A serious yet delightful credenza that blends a myriad of materials into a functional and elegant whole. Both light and dark, raw and refined, this piece dazzles gently.
An entertaining cabinet that exudes the spirit of the French Riviera in summer; shimmering waters, floating insects on the breeze and the sounds of jazz and laughter.
Strong yet soft. Lustrous contrasting materials make a bedroom piece that is both gentle and reassuring to touch.
Dorsal shapes, sculpted base and a rawhide surface of forms create an organic and flowing maritime energy.
Bracelets, gauntlets, cuffs – ancient sculpted forms as room accents creating a group of unique surfaces that work beautifully together or apart.
Any great drinks table should have beautiful sensuous legs and a top that mystifies and asks to be touched.
Credenza with curving lines, rounded corners and hand-blown crystal handles, finished in shagreen and koto veneer.
Derived from our much-loved Alexandria Salon Table, this piece has been scaled-up to make an elegant coffee table.
Four individually cast bronze legs in a widely meandering carved form.
The Alexandria Side Table gives a greater surface size than the Alexandria Salon Table to allow for use as a lamp table or to sit alongside larger seating.
The Orpheus Console table exudes a spirit of music and poetry evoked by this most alluring of ancient Greek personas.
The top of this table is covered with concentric rings of straw marquetry that have been lacquered to
bring a gorgeous translucent red tone
The Demi-Monde floor lamp is raised on a cast bronze base
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.
Raised on three delicate feet.
This console is shown in Natural Straw Marquetry with repeating sunburst squares.
Natural black lacquer ribs and underside frame a centre field of irregular bronze straw marquetry sunburst squares.
The original idea for these six candlesticks came from the English polished brass weights that were used to measure sweets when I was small.
Inspired by jewellery, the Vespers low table rises on strongly textured caste bronze tapered legs that support a top made from precious materials.
The form is inspired by a Japanese temple candle.
Inspired by Monet's mirror pond, water lillies float on meandering stems. The Fillo Long Table is also available in Silvered Bronze.
An elegant tall cabinet inspired by the idea of light beneath the ocean. Finished in a light tone.
The facets of this vessel were slowly ground smooth with the same technique used in jade polishing
A petite version of the Geo Table Lamp perfect for a desk, a small console or a bedside table.
Lost wax bronze Koi carp