Boxes inspired by the flat-topped pyramid form of the Mayan temples Alexander saw aged 16 on a wonderful trip to Mexico.
Mantle – the seabed, caught and dappled by the sun in the shallows.
A carefully joined long box that is covered with various hand-finished gesso, lacquer and gilded surfaces.
Cast bronze boxes that are both sculpture and functional object.
A set of boxes combining fine woodwork and metal casting skills.
Hand-carved from solid wood into the shape of a clam shell,
The Conique Box is made in teak using a tapered form construction borrowed from the elegant jewellery boxes of Java.
Imagine slicing through a block and finding solid gold inside.
The slim form of this Chop Box demanded the elegance and tactility of ivory shagreen.
The Chop Boxes are made from solid oak in our own workshops.
Made in our own workshops in cerrused oak and inlaid with bronze straw marquetry.
Every sliver of golden straw is applied by hand on the box’s surface to create the subtlest undulation and variance in the reflectiveness of the sunburst pattern.
An important box in antique ivory and gilded handle edges. Interior of pure sienna lacquer and parchment tray.
An important box in lacquered shagreen and gilded handle edges. Interior of white crackle and parchment tray.
Seventeen shagreen skins envelop the hand carved contours of this spectacular decorative box
Nineteen raw shagreen skins in Natural Speckle envelop the hand carved contours of this regal box.
The hand-carved Peking Box has been covered with raw shagreen and finished with seven layers of red Lacquer.
The handcarved shagreen lid was inspired by mid century American craft pieces