Bronze animal sculpture has been a part of the artwork that we design and make since the beginning.
Finding stones in a mountain can be more difficult than it might sound.
The New Year is long gone, Chinese New Year now behind us and it is almost four months since the Alexander Lamont Blog began.
Wherever we are in the world it is nature that tells us of the passage of time and the advent of the holidays.
I am very pleased to let you know that the ‘Alexander Lamont’ Blog is being launched today.
Perhaps the greatest private collection ever seen at auction was that of Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, sold by Christies Paris in 2009.
Ward Nuyttens is Alexander Lamont’s International Sales Representative for Asia
Alexander Lamont is pleased to introduce Steven Lanham, our new Factory Operations Manager.
Nearly all of the art and objects that we see in the famous museums of the world are there thanks to their beauty and durability.
After more than a year of conversation, design and development, last week I opened our new store at Central Embassy in Bangkok
I have to admit to being first and foremost an aficionado of objects. Furniture and lighting are important and architectural, but objects just are.
Napoleon once described England as 'a nation of shopkeepers'.
The fragrance of the past, remembered scenes and places, draws us powerfully.
Every year at my studio and workshop we have a 'Tham Bun' ceremony when we bring monks to bless our factory and staff.
I would like to tell you the story about how I came up with the idea for and then made the Hammered Bowls.
We are celebrating Christmas 2012 with the launch of our Scholars Gift Collection
For the Seventh object an object grows from one shape into another shape.
The sixth of our gifts are the Bronze Seal Boxes.
The fifth gift of this season are the Gilded Scallops.
The fourth of our gifts mirrors one of the defining objects in the scholar's studio of China: the brush pot.
Third in our gift creations is the Essay Lantern
The second of our gifts are the Quill Vases designed by Ryosuke Harashima of Kanazawa, Japan.
This week's gift is the Nocturne Lantern. Evoking the opium dens of Saigon and Bangkok at the turn of last century
On straw marquetry at Alexander Lamont
This June we are pleased to invite you to our exhibition The Art of Ikebana at ‘Alexander Lamont’ with Naomi Daimaru.
A short email to introduce our Facebook page
Jewellery as inspiration in 'Alexander Lamont' designs
Announcing the rebranding of Alexander Lamont