Our Antheia Orchid Centrepiece is a glorious arrangement of vibrant fushcia orchids in a fern garden, displayed in a glass column vase. It is a real show stopper and is sure to be the focal point of your home, whether that be in your dining room or side board.
Gorgeously coloured and beautifully hand-painted on rice paper, our peacock painting is finish with a slim golden frame. Perfect print for creating a statement on a bare wall, or as a centrepiece for a frame collage. Whatever you decide, this print will be a beloved addition to your collection.
Picture a glorious morning in early summer. You draw the curtains, fling open the windows and the sunshine just seems to pour in - warm, golden, fabulous. Well that's the sort of feeling you'll enjoy with this stunning lily arrangement.
A dazzling centrepiece capturing British summer gardens. Compromised of red ranunculus, white guelder roses and blue delphiniums, classic red, white and blue colours inspired by the union jack. The arrangement is also complemented with pink roses and native ferns for the added dash of colour.
This fabulous centrepiece was inspired by Tiziano Vecellio (c.1488-1576) - one of the greatest painters of the Renaissance. Better known as Titian, he studied under Bellini and Giorgione before developing his own distinctive style in his late twenties.
Cool contemporary style meets neo-classicism in a display that's truly timeless. The combination of colours gives the whole arrangement a wonderfully pure, fresh, sunny appeal and comprises early blue irises, with white anemones and catkins against a background of rich green foliage. Setting the entire ensemble off to perfection, the vase in traditional Spode Blue Italian pottery depicts a scene of idyllic rural charm, so popular in the 18th century.
Will sitting on this stool bring sage-like qualities of wisdom, insight and enlightenment? Well that's a rather ambitious claim to make, so perhaps we'll be a little more realistic. What we can say - with a clear conscience - is that this stool is crafted in fine ceramic, beautifully decorated with a charming oriental floral design and heavily glazed to retain its elegant appearance for many years.
Georg Joseph Kamel was an early eighteenth century Jesuit missionary in the Philippines. He was also a pharmacist and a keen botanist - because at that time almost all medicines were derived from plants. But what made Kamel famous was the discovery of two purely ornamental flowers. The first was the camellia (the Latin form of his name is Camellus) while the second was the fabulous orchid featured here.