News & Events

March 2020

A selection of recent stock purchases. These include an original Louis Kalff NB100 desk lamp for Philips produced in 1957. A large olive wood bowl. French c.1970’s and a striking large 1970’s British abstract. Please contact us, should you be looking for a particular item or painting. We do offer an art sourcing service. COVID-19 […]

February 2020

Showing here are photos from the Winter Decorative Fair last week. Featured pieces were a Guglielmo Ulrich ceiling light, Italian c.1940’s, a wonderful nude by the Anglo-Jewish artist Bernard Meninsky, a selection of abstract paintings, mirrors and a stunning large coffee table. Italian c.1970’s. Many pieces sold and new items have been updated to the […]

January 2020

We wish all our clients a happy, healthy and prosperous 2020 and look forward to seeing them at the next Decorative Fair in Battersea Park 21-26th January. Featuring here are some new purchases; a large Italian mirror, rare Clement Nauny lamp for Maison Desny and a small wonderfully cast abstract sculpture by Pierre Manolli. We […]

December 2019

The end of the year is fast approaching and we have been out sourcing for the next Decorative Fair in Battersea Park in January. Featured here is a stunning Italian 1940’s Guglielmo Ulrich patinated bronze and glass ceiling light, a Dutch coffee table designed by Ate van Apeldoorn, c.1970’s and a large Italian 1970’s perspex […]

November 2019

New stock for the month of November. A wonderful modernist two tier nickel, mirrored and glass side table. A pair of elegant pierced, gilded metal light pendants Danish c.1960’s.  And a 1960’s glass and nickel French coffee table in the style of Jacques Quinet. All these pieces of stock will complement most interiors from the […]

October 2019

The doors open to the Decorative Fair on Tuesday 1st October. Do come and visit us. Stand C14. Showing here photos of the stand featuring an Arlus lamp, a pair of lacquered Swedish chairs, a fabulous Romeo Rego lamp, a Dan Wukermian spoon, bronze globe and some 20th century abstract art. Don’t miss this great […]

September 2019

Very much looking forward to returning to the Autumn Decorative Fair in Battersea Park. Please let us know if you wish to receive a complimentary invitation. Showing here, some recent purchases. Fabulous very tall French 1970’s vase. A quirky pierced metal lantern in the style of Mathieu Mategot and a French 1970’s Olive wood framed […]

August 2019

We are busy buying and sourcing new stock for the next Autumn Decorative Fair in Battersea park, so do keep an eye on the website and save the date for the fair 1st -6th October.  Showing here, some recent purchases. A 1950’s Danish armchair. Tall green French 1970’s vase and an interesting plaster sconce wall […]

July 2019

July sees the last few days of the prestigious Masterpiece Fair in London, a must see event full of jaw dropping arts of work, dating from the ancient to the contemporary. Featuring here are some of our latest finds. A wonderful large 1970’s Murano paperweight with integral speckled gold ribbon detail. A large striking 1970’s […]

June 2019

June is quickly upon us with one of the most exciting fairs of the year coming to London. Masterpiece is must see event, showing exceptional pieces of art, modern design, antiquities, contemporary art and stunning jewellery. For those wishing to buy more affordable items, have a look at our latest stock featuring here; a Jacques […]

May 2019

  A buying trip abroad has replenished our stock with some examples above including a pair of French 1960’s unfilled travertine and black metal side tables. An interesting black and white abstract, indistinctly signed and dated 1959. There are also some various pieces of glass, including Whitefriars bubble bowls and a fabulous large Ashante stool […]

April 2019

We will be exceptionally missing the Spring Decorative Fair in Battersea Park this year but will be back in October. In the meantime, we are continuing to source new pieces of stock, which are regularly updated to the website. Showing here a small gilt metal table lamp, in the manner of Boris Lacrois. An early […]