Monthly Archives: February 2014

New In – A Large English Cut Glass Chandelier By Perry & Co Of New Bond Street

Perry Chandelier
Perry Chandelier

A fine English cut glass chandelier of very fine quality by Perry & Co of New Bond Street. Tiered with twelve faceted scrolled branches issuing stellar cut pans and nozzles from lobed wells and baluster vase shaped column, hung with faceted pendants and graduated beads. Many of the scrolls, drops and pans on this chandelier are patented to Perry & Co. . .

 

Perry & Co supplied all the chandeliers to the Prince Regent and nobility accros the world including the Emperor of China. The Victoria and Albert Museum holds a book of sketches of ‘classic’ Perry chandeliers from the 1860’s and 1870’s, which are frequently annotated with the names of those who had ordered them, and the dates of the orders. . .

 

c.1870. ..

 

Measures: 140cm high x 95cm diameter

Perry Chandelier
Perry Chandelier

 

 

New In – An Important Console Table By Paolo Buffa & Giovanni Gariboldi c.1950

Paolo Buffa
Paolo Buffa

An important Italian console table designed by Paolo Buffa and with metal work by Giovanni Gariboldi. This console was part of a large dining suite which included table, chairs, credenza & cabinet. It is if the finest quality in walnut with a rouge marble top. The wood is beautifully carved and finished and the gilt bronze fittings are of the finest quality. . .

 

c.1950. . .

 

Measures: 170cm wide x 92cm high x 44cm deep. . .

 

Literature: Wright

Paolo Buffa
Paolo Buffa

 

 

This Week We Launched Our New Ebury Trading Brand Logo

Ebury Trading

Ebury Trading

This week we ‘quietly’ launched our new brand logo, which was carefully thought through and we love the results and have had amazing feedback. The company was launched in 2006 and ever since then, Mark Punton, who founded the company has carefully managed to keep a ‘low profile’! – So it is only fitting that Ebury Trading (or ET) is promoted as a brand name.

It has been used throughout our social media presence including, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Flickr, Blog, Pinterest, Etc Etc.

The colours are an amalgamation of the ‘house colours’ on our website and blog. We will incidentally be having this colour mixed to be used in certain areas within our store next week.

We wanted something iconic and bold which was clean, youthful and fresh, but somewhere in there is hidden a message. We are antiques dealers, and so the inverted ‘E’ is a stylised version of an ancient Greek letter. Mark’s training, background and influences are in the Classical World and anyone with a basic knowledge of history and design, will know that almost everything we see today in architecture, furniture design and interiors come from the Classical World.

The other hidden subtext in the logo is a Russian letter of the alphabet, which is also an inverted ‘E’. As some of you know, Sasha Alexander has increasingly become an important part of the Ebury Trading team, and as a native of Saint Petersburg, I thought it appropriate as an influence.

We thank you for your continued support, interest and belief in what we do.

Ebury Trading

Ebury Trading