Preferring to stay clear of the clichéd bouquet of roses this Valentine’s Day? We’ve put together a special collection of […]
1920s Style: How to Get the LookSale!
The Roaring Twenties was a time of emancipation for women and clothing fashions developed with women’s changing roles in society.
African Bee Pen Case Tapestry Kit£20.00
Made in collaboration with renowned Scottish design and manufacturing company Cleopatra’s Needle, these exclusive kits are suitable for all abilities of stitcher and make wonderful contemporary gifts.
Art Nouveau Snowdrop Scarf£40.00
Delicate and sinuous, this silk scarf is inspired by the decorative floral designs of the Art Nouveau period.
Bloomsbury Bee Fan£20.00
This design with its rich oranges and browns, is based on an African textile. The stylised bees, symmetrical format and painterly quality are all typical of the Bloomsbury Group’s vibrant style.
Bloomsbury Blue Silk Chiffon Scarf£50.00
This scarf is inspired by a Bloomsbury Omega Design by Duncan Grant and Frederick Etchells from the Omega Workshops founded by the artist and critic Roger Fry in 1913.
This fan is inspired by designs from The Omega Workshops, founded by the artist and critic Roger Fry in 1913. Although the company only operated for six years, it was a powerhouse of radical designs from many of the most avant-garde artists of the day including Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Wyndham Lewis, Frederick Etchells, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Winifred Gill.
Blue Omega Glasses Case Tapestry Kit£28.00
Made in collaboration with renowned Scottish design and manufacturing company Cleopatra’s Needle, these kits are suitable for all abilities of stitcher and make wonderful contemporary gifts.
Cat Earrings by Paula Bolton£45.00
Copper set with silver highlights and classic Cats theme for the conspicuous cat lover.
Charity Stained Glass Panel£40.00
The William Morris stained glass partnership with Edward Burne-Jones produced works of a very high order, and a very distinctive Pre-Raphaelite style – rich in colour – harking back to the medieval glass common in English cathedrals and churches before much of its destruction in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Degas Little Dancer£35.00
Edgar Degas’s “The Little Dancer” was the only work of his exhibited in his lifetime. Since its original showing, it has earned a huge and almost universal appeal among museum-goers and art fans everywhere.
Ermine Faux Fur Huff£25.00
Soft to the touch and ideal for a weekend on the slopes, this faux fur huff will keep your ears and head fashionably warm.
Ermine Peter Pan Collar£30.00
Soft to the touch, this ‘Hepburn’ style luxury faux fur collar perfectly complements a cold, winter’s day. This Ermine Peter Pan Collar is velboa lined with a ribbon tie and comes in one size.
We’ve sat down with the very talented designer and ceramic artist, Mia Sarosi, to find out more about her exclusive […]
Do you hear it as well? Can you make out the subtle sounds of scarves being meticulously draped, pearls gently […]
Welcome to the new Courtauld Shop website, and the Courtauld Shop blog! If you are new to The Courtauld Shop, […]