The latest high-end MUST-HAVES to add to your collection
Spread your passion for art into the garden with this unique 100 per cent bronze statue of a stag. It is sure to instantly add character and style to your outdoor area. Reaching up to 6 feet tall, it is a fabulous centre piece that was inspired by the themes of Titian’s paintings and the story of Actaeon, who was turned into a stag by the Goddess Diana.
With only ten bikes produced, this is the ultimate luxury bicycle. Covered in exactly 100 Swarovski crystals, this numbered gem is also gilded with 24-carat gold. To provide the owner with even more luxury, once it is ordered, it will be delivered directly to your door via white glove, no matter where in the world you live.
Capture The Moment
A camera that has been seen in the hands of A-list celebrities, including David Beckham while he captured his wife, Victoria Beckham, at a fashion show, the X100 combines classic style and advanced technology. The X100 is just one of FujiFilm’s impressive selection of cameras. Established in 1934, the Japanese-based company has developed as a brand and now has a strong presence around the globe. They produce a variety of models in a range of styles that would suit any photographer, professional or novice.
Riding The Waves
A boat specialist, Nautica Casarola is a company that was born not only to sell a product but also and especially to provide assistance and support to its clients. Having been active in this sector for more than 45 years, Nautica Casarola has dealt with the sale of both new and used boats, as well as carrying out general maintenance and repairs. In particular they have distinguished themselves in the rebuilding and upkeep of mahogany Riva motorboats.
Keeping In Time
Edmond Watches’ timepieces are a perfect fit for the modern day man who likes to live life with style and adventure. Commenting on the watches, JP Edmond, creator of the brand, said: ‘The original and luxury designs are perfect for both business and leisure.’ They involve an exclusive lock which is a patented pull and push crown control system that gives a special and unique look to the watch while facilitating adjustment.
Specialising in luxury gentlemen’s grooming products since 1854, Taylor of Old Bond Street offers the finest selection from both their central London based shop and also online. Their range includes shaving brushes, razors, aftershaves and other shaving accessories to ensure that skin is kept smooth and supple. Presented in a luxurious satin box, their gift selection is particularly noteworthy. They also offer an impressive range of miniature-sized products that are specifically designed for those travelling on leisure or business trips.
A company that specialise in making one-off pieces for private homes and public spaces, The Edward Barnsley Workshop serves clients who are looking for unique pieces of furniture. Whether that is a chess table, cocktail cabinet or library steps, these craftsmen have the skill to create it. The company is named after Edward Barnsley, who ran the business with his father, Sidney Barnsley, uncle, Ernest Barnsley and family friend, Ernest Gimson. The men worked together, creating bespoke furniture, often taking influence from William Morris, a textile designer who was renowned for his radical ideas. During the twentieth century, Ernest Gimson and the three Barnsleys were seen as key figures in the Arts & Crafts Movement and their influence on design has since been immense.
Suzanne Syz is a contemporary jewellery designer based in Geneva. She is renowned for creating unique pieces and unconventional designs, which draw on many sources for inspiration. Born in Zurich and educated in Paris, she moved to New York City in the 1980s and became part of the circle of artists including Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat, Julian Schnabel and Francesco Clemente. The nearness of these revolutionary creative spirits and their work not only greatly impacted her contemporary art collection; it also proved to be a formidable catalyst for her jewellery creations.
A family business that was established in 1851 in Kiev, Ukraine, A La Vielle Russie has since transferred to one of New York’s most famous streets, Fifth Avenue. The company specialise in European and American antique jewellery and works of arts. A particular highlight from their collection is this stunning nineteenth century Parisian vase.