Archive for May, 2009

Item Of The Month In Depth, May – Chelsea Barrack’s Chandelier

This month I would like to highlight this unusual chandelier. It was rescued from the neo- Byzantine Victorian chapel in what was the Chelsea barracks here in London. The chapel is the only surviving original part of the old Barracks, along with some railings. The remaining 60’s barracks were recently demolished as part of the […]

New In – A French Wrought Iron Lantern c.1820

New in today is a large French tapering octagonal hanging lantern in wrought iron. The glazed panels contain hand made glass with air bubbles. it dates to around c1820 and measures: 90cm high x 35cm wide

New In – Four Regency Wall Lights

New in today are a set of four English, gilt bronze and cut glass twin branch wall lights of fine quality. With a central cut glass crook suspending cut glass faceted chains and pendants. They date to around c1830 and measure: 33cm high x 31cm wide

Friend Of The Month, May – Cosmo China

This month I would like to introduce Cosmo China. Cosmo is the name given to the studio and two shops selling hand painted china and porcelain owned and run by the Firmin family. Charlotte, Josie & Katy are three sisters and part of the distinguished Firmin family. Their Father, Peter Firmin is the famous animator […]

May’s Offer: Buy The Large Pair Of 1940’s Fer Forge Console Tables & Get The Smaller Pair Free

A great offer for May is the chance to buy the large pair of French 1940’s fer forge demi lune console tables with marble tops and get the slightly smaller rectangular pair which are en suite, free! This offer is open for a month from the date of this post. Contact me for further details.

New In – An Italian c1930’s Bevelled Mirror With A Coloured Border

New in today is a charming little Italian bevelled mirror, octagonal in shape it has a peach coloured bevelled border and the main mirror plate is held in place with peach coloured glass rosettes. Measures: 67cm tall x 43cm wide