Todd-White have been serving the art world for over 60 years from their central London studio. Despite their many years in the game, the firm have remained ahead of the curve when it comes to technological innovation. They use the latest technology both in-studio or on location to produce the finest images as well as offering 3D imaging and film. In addition, the firm’s highly trained team can repair old film images and rebalance colour issues in existing photos. In short, these photographers have unparalleled experience of shooting art installations and complex work. Located in Mayfair, the firm’s studio is a buzzing hub of creative activity and it’s worthwhile dropping in for a face to face chat with one of their expert team. They are Royal Warrant holders as Fine Art Photographers to The Queen.
Domos Art Advisors
Domos are expert fine art advisors and specialists in due diligence on art transactions. Within the often complex industry that is the art world, it can be difficult for people to sniff out fakes. However, with the help of Domos, art collectors and investors can feel safe in the knowledge that they are getting the right art for a fair price. Domos offers a wide range of services within the art world, all of which prioritise the client’s best interests. These services include sales and acquisition, auction representation, valuation and appraisals, conservation of fine art, framing, art installation and lighting, collection management, historical analysis, safe storage, and forensic examination and art authentication. They have a 100% success rate and are relied upon by high-flyers all around the world such as billionaires, family offices and wealthy families. Domos Art Advisors are proud to sponsor Art and Museum Magazine, a supplement for Family Office Magazine. “It is imperative that you, the client understand that an “Art Advisor” works for you and has a duty of care to you only. However, Art Dealers, Art Galleries and Auction Houses have no such obligation and have to sell you their inventory. The art advisor will always double-check everything to ensure you are getting the right art at the right price and art that has no issues.” – Ty Murphy Art Specialist
Christie’s has been at the centre of London’s fine art sales since it first opened its doors over 250 years ago. This auctioneers hosts sales ranging from classical antiques to Old Masters paintings to Contemporary pieces. Christie’s has been at its current headquarters in St James’s since 1823. In 1990 the auctioneers broke existing sales records with the sale of Van Gogh’s Portrait of Doctor Gachet for $82,500,000 and in 2018 sold David Hockney’s Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) for $80,000,000, making it the most expensive work by a living artist. Christie’s smashed existing sales records again in 2017, selling Da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi for $450,300,000.
Lee J Rowland
It was Lee J Rowland’s experience as an aircraft engineer and natural eye for design that led him to work with the likes of Alexander McQueen, Mr and Mrs Smith and Ice T on a number of fashion based and bespoke projects. By 2008, he had scaled up to producing furniture and founding Rowland Art Engineering which specialises in designing and creating contemporary, original interior tables and luxury accessories for superyachts and the finest residences in the world. Made in the Midlands, they are the epitome of creative British engineering, using materials such as titanium, white gold, silver and stainless steel to produce adventurous, original pieces. Projects include working with superyacht interior design company H2 to build mesmerising ripple and water-themed metallic furniture and currently Lee is working with luxury British bedmakers, Ammique, to create the world’s most expensive bed, so we will keep you posted on its imminent launch! If you would like to check out Ammiques products please see the link below in Contact details.
Carvers & Gilders
Carvers & Gilders was established as a partnership in 1979 and designs, makes, conserves and restores fine carving and gilding. Their tight-knit team are assisted by a wide network of colleagues in related trades and professions and are able to undertake a wide variety of projects. Carvers and Gilders place the client right at the heart of their work. They are open to client involvement, helping to ensure that the design intentions, aesthetics and context of a piece of work are in line with the client’s vision. The team have a detailed knowledge of carving techniques, periods, styles and surface decoration. In addition, they accept commissions for a wide range of styles and design bespoke pieces. Pieces can be made in both contemporary or period styles, and can be made to match existing pieces. They have achieved the highest accolade in their profession, holding a Royal Warrant to HM The Queen as Carvers, Gilders and Restorers.
Founded by King George III and 40 artists and architects in 1768, The Royal Academy has been exhibiting art and promoting artistic debate for over two and a half centuries in Burlington House in Piccadilly. From ancient sculptures to modern masterpiece, the Academy features exhibitions from across the full spectrum of artistic creativity. The academy is also home to Britain’s longest established art schools. Never content to rest on its laurels, the Academy has recently expanded with new spots to eat, drink and shop, as well as new ‘free to view’ exhibiting space. There is something for everyone at the Academy; there are talks especially designed for younger visitors and even a private members club, The Academician’s Room, which hosts parties, film screenings and interviews. The Royal Academy is an artistic institution unrivalled in its heritage and contribution to British art. To walk through its galleries is to walk through a dynamic, changing environment firmly at the centre of the art world.
Daniel Katz has been a key figure in the art and antiques business for over 50 years and has, over the years, collected just about everything. Katz is a true connoisseur, with an enviable eye for selecting only the best pieces. An art lover himself, he blends the passion of a collector with the expertise of a specialist dealer. Daniel Katz Gallery relocated to its current housing in a grand, six-storey, Edwardian town house in Mayfair in 2014. Here you can find a carefully curated mix of Egyptian antiquities, Old Master paintings, Western sculpture, classic modern paintings and 20th-century British art. The gallery hints at a reversal in the art scene’s recent shift towards specialisation, with an overall focus on offering the greatest works of art available, instead of satisfying a miniscule niche. It represents Daniel Katz’s own view of how an art gallery should be - a place of scholarly expertise and advice for a refined artistic audience.
Jamb deals in the finest antique and reproduction fireplaces, fire grates and reproduction antique lighting and has worked with some of the world’s leading architects and designers. The company’s founder, Will Fisher, has worked painstakingly to acquire some of the most extensive collections of antique fireplaces in the country. This dedication can be seen in the company’s stock which features rare 17th-century pieces and Georgian and Regency mantels created by esteemed craftsmen such as William Kent, Isaac Ware, Robert Adam, Henry Cheere and Sir John Soane.
Saatchi Gallery was opened in 1985 by advertising guru Charles Saatchi, one half of Saatchi & Saatchi, as a place to exhibit his large art collection to the public. Previously in North London and then on the South Bank, the gallery has finally found its home in a spectacular 70,000 sq. ft exhibition space in Duke of York Square, Chelsea. The current gallery is an architectural masterpiece whose antiquity contrasts the cutting-edge art inside. The exhibitions focus on young artists and international artists, sometimes bringing less well-known artists firmly into the spotlights of the art world. In fact, Saatchi and his gallery were pivotal in shaping the early careers of Damian Hirst and Tracey Emin. As well as temporary exhibitions of innovative artwork, the gallery also hosts events, a book shop and a cafe. The gallery is ideal for those ready to be impressed by innovative and passionate pieces of art.
Johnny Van Haeften
Johnny Van Haeften is a veteran figure in the art world. He started his career in the PR and Stamp Departments at Christie’s, where he felt a strong affinity with works by the Dutch Masters. This affinity is perhaps a nod to his Dutch ancestry. In 1977 he and his wife opened their first gallery just off Bond Street, which at the time the only one in London operating exclusively in this niche. Prior to opening his Richmond gallery, Van Haeften ran a much larger gallery of 225 paintings in Mayfair. When he relocated to Richmond, he reduced the size of the gallery to just 50 exquisite paintings, meaning it is easier for visitors to absorb his collection. Specialising primarily in Dutch and Flemish paintings, the paintings in this smaller gallery portray scenes from times long past as well as many religious pieces. This gallery is a ‘must visit’ for aficionados of fine art. Opening hours by appointment only.
Cadell + Co.
Founded in 2015, Cadell + Co is the first specialist art advisory firm to be regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority. Seeing that the emergence of art as a mature mainstream asset had not been matched by the regulatory framework, the founders saw a gap in the market because of the concern around the value of art collections. Today, art forms a significant proportion of some high net worth individuals’ investment portfolios. Cadell focuses on preserving and enhancing the wealth tied up in art portfolios. Furthermore, their FCA approval means that trustees can have total confidence that the firm’s advice is transparent, evidence-based and independent. Cadell delivers value at all stages of the art investment process. They offer a second opinion on proposed transactions and have procedures to maximise success when it comes to selling. In a short time, Cadell has built a strong reputation in a sector where reputability is hard-won.
Stanley Gibbons are the world’s longest established rare stamp dealer, set up in 1856 by Edward Stanley Gibbons. They opened their current shop on The Strand in 1891, and also have overseas sites in Hong Kong and Singapore. As well as stamps, Stanley Gibbons also deal in coins and antiques. The shop caters to the requirements of all collectors, from beginner to connoisseur. Publishers of Gibbons Stamp Monthly, which is the UK’s premier stamp magazine, their expert staff can advise on everything from highest quality Penny Blacks to the latest in watermark detection technology. You can book a personal consultation with their highly experienced staff, where you will receive specialist philatelic advice, whatever your area of need. The shop is located right in the heart of London, close to Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden.
Charles Perry Restorations
Charles Perry Restorations are conservators and restorers of antique furniture and objects from all periods and movements. They provide restoration services including cabinet repairs, hand polishing and waxing, traditional upholstery, veneer loss replacement and gilding. Their workshop is situated on the Earl and Countess of Verulam's Estate on the outskirts of the historic Roman city of St Albans. Despite its rural location, their workshop is only 40 minutes’ drive from central London. Highly experienced and qualified, their staff have such qualifications as the British Antique Dealers' Association West Dean College Diploma, the London College of Furniture City and Guilds Certificate, and BAFRA membership. These esteemed restorers are especially renowned for their attentive approach; they take time to understand their clients’ wants and give each project a written restoration programme. The firm are notable for carrying out the post-fire damage restoration at both Windsor Castle and Hampton Court.
Following a passion to create something completely individual, Marek Landa and his wife Michaela founded Crystal Caviar in the Czech Republic in 2010, the home to the ancient tradition of Bohemian glass craftsmanship. Having developed this intricate art form, eight years later the company is the largest supplier of crystal sculptures and luxury glass chandeliers to the superyacht industry. Not only have they installed their stunning, individualistic pieces on 92 yachts worldwide, but have also provided glass products to multitudes of public buildings and private residences.
Pandora Art Services | Art on Superyachts
Led by Oxford-educated art historian Pandora Mather-Lees, Art On Superyachts provides training to those working for owners of fine art, in particular aboard superyachts. The customisable one or two day course is made up of up to ten modules delivered as lectures or workshops and covers three main topics. Modules covering art appreciation will close the gaps in the crew’s knowledge of the high-stakes global art market, the intrinsic value of the items and will give an insight into art history, the major art movements and periods and the correct terminology. Training will also cover care and conservation, how to avoid climatic damage and the correct placement onboard, whilst the last part of the course looks at the legal export risks. Without an understanding of the documentation and protocols necessary and the laws and regulations in place, superyachts can find themselves facing criminal penalties. The course is a must for anyone working in the superyacht or luxury hospitality industry.
Rountree Tryon Galleries
Rountree Tryon Galleries was created after a merger between Tryon Gallery and Rountree Fine Art in 2013. The merger brought together two well established galleries with common interests and a shared vision. Tryon Gallery was founded in 1959 and over the years established itself as one of the world’s leading dealers in sporting and wildlife art. In 2009 it received a tribute from HRH the Duke of Edinburgh to mark its 50th anniversary. Rountree Fine Art is significantly younger, but had no less made its mark before the merger. After ten years working at Christie’s and Bonhams, James Rountree started the gallery in 2009. The gallery focused primarily on sporting and maritime paintings dating from the 18th century through to the Second World War. In April 2018, Rountree Tryon Galleries were granted a Royal Warrant of Appointment to The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh as a Specialist Art Dealer. This celebrated gallery is located in St. James’s, Central London, with a sister establishment in Petworth, West Sussex.
Castrum Global UK | Removals
Castrum Global serves the interior design and architectural industries by offering a number of services designed to make life easier when it comes to packing, storage, transportation and installation. When packing they use both state of the art technology and also trusted methods to ensure that items are kept in perfect condition because sometimes paper and carton will suffice and sometimes it certainly will not. If you need an item transported anywhere in the world, Castrum Global is able to, with the help of an international network made up of experienced and leading agents who can ensure the safe arrival and installation of your goods. Perhaps you need help installing lights, hanging frames, placing furniture or accent pieces, Castrum Global can do all of this, irrespective of demands and they provide a comprehensive insurance package to cover any untimely eventualities. The company also offers safe and discreet storage facilities. Working closely with every client to understand their specific needs and requests, Castrum Global leads the way when it comes to moving. Verified Listique Member Testimonial "As a House manager working for an UHNW family based in Belgravia managing multiple properties, Castrum Global has been, for years, our trusted removal, installation and transportation company, not just in London but to other residences around Europe. Jamie and his team seem to make what sometimes may appear to be an impossible task, possible! Whether that be craning deadweight bespoke furniture through fourth-floor windows or mounting priceless pieces of art. They are meticulously professional in every detail even after several long hard days they still smile. They also never fail to leave our properties immaculate after the job is done. If only every tradesman operated in this way.....my job would be easy!"
A.S. Handover founded this establishment in 1949, selling decorators brushes from a small hayloft in Highgate Village, London. His business boomed, fueled by the demand for brushes in a London that was still being rebuilt after the Second World War. Soon after, the firm began making specialist high-quality brushes for graphic artists, poster writers, sign writers, animation studios and advertising companies The firm has steadily grown over the years to become the widely recognised expert store it is today. In addition to produce from their workshop, they stock a comprehensive range of decorating tools and brushes, scumble glazes, signwriting enamels, varnishes, french polishes, universal strainers, pigments and artists’ oil colours, water-colours and acrylics. They are also one of the UK’s foremost suppliers of of gold leaf and other gilding supplies. Their products are used by the country’s finest craftsmen in museums, film studios, stately homes and the Houses of Parliament. They count the Royal Household at Buckingham Palace among their patrons. They are a Royal Warrant Holder by appointment to Her Majesty the Queen as Suppliers of Brushes, Paints and Gilding Equipment.
Founded in 1910 in Isfahan, Iran, this family business has gained world-wide recognition for over a century as one of the top art and antiquities dealers in the profession. Now located in Mayfair, London, the gallery has branched out since its establishment, from its original exclusivity to Persian and Islamic works of art, to pieces of Egyptian, Classical, Indian, and Near Eastern origin. Pablo Picasso was inspired by his purchase of an eighth-century terracotta figure from the gallery, and it’s not hard to see why. Through the careful selection of their pieces, the Aaron family have preserved the irreplaceable magic and beauty of various different cultures throughout time. Appointments on Saturday and Sunday by appointment only.
Spink & Son
A Mr John Spink founded a goldsmiths and pawnbrokers near Lombard Street in the time of King Charles II. Over the years, the firm gravitated towards selling jewelry and coins, and began to deal in oriental art in the 1850s. Today, Spink’s auctions attract a huge variety of buyers, ranging from overseas investors to passionate private collectors. Spink attracts buyers from every country, in particular China, India and America. They continue to uphold a long tradition of expertise and client service. They claim that “no-one else in the field of collectibles offers such a broad range of services to the collector or to those seeking advice on disposing of single items or a collection.” Although this may be a bold statement, it is also an accurate one. Spink truly is the epicentre of the global collectibles market.
Beaumont Nathan Fine Art
Beaumont Nathan are a leading independent art advisory, active across the entire spectrum of the global art market, launched in 2014. Despite being a relatively new outfit, Beaumont Nathan have a vast treasure trove of knowledge that has been cultivated over years of looking at art, analyzing auction sales and understanding the inner workings of the market. They combine an art lover’s connoisseurship with commercial expertise and market intelligence for a winning combination. This marriage of passion and rationale has led the firm to great success; since their launch they have advised on over half a billion dollars of transactions. Beyond helping their clients access elusive artworks, Beaumont Nathan also help refine their clients’ tastes. Being able to look inside of trends and identify areas of interest and quality that perhaps are not obvious ones is a learned skill that must be embodied over time. Beaumont Nathan help their clients develop this ability.
Knowledgeable and eccentric, Gillian is a revered expert in the field of antique jewellery with 35 years experience. A go-to for celebrity stylists and fashion editors, Horsup’s pieces have featured on countless covers including Vogue and Tatler. From the roaring 20s to the swinging 60s, she is constantly sourcing an eclectic mix of jewellery and accessories. Her favourite period is the 20s-30s but the collection is comprehensive. You’ll find it all: Venetian glass necklaces, Victorian earrings and even vintage smoking accessories! Above everything, Gillian values contact with her customers, and you’ll be enchanted as she dispenses pearls of wisdom about.. well, pearls.
Colin Bowles were established 40 years ago and, in the meantime, have built up a broad range of experience. Today, they are a leading provider of mounting, installation and conservation to the fine art and cultural heritage trade. Their expert team look carefully at each piece and believe there is no specific technical solution to a particular problem. Instead, they treat each job as bespoke and apply the highest degree of care and originality. Colin Bowles deliver their leading services to international museums, galleries, auction houses and private collections. For twelve years they have proudly held the Royal Warrant for Mount Makers of Objects and Works of Art and in 2012 they were given task of the complete re-display of Her Majesty’s Crown Jewels at the Tower of London. Their workshop is located in South West London, on the border of the London West End.
1858 Ltd Art Advisory
1858 Ltd is a true pioneer in the art wealth management sector and have helped countless clients transact in the complex, international and exclusive art market. Since founding the company back in 2004, Viola Raikhel-Bolot and Harvey Mendelson haven’t looked back. With offices in London, New York, Dusseldorf, Paris and Sydney, 1858 are a truly international art and collectables advisory firm. They provide advice at all stages of the collecting life cycle, from strategic advice around transactions to curation, building collections, collection management and valuations. Their distinguished clients understand that, like all other assets, art and collectables need to be managed with diligence and expertise. 1858’s clientele range from high and ultra-high net wealth individuals to private banks, museums and foundations, fashion houses and luxury brands. 1858 Ltd services are bespoke and include: ⁃ Buying and Selling of fine art in all sectors of the art market including Antiquities, Old Masters, Impressionists, Modern and Contemporary, privately or at auction ⁃ Authentication and Attribution as well as provenance research ⁃ Valuations of individual pieces and collections for both market and insurance purposes, remotely or on site ⁃ Facilitating review of the insurance policy. Indeed, from experience many collections are underinsured and not all risks are catered for e.g. flood, fire, earthquake. We have recently moved a clients’ coverage and saved them over £100,000 per year on premium alone. ⁃ Independent risk assessment and loss prevention strategies ⁃ Logistics Management including shipping, import and export licenses, restoration, hanging, museum framing, object mounting and storage. ⁃ Collection Management including curatorial expertise, cataloguing, bespoke database management and publishing ⁃ Facilitating Art and Classic Car Finance (raising finance utilising the asset as collateral) ⁃ Next Generation training and educational program ⁃ Coordinate collaborations between Luxury and Art
This veritable London institution really needs no introduction. A world leading auction house for nearly 250 years, in its time many of the world’s finest pieces have been sold here. As well as auctions, Sotheby’s hosts fabulous exhibitions of international art. These exhibitions are as diverse as the art sold in its auction rooms, ranging from the antiquarian to the contemporary with plenty of room for everything in between. The entrance on New Bond Street leads you into a large, spacious gallery that spreads over several floors. Visitors will be impressed by the breadth of pieces on display, testament to Sotheby’s position at the core of the modern art scene. In addition to the galleries and auction rooms, there is a restaurant and a café that serves delicious food, perfect after a long morning browsing some outstanding artwork. Visiting Sotheby’s, whether for an auction or a browse of its galleries, is an experience to be savoured.
Fergus Hall | Old Master Dealer
Recognised as one of the world’s leading international dealers and experts in the field of old master paintings, London-based Fergus Hall deals in paintings from c.1500 - 1800, specialising predominantly in works from the 17th century. Fergus is credited for discovering a number of important lost artworks, including Jusepe de Ribera's 'St James’, which was sold to the San Diego Museum of Art in 2016. In 2019, he also discovered the previously overlooked Van Dyck portrait of Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, which has now been confirmed as an important autograph work. Their gallery on Albemarle Street is situated in the heart of London’s art market and it’s from this discrete viewing space that they have made many notable sales to both private collectors and museums, including Sir Peter Lely’s 'Portrait of a Man, Possibly the Artist, Playing a Violin' that was sold to an important private collection in Europe, a landscape by Aelbert Cuyp that was sold to the Sarah Bladder Foundation in Houston, and Sir Anthony Van Dyck’s 'Head Study of a Magistrate of Brussels', a rediscovered lost work, which was sold to an important private collection in the USA.
Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox
Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox are renowned for their discretion and in depth knowledge of the Old Masters. As well as art dealing, the firm’s expert team also offer advice to artistic institutions around the world. The firm are unparalleled in their deep knowledge of art history. Most sensationally, in 2007 the firm recognised a long-lost Rembrandt self-portrait on sale in a small English sale room. The firm have been essential in bringing forgotten artists and artistic movements into the central focus of the art scene. When long standing director Jack Baer left the firm in 2001, aged 76, it was estimated that art worth £150 million could have been lost if not for his hard work. He made his name finding little-known masterpieces from unfashionable artists and opening people’s eyes to their brilliance.
For over a decade, Corfield Morris and its team of independent advisors have offered expertise to identify and evaluate the art a client is looking to buy or sell. As art market insiders, they have the means to source pieces from a list of extensive contacts within all ranks of the art world. Corfield Morris understand that a piece of art can possess significant value and offer a bespoke collection management and curatorial service. Whether its shipping a work of art from overseas or providing legal advice on how best to manage a sale, Corfield Morris are experienced and utterly discreet in every service they provide.
Albert Amor have been dealing in the top end of the decorative arts field since they were founded in 1905. In the beginning the firm dealt in a more general range of goods, before becoming expert dealers in 18th and 19th century English and Continental porcelain more recently. The founder, Mr Amor, built a reputation as ‘the’ authority on English porcelain in their early years, assisting mostly private collectors in acquiring the finest pieces. Today, the firm continues to deal with private collectors from all over the world, who build up their collections either by commissioning the firm to bid on their behalf or through specialised themed exhibition. In the spring and autumn, Albert Amor host themed selling exhibitions that are well worth visiting. The firm are Royal Warrant holders by appointment to HM The Queen as Suppliers of 18th Century Porcelains.
The Old Cinema
When this former cinema was on the verge of demolition by a supermarket chain, a couple of local antique dealers obtained the freehold and converted it into an antique department store in 1979. 40 years later and it is still going strong, continuing to inspire visitors with its eccentric mix of furniture and accessories. The store’s stock is incredibly diverse, testament to their expert buyers who pour over products from across the world and select only the finest. The ever-changing and wide-ranging inventory is perfect for those looking to bring something a little different to their home. The Old Cinema’s selections have found their way onto the set of Hollywood movies, into exclusive hotels, fine restaurants and bakeries, trendy bars and boutiques as well as celebrity homes and castles. Despite their growing size and global appeal, The Old Cinema remains a family business.
Arnold Wiggins & Sons
Based in St James’s, London, this family business has been built from the history of craftsmanship, and still works with the traditional, passionate approach that they always have since the early 20th century. They have previously fitted frames for the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Household and multitudes of private collectors around the world. The business was taken over by Michael Gregory in 1980, who worked alongside Jim Wiggins during his time training as a gilder and carver. Gregory maintains the traditional values that have run through this family business since its inception, overlooking the work on the frames to make sure it is carved, gilded, stained and polished to perfection. The Wiggins Frame Archive remains a valued resource for framing suggestions.
Stuart R Stevenson
Stuart R Stevenson started the business in 1980 from the boot of his Volvo estate and acquired the current premises in 1985. Despite their lack of comfort, those early years driving round London were where he first earned his strong reputation and loyal client base which the business holds to this day. This authentic retailers believe that their small size gives them an advantage over larger stores. They pride themselves on knowing each one of their clients personally and have been witness to some of London’s finest art works and studios. In a fast changing city, this family store’s friendly, personal service ensures that this shop will endure for years to come. This retailers are Royal Warrant holders as Suppliers of Artist and Gilding Materials and are located in Clerkenwell, Central London.
A.C. Cooper were first established in 1965 with the aim of bringing a level of quality their competitors would find hard to match. Since then, quality has remained at the centre of everything they do. Family-run, the business is a creative hub with a warm and welcoming feel. Their specialist team are BIPP qualified Masters in Photography, Editing and Print services and, aside from their personal work, provide digital photography for some of the UK's leading and world-renowned brands. A.C. Cooper has received numerous accolades; they are a BIPP Award Winner and a Hahnemuhle Certified Print Studio. In over five decades, they have built a steady reputation as one of London’s finest. Whether on materials or quality, A.C. Cooper refuses to compromise. Weekends and Out of Hours - Contact for Appointment.
Rogers de Rin
Victoria de Rin established the gallery in 1970 after spending years selling pieces from a stall at Camden Passage antiques market. She is undoubtedly the best known of all Wemyss Ware dealers and has written academic books on the pottery movement, raising the profile of Wemyss Ware in the UK and internationally. Notable Wemyss Ware collectors include the late Queen Mother and former US President Roosevelt. Rogers de Rin were the sole agent used for sourcing Wemyss Ware for the Queen Mother’s large collection. The shop holds a Royal Warrant by appointment to HRH The Prince of Wales as an Antique Dealer and Restorer. In addition to Wemyss Ware, Rogers de Rin specialise in tea caddies, snuffboxes, mauchline, needleworks and shell work and prisoner of war carvings.
Located in the heart of London, Hamish Dewar have been breathing fresh life into paintings for several decades. They are experts in cleaning and restoring a diverse array of paintings, from historic oil paintings and watercolours to contemporary works of art. In addition to serving many prestigious corporate clients, Hamish Dewar are ‘the’ fine art restorers for art collectors and private families throughout the United Kingdom. Certified experts, they are adept at adapting their restoration methods in accordance with the demands of the painting. Even in an era where specialist scientists can systematically analyse any work of art, the gut reaction of the connoisseurs at Hamish Dewar is even more trustworthy.
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