Besselink & Jones is a leading British designer and manufacturer of innovative and decorative lighting. All of the design, brass turning, wood carving, metal plating and bespoke work are handled in-house at the west London workshop. The range includes table lamps (column, glass, tea caddies, ceramic, etc), desk lamps, floor lamps, wall lights (including picture and library lights), hanging lamps, storm lanterns and candlesticks. Besselink & Jones also have a wide range of silk and card lampshades, lamp holders and fittings in stock, and made to order.
Hector Finch Lighting is one of the leading suppliers of high quality decorative lighting to the interior decorating trade and private clients. They have an extensive range of wall lights and wall lanterns based on early 20C designs, as well as one of the most comprehensive offerings of bathroom and outdoor lighting in the UK. As well as their selection of exclusive designs, they represent many lighting lines from the UK, USA and Europe. Whether it is wall lights, ceiling lights, pendants, chandeliers or bathroom fittings, the range of lighting on offer makes the showroom a premier London resource.
A collection of zinc lighting which includes a candelabra, a chandelier, an outdoor lantern, a table lamp, a console lamp and candlesticks. Produced in heavy-gauge steel dipped in molten zinc, they acquire a wonderful grey patina over time. The company also supplies garden planters and decorative features.
Anglepoise® was the ingenious result of a collaboration between automotive engineer, George Carwardine and spring specialists, Herbert Terry & Sons. 80 years on, Terry’s archetypal Anglepoise® Original1227 lamp, based on Carwardine’s pioneering perfect balance mechanism, is recognised as a British design classic. Over the years, the Anglepoise® brand has been developed by the Terry family to create an incomparable series of instantly recognisable, highly functional, energy-efficient table, floor, wall & ceiling lamps.
Anta take true Scottish design and make it just right for today. Anta furniture is designed by Lachlan Stewart. The range, which includes chairs, sofas, stools, cubes and tables, embodies their contemporary Scottish character whilst retaining a strong commitment to Scottish manufacturing. Visit their website for examples of bespoke furniture designed and manufactured by skilled craftsmen in the Highlands.
Beaumont & Fletcher create a unique range of decorative wall lights and ceiling lights, in wrought iron and carved gilt wood.
Best & Lloyd lighting has been in continuous production in England since 1840. Lamps are made using only the finest materials, including crystal, leather and wood, combined with traditional metalwork. Styles range from brass to art deco, Bauhaus and modern classics. Each lamp is made to order within four weeks in the colour and finish you specify. Best & Lloyd's range includes Bestlite and lighting collections designed by Emily Todhunter, Scott Cunningham and Anthony Critchlow.
Large collection of traditional and contemporary decorative lighting. Table lamps in hand painted finishes in polished black, cream, bronze, silver or other finishes. Also metal lamps in brass/bronze and nickel finishes. Ceramic lamps in cream, blue, and green and red colourways. Chandeliers in glass, metal/glass or metal in many finishes. Brass and nickel ceiling and wall lanterns in round, square, oval and hexagonal shapes. Also picture lights, outside lights and a new range of bathroom wall lights. Brabin & Fitz also design and manufacture for other lighting companies and will take special commissions for hotels and designers.
The name Broughton has been synonymous with ironmongery in Leicester since 1888. Their 3,000 sq.ft. showroom is a one-stop shop for period style lighting and accessories for doors, windows and cabinets. The vast range of lighting includes rise and fall, interior and garden lanterns, billiard room lamps, uplighters, floor, table, ceiling and picture lighting, plus bathroom lighting, spotlights, Tiffany style lights, brass chandeliers, switches, sockets - even lamp posts. Here's where you can find items that are difficult to source, including domed dolly switches, ceilings roses and hooks, lamp holders, chains, flex -virtually everything for the period home.
Associated with the superb King's Road Charles Edwards Lighting shop that sells a smart collection of alabaster hanging lights, chandeliers, wall and picture lights inspired by 19th- and 20th-century English and French examples, as well as offering a bespoke service.
Very smart Gothic, Regency and French style lanterns in brass, pewter, nickel, verdigris, bronze, zinc and painted finishes inspired by 19th and 20th century designs. Superb selection of flush ceiling and wall lights, pendant lights, table lamps, bathroom lights, floor lamps and picture lights. Plus convex mirrors and nickel and glass tray tables.
Clare Mosley Gilding make eglomisé mirrors and panels, decorated crystal lampbases and a range of water gilded and toned curtain finials. Everything is hand made in their London workshop using traditional methods and authentic materials. Their lampbases are exact copies of early 19th century shapes and are made in England from hand blown crystal. Being crystal the glass is very clear and so colours remain true and matching customers fabric or paint colours for the lamps is easily achieveable. Decorated on the inside, they have a beautiful surface which is easy to clean.