Land-Shaded Cobalt – Albion 360

The Albion 360 – Desktop Globe. Spins 360 degrees in a fluid motion by hand. The base here is London Plane Wood. To see sizes, styles and pricing please visit : www.bellerbyandco.com Email any questions to [email protected]

Champagne Albion 360 with Travel Routes

This colouring has a light peachy ocean – contrasted and complimented by colourful shading on land. The shading is a differing colour on each continent. All of our globes are made to order and can be personalised in endless ways.… Continue Reading

Turquoise Albion 360

Our 36cm diameter Albion  which features the same innovative roller bearing mechanism as our Mini Desk Globes permitting 360 degree movement in all directions. Any colour globe can be paired with a handcrafted Oak, London Plane, Walnut or Cherry wood base.… Continue Reading

Bespoke Teal Cassini – 36cm Albion

Another lovely globe we have just completed in a variation of our “Blue Cassini” – this one with a Teal ocean. This globe has extensive hand drawn and hand painted illustrations, travel routes and bespoke cartography. The globe shown here… Continue Reading

Albion 360 : Another Blue Cassini with Travel Routes & Ships

Another lovely globe we have just completed in a variation of our “Blue Cassini” – this globe has extensive hand drawn and hand painted illustrations, travel routes and bespoke cartography. The globe shown here is the Albion 360 – a 36cm… Continue Reading

Albion 360 : Blue Cassini

A lovely globe we have just completed in “Blue Cassini” – this globe has extensive hand drawn and hand painted illustrations, travel routes and bespoke cartography. The globe shown here is the Albion 360 – a 36cm diameter desk globe features… Continue Reading

Glacial, Blue & Mint Cassini : Albion Desk Globe

Cassini colouring is special as each country is individually shaded to reflect population statistics. You can compare this to the other globes where the shading is around the coast by continent or in the ocean around the coast. Each base… Continue Reading