More highlights from the Belgravia Awards 2018 this morning. This year @arthurbrett1860 specially designed and crafted these beautiful bespoke jewellery boxes from different exotic timbers for the six top award winners. Here Jeremy Loxton and Joanne Hetherington of Arthur Brett stand proudly with one of the prizes. And swipe left to see Jeremy and @marcuswareing awarding the prize for Charitable Champion. Next week we'll give you a closer peak at one of these special boxes... #ArthurBrett#ArthurBrettFurniture#bespoke#jewellerybox#exotictimbers#awards#awardceremony#MarcusWareing#PimlicoRoad @belgravia_ldn @belgraviamagazine @jumeirahct
More from the Belgravia Awards 2018 this morning! We want to congratulate our friends @lapouleaupotrestaurant, which is situated right at the heart of the Pimlico Road in Orange Square, for being awarded the 'Old Friend' award 👏👏 Many thanks to Publishing Business for this fantastic photo of @marcuswareing handing over the prestigious award. This year's beautiful awards were jewellery boxes crafted from different exotic timbers by @arthurbrett1860, but more on that later!
#lapouleaupot#MarcusWareing#oldfriend#bestofbelgravia#belgraviaawards2018#belgraviaawards#belgraviamagazine#PimlicoRoad @belgraviamagazine @belgravia_ldn @jumeirahct
A view from the bronze-based Moore Table this morning at the gallery, featuring Ryan Callanan’s bronze-leafed Smiley & Robyn Ward’s spray painted canvas “Over Population”. Swipe for detail views & DM for sales enquiries.
We have all sorts of treasures waiting for you @lambertygallery featured here is Irish street art Painter Robyn Ward, renowned furniture designer Mark Brazier-Jones, Spanish master Agusti Puig & our Queen of Neon Lauren Baker 💎• @robynwardart @markbrazierjones @laurenbakerart
A collection of shell and coral mounted in a Paris porcelain bowl, French circa 1815. This charming sculpture is part of the ancient tradition of mounting objects with marine life to create fantasy in the home. In the 18th Century entire rooms were decorated with shells, corals, and other crustaceans, as grottoes were built in the grounds of important houses. On a smaller scale, this object provides a charming focal point for a surface. I found this on my recent trip to Paris and it brings some Parisian joie de vivre to our gallery on The Pimlico Road. PM if interested.