Keep your clothes organised and creasefree with this attractive set of 3 padded hangers, embroidered with lavender springs, a particular favourite of the Victorians. The cushioned design is ideal for delicate items.
Recalling motifs from 19th century Chinese brocades. 3 battery powered candles of wax and plastic, the LEDs give out an authentic flickering light.
Rich blue hues combine in these three matching trays, reminiscent of lustre pieces by Émile Gallé (18461904).
Over 8,000 lifesize terracotta warriors were buried with Qin Shin Huang, first Emperor of China in 210209 B.C. Intended to guard over him in the afterlife, they were discovered in 1974.
Elegantly etched set of 6 wine glasses reproducing motifs from 18thcentury originals.
Trinket dish reproducing the Gustav Klimt (18621918) masterpiece Portrait of Adele BlochBauer I (1907). The Austrian artist portrayed the Viennese socialite on two occasions.
The art of bonsai originated in China, then travelling to Japan; carved gemstone decorations emulating these miniature trees became popular in both China and for export to the West in the 19th century. Amethyst gemstone ornament with metal trunk and branches,...
Tapestry reproducing the 6th tapestry in the Lady and the Unicorn series, "À mon seul désir", woven c.1500. The meaning of the tapestry is thought, variously, to represent love, understanding or the renunciation of sin.
Reflecting the style of Arts and crafts designer William Morris (18341896). The main source of the patterns for Morris"s famous wallpapers were the plants he had observed since childhood. But he also took inspiration from the images of plants...
Charming sculpture inspired by the work of 19thcentury animaliers, such as PaulÉdouard Delabrièrre (1829 1912).
Reproducing an original casting of a bronze head from a statue found in Satala of a local goddess Anahita in the guise of Aphrodite, 200100 B.C., held in the British Museum.