...
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Monet Meets Gerhard Richter

In Jessica Zoob’s studio, sunshine is flooding through huge windows l...
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The Wine Of Peace

Whether you’re a collector or simply someone that appreciates a good...
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D’Joya: Beauty From Geometry

If you’ve ever seen a work of art that your eyes tell you is an impos...
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D’Joya: Gaudi In Gold

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Lincoln Townley For Bafta

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Interview With Paolo Pininfarina

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Wick Antiques: Collecting The Beauty Of The Past

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Lincoln Townley: A Retrospective At Saatchi Gallery

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Rosemary Goodenough: To Sculpt A Queen

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Champagne Life At The Saatchi

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D’Joya: Avant Garde For Autumn

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Lincoln Townley: Supermodel Icons

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D’Joya: Starry, Starry Night

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The Best Antique Jewellers In London

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Moira: Baroque Beauty

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Lincoln Townley: Portrait Of An Icon

Hailed by collectors and critics alike as the ‘new Andy Warhol,&rsquo...
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One To Watch: Dan Baldwin

“Looking at Dan’s work is like meeting old friends for me. It l...
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Maddox Gallery: Summer In The City

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Bespoke Electric Bicycles From Inga Gydraite

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Lalique: The Colours Of Eden

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Master Graphics –The Art Of Printmaking At Halcyon Gallery

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Chamberlain & Co’S George Iii Collection

There’s always been a certain level of ceremony involved in owning fi...
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Philippa Herbert: Jewellery With Heart

Since learning the craft of casting and beginning their business of capturi...
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Lalique: History In Crystal

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Spiral Cellars: A Gallery For Wine

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Plateaux: Elevating Glass

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Arca Horn: Horn Furnishings For The Home

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Eternal Elegance With Sandra Cronan

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Lincoln Seligman: India Through English Eyes

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Sandra Cronan: Treasures From All Ages

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Gold-Smidt Assembly: Silver Lining

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Mitch Griffiths: Realisms At The State Hermitage Museum

If there’s one building in St Petersburg quite unlike any other it&rs...
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Ornella Iannuzzi: The Fine Art Of Jewellery Design

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Crossing The Bridge At Willow Gallery

There are many galleries in London that stand out. After all, London is und...
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Yves Frey Diamonds: The Many Colours Of Beauty

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Under The Sea: Marine Interior Inspiration

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Delicate Design: Glass Artwork For Your Home

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England'S Finest Rare Book Sellers

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Boxes As Splendid As The Jewels

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Heading Through The Looking Glass

There are very few tales that stand the test of time, but Alice in Wonderla...
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London’S Top Art Galleries

Art is as vital to humanity as breathing itself. From primordial cave paint...
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Modern Masters at Maddox Gallery

From Andy Warhol to Lincoln Townley, Finn Stone to Banksy and Dan Baldwin, the sheer range of talented artists exhibited at Mayfair’s Maddox Gal...
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D-Table: Furniture and Technology Combined

In the modern age technology has come to define life on a daily basis. Connected to work, socialising and even recreation there’s rarely a time...
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Ben Rousseau: Clocking On

Colchester is the oldest recorded town in England, the capital of Roman Britain nearly 2000 years’ ago. As a boy growing up in Colchester, desig...
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Thomas Kennedy: Renaissance Man

Deep in the Shropshire countryside is a time machine: the studio of scagliola artist, Thomas Kennedy. Here Thomas produces a decorative surface that i...
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Tom Palmer: The Alchemist

The traditional image of an artist is of someone with easel and palette, working at a leisurely pace to capture landscape or figure. Visitors to Tom P...
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New Oil Paintings by Rosemary Goodenough

Artist, Fashion Designer and entrepreneur, to say that Rosemary Goodnenough is a lady of many talents is an understatement to the extreme. Originally...
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Design Objects by Minas

It’s an irrefutable fact that designer Minas understands the complexities of beautiful jewellery. Renowned for his pieces that balance simplicit...
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Miniature Marvels from D’Joya

Miniatures are an art form that has captivated humanity for millennia. Even as far back as the Ancient Roman and Greeks we see there has been a longst...
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David Harber’s Noonday Cannon

No matter how you look at it, France’s notoriously opulent King Louis XIV was a man of impeccable taste. Responsible for uniting the French aris...
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The Exceptional Beauty of Ornella Iannuzzi ‘s Tanzanite Pendant

It’s not uncommon for a jeweller to occasionally create something simply mind-blowing.  Masterpieces of craftsmanship and design, it is the...
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Philippa Herbert: Making Memories

As anyone with children will know, it sometimes seems like they grow up too fast. This is especially true of when they’re really small, and thos...
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CVNE: Underground Art

As German writer J.W.von Goethe once said, “art and wine bring people together” and, while today his home country might not be the most re...
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Forging Ahead: Nimrod Messeg

When Plateaux gallery comes up in conversation it’s generally one revolving around contemporary glass. That makes sense after all, it is one of...
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Sandra Cronan: Giving The Gift of Vintage

Giving jewellery as a gift is a practice that dates back millennia. An enduring way of expressing your devotion to someone with an object both beautif...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Retrospective: Maddox Gallery’s Anniversary Exhibition

When looking back at Maddox Gallery’s impressive series of exhibitions over the past twelve months you wouldn’t think that the fashionable...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Joy de Vivre

French aristocrat, the Comtesse Joy de Rohan Chabot, is also an artist who over decades has wrought her own enchanted forests and magical kingdoms fro...
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Chamberlain & Co: The Dark Side of Porcelain

Being the creative canvas it often is, fine bone china comes in a huge array of guises, quaint or magnificent, adorned with birds and flowers or stark...
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Flights of Fancy. Darwin, Sinke & van Tongeren

Situated on a quiet, tree-lined street in Haarlem, Holland is a modest red-brick building with the sort of stepped gabled roof that is so ubiquitous t...
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Monet meets Gerhard Richter

In Jessica Zoob’s studio, sunshine is flooding through huge windows looking out to the rolling Sussex Downs. This corner of East Sussex in Engla...
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The Wine of Peace

Whether you’re a collector or simply someone that appreciates a good vintage, wine is something that brings people together. From a joint love o...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Beauty from Geometry

If you’ve ever seen a work of art that your eyes tell you is an impossibility, it was likely created by MC Escher. The artist’s mathematic...
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D’Joya: Gaudi in Gold

Colonia Guell is a magnificent testament to the modernist movement, the largest colony of its type in Catalonia. As unique as it is architecturally in...
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Lincoln Townley for BAFTA

The galleries and curators that rejected Lincoln Townley just a handful of years back must be kicking themselves at the moment. The painter they saw n...
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Interview with Paolo Pininfarina

Of all the design studios in Italy – and there are more than a handful well worth the name – few are in quite the same league as Pininfari...
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Wick Antiques: Collecting the Beauty of the Past

If there’s one thing that collectors and interior designers alike will never stop being bewitched by, it’s the wonderful world of antiques...
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Lincoln Townley: A Retrospective at Saatchi Gallery

A world renowned British artist who continually pushes the boundaries of what celebrity means to us in the modern day as well as presenting a number o...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Rosemary Goodenough: To Sculpt a Queen

Given that the medieval period was all but defined by its kings, Eleanor of Aquitaine stands apart as a bit of an anomaly. Not only was she one of the...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Champagne Life at the Saatchi

It’s been 30 years since Charles Saatchi first opened his eponymous gallery, during which time the space has become a London institution. Not on...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Avant Garde for Autumn

As seasons change it begs to reason that so too should our jewellery. After all, whilst many pieces are timeless, it is good to have seasonal jewels t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Lincoln Townley: Supermodel ICONS

What is the meaning of the term supermodel? In a society now obsessed with image and with beauty standards that are so precise, being a supermodel is...
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D’Joya: Starry, Starry Night

They say that many creatives are on the verge of madness, but few have strayed into the realms of mental instability quite like Vincent Van Gogh. It&r...
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Gerald Laing: The King Of Pop?

When Gerald Laing was a student at London’s St Martin’s School of Art in the early sixties, the English actor Roddy Maude-Roxby heard abou...
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The Best Antique Jewellers in London

In recent years antique jewellery has become more popular than ever. With art deco style inspiration sweeping through many industries once more and an...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Moira: Baroque Beauty

The Baroque period was one of newfound creativity and artistic endeavour on a scale never before seen in Europe, an era which can lay claim to some of...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Lincoln Townley: Portrait of an ICON

Hailed by collectors and critics alike as the ‘new Andy Warhol,’ Lincoln Townley’s creative flair has seen his work exhibited all ov...
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One to Watch: Dan Baldwin

“Looking at Dan’s work is like meeting old friends for me. It looks as though at some point in our careers we used the same casting agency...
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Maddox Gallery: Summer in the City

Summer’s a time for glorious weather, al fresco dining and, it seems, contemporary art. With London’s galleries in full swing with this se...
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Bespoke Electric Bicycles from Inga Gydraite

It’s not often you find a company that have skills as varied as Inga Gydraite Bespoke Interiors. Whilst many interior designers simply focus on...
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Lalique: The Colours of Eden

Nature has always been an unending source of inspiration for Lalique. Since their founding all the way back in 1888, there’s barely an anim...
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Master Graphics –The Art of Printmaking at Halcyon Gallery

Halcyon Gallery has long been regarded as a treasure trove of contemporary art, and just a quick look at their past shows reveal why. Always showcasin...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chamberlain & Co’s George III Collection

There’s always been a certain level of ceremony involved in owning fine decorative china. Once as much of a status symbol as the sports cars and...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Philippa Herbert: Jewellery with Heart

Since learning the craft of casting and beginning their business of capturing precious moments and transforming them into bronze, silver and glas...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Lalique: History in Crystal

For the past 130 years there has been one defining name in the world of glass, a name synonymous the world over with grace of design and mastery of pi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Spiral Cellars: A Gallery for Wine

Wine room. There’s something delicious about the phrase. It evokes something beyond a cellar, a space elevated above simple wine storage. It sug...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Plateaux: Elevating Glass

There are plenty of people that, upon graduating their chosen university, walk down a set path into a career. There are even more that find themselves...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chamberlain & Co: The Tradition of Fine China

There was a time when all of the finest houses in the world could not be without the elaborately decorated pieces of china. With huge decorative vases...
READ FULL ARTICLE

ARCA HORN: Horn Furnishings for the Home

Since the earliest days of craft there have been certain materials that have never faded from use. Whether it’s wood, stone, or even early forms...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Eternal Elegance with Sandra Cronan

The saying goes that diamonds are forever, and when looking at antique jewellery it certainly rings true. Whilst not every piece of antique jewel...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Spiralling Down: The Modern Cellar Solution

Many discerning oenophiles dream of their ideal cellar, a perfectly-curated haven to wines fine and rare. Even if you’re not a dedicated collect...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Lincoln Seligman: India Through English Eyes

There was a time where the fates of England and India were heavily intertwined. Once the jewel of the British Empire and still of the most dazzling co...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Sandra Cronan: Treasures From All Ages

There’s a special magic to owning jewellery from another time. Not only has the piece survived through years of the world changing and growing,...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Gold-Smidt Assembly: Silver Lining

A new dynamic contemporary art gallery, Gold-Smidt Assembly, has recently been launched in Europe. The gallery specialises in exquisite sculptural wal...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Mitch Griffiths: Realisms at the State Hermitage Museum

If there’s one building in St Petersburg quite unlike any other it’s the State Hermitage Museum. Housed within the glittering architecture...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ornella Iannuzzi: The Fine Art of Jewellery Design

Fine art and jewellery have a lot in common. Both are created to be aesthetically pleasing and highly meaningful, and though the term fine art has fad...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Crossing The Bridge at Willow Gallery

There are many galleries in London that stand out. After all, London is undoubtedly a hub of artistic talent and excitement, a home to both venerable...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Yves Frey Diamonds: The Many Colours of Beauty

If you had to list the most precious things in the world diamonds would undoubtedly be among them. Coveted throughout time for their immortal beauty a...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Under The Sea: Marine Interior Inspiration

If there’s one thing we love about this time of year it’s that it means a trip to the seaside is never far away. The sea breeze, the wind...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Delicate Design: Glass Artwork For Your Home

Glass is perhaps one of the most intriguing materials in existence. That may sound like an exaggeration, and granted, glass can be found everywhere, b...
READ FULL ARTICLE

England's Finest Rare Book Sellers

For many people, having a well stocked library is the highlight of their home. A shrine of escapism and sophistication, a library is the perfect place...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Boxes as Splendid as the Jewels

A jewellery box is a vital necessity for keeping your collection of exquisite jewels in order. But then again, it can also be very, very pretty. After...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Heading Through The Looking Glass

There are very few tales that stand the test of time, but Alice in Wonderland can easily be counted among them. There’s just something simply ex...
READ FULL ARTICLE

London’s Top Art Galleries

Art is as vital to humanity as breathing itself. From primordial cave paintings to classical portraits by the Romantics that took years to complete, a...
READ FULL ARTICLE

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Rosemary Goodenough

Frozen Trees and Reeds Oil Painting

£11,875

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