Cox London produces lighting, furniture and decorative pieces that are creative, diverse and original. The company was founded in 2005 by sculptors Christopher and Nicola Cox. They design and manufacture everything to order in London as well as offering a bespoke service and accepting one off commissions. Over the years they have produced a vast array of lighting and furniture, both traditional and modern in style, for significant interiors world wide. Be it a 1940’s wall light or an 18th Century chandelier, a 19th century console table or 1920’s standard lamp. "We love to create perfectly proportioned, well informed pieces that elevate an interior and stand the test of time."
Excellent source of old and beautiful lights with an extensive selection of antique chandeliers, sets of wall lights, table lamps, floor lights and outside antique lighting, all fully restored. The company provides a full service: sourcing period lighting for homes, gardens, hotels and commercial premises. They also offer a chandelier restoration and rewiring service. They exhibit at The Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair (in Battersea) three times a year in Sept/Oct, January and April. Norfolk Decorative Antiques have two large showrooms where lighting is cleverly displayed in room settings. They also sell furniture and mirrors for country and seaside homes .
Working with beautiful materials to create exquisite contemporary lighting, each and every light is hand-made by skilled artisans in their workshop by the river Thames in Berkshire, England. Beautiful natural materials are the inspiration for their designs: hand-cut crystals, delicate metal chains, luxurious silks, raku-fired ceramics and hand-crafted metalwork. Their collection of chandeliers, pendant lights, wall lights and lamps can be found in prestigious hotels, restaurants, and private residences all over the world. In addition to their standard collection, they also specialise in making decorative lighting to clients' specifications.
Inspiring variety of chandeliers, sourced in France, Belgium and Italy, fully restored and enhanced with vintage crystal and glass drops - rewired to conform to British standards and supplied complete with ceiling bell and chain. Highly personalised, friendly and professional service to help you to find the ideal scale and style to complete your interior scheme.
Baroncelli explores the power of shape, impact and harmony to create furniture and lighting of seduction and utility. A hallmark style emerges from distilled forms and ideas that are both unexpected and familiar. Under the creative direction of Giovanni Corrado, the studio brings together a cosmopolitan heritage of skills and emotion. Collections reflect the eclectic sensibilities that are created by richly layered design journeys. Designs are identified by clean lines and powerful silhouettes. These elements create unique products of balanced rhythm and composition.
A hanging light can give a room so much more character by its presence and deserves to be the very best of its type. Besselink & Jones offer a wide selection of stunning chandeliers in a variety of finishes including, brass, glass, wood, bronze, verdigris, zinc, chrome, nickel, silver, or gold. Besselink also offer a powder coating treatment in any colour. This unique finish provides a highly contemporary look to more traditional pieces, with a pared-down simplicity. Besselink & Jones also have a wide range of silk and card lampshades, lamp holders and fittings in stock, and made to order.
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 Adrien Bonaventure, Anthony Critchlow, Philip Gorrivan and Leo Vaughan Williams.
Wide range of traditional and contemporary decorative chandeliers in glass, metal/glass or metal in many finishes. Also ceiling lanterns in brass, nickel, distressed black, black and zinc finishes in round, square, oval and hexagonal shapes. Also table lamps, picture lights, wall lights, and outside lights. Brabin & Fitz also design and manufacture for other lighting companies and will take special commissions for hotels and designers.
Elstead Lighting is one of the leading manufacturers and distributors of decorative lighting in the UK. The Elstead collection has over 2,500 models, including chandeliers, pendants, wall lights, table and floor lamps, bathroom, outdoor and landscape lighting. Their great selection of styles is influenced by a variety of different eras, and includes designs from several American partner companies. The Brynne pendants pictured have built in LED modules for an eco-yet-design-conscious appeal.
The English House light fittings are handmade in England. They are designed with classical simplicity and with honesty to materials by architect Charles Morris. The lights are at home in every period of building from manor house to modern studio, and from intimate sitting room to large public space. The collection covers chandeliers, candelabra, single and double-armed wall lights, swivel table and reading lamps, ceiling lantern and exterior wall lantern. The chandelier is supplied with a unique link hook system, which is an integral part of the design. The lights are made of patinated steel and the lanterns are painted off black.
The English Lamp Company provides an extensive range of antique and hand–crafted reproduction lamps in classic Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and contemporary designs. They offer a bespoke manufacturing service to make a light fitting to your design or copy an existing antique lamp. Lamps can be wired with IP 44 rated lamp holders which makes them suitable for bathroom or exterior use. The English Lamp Company have supplied lighting to English Heritage, The National Trust, film companies, hotel, TV and to interior designers.
Fiona McDonald is an established showroom in SW London. Inspired by 1950s Italian design and handmade in Italy, the Luca Chandelier is available in clear, smoked and coloured glass with a steel frame finished in brass, chrome or white - custom designs and sizes available. The Contemporary Collection offers a made to order range of beautifully handcrafted pieces, including cabinets, tables, chairs and lighting. In addition to this growing selection, the company offers an indispensable bespoke service.