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Discover what’s new in the world of dramatic and different interiors. Browse our ever evolving collection of new, vintage and antique lighting, furniture and décor.

18th Century Spanish Console Table
£1,200.00

A beautiful, intricately carved wood console table dating back to the late 18th century (c1790).

Decorated with intricate carving, typical of the era and supported by four solid, turned wood legs. A deep drawer features an iron pull. The rich patina across the piece adds to the charm.

This piece would be ideal for use in an entrance hall

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Mosman Brass Curve Wall Sconce
£350.00

Our Mosman Curve alabaster wall sconce features a smooth disc of alabaster carved into a convex shape with a discreet brass finish backplate, also available in bronze.

The minimal, sleek design of this lighting piece means it can be used in a wide array of interiors. Use in pairs on either side of a mirror or art or individually as part of an atmospheric layered lighting scheme.

View the full Mosman collection of alabaster lamps, chandeliers, wall lights and pendants here.

19th Century French Bleached Walnut Commode 125cm
£3,800.00

A delightful antique French commode crafted from beautiful bleached walnut wood with a Breccia marble top. This late 19th century piece is in the Louis XVI style of the late 1800’s. The commode features 3 spacious drawers with the original decorative brass hardware. A solid, well proportioned antique with a timeless appeal, ideal for use in an entrance hall or living space.

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Alba Wall Light - 4 colour options
£295.00

A vintage inspired wall light formed from beautiful, coloured polyhedrons in Pink, Amber, Lilac and Smoked glass and tiered in a striking  formation. Each piece of glass is individually bolted to a brass finish frame.

For a similar look try our larger Sorrento or Modena wall lights.

Ebonised 19th Century French Commode 106cm
£3,950.00

A beautifully proportioned, ebonised antique commode with heavy brass details and Carrara marble top. This 19th century Louis XVI style French commode dates back to the 1890s. A decorative yet practical piece featuring three spacious drawers that include the original brass escutcheons and drop handles below the highly decorative gallery rail.

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19th Century French Metal Grape Hod
£475.00

A 19th century grape hod, originally used in one of Chateauneuf-du-Pape vineyards to collect grapes during the harvest. They are made of galvanised metal and feature a hand painted Chateauneuf-du-Pape crest.

These grape hods are perfect for storing logs, holding a floral display or even for cooling drinks. We currently have 3 available, price is per item.

Vintage Sculptors Table
£4,950.00

This striking sculptor’s table was used by a master craftsman at an old plaster factory in Rouen, France. It features a slate top that rests on two wooden, adjustable trestle legs.

The now retired sculptor used the table to create beautiful decorative plaster pieces of which Matt bought over 400! This table oozes character and would make a great work bench for a studio or even a dining table.

Small Verdigris Bronze Hampstead Lantern
£750.00

New to our Hampstead collection is the small Hampstead hanging globe lantern cast from brass and finished in a verdigris bronze. This classic and versatile design, based on a Victorian original, has been scaled down to allow for use in rooms with lower ceilings or to be grouped together, yet has all the charm and detail of our standard Hampstead size. Perfect for hallways, kitchens and for commercial use. Also available in a larger version, and in an oversized version – the Grande Hampstead.