Thanks to Aron Klein for coming by our studio to document a day in the life. You can see more of Aron’s work > here <. Aron’s camera has led him around the world on a diverse range of assignments… Continue Reading
The 80cm diameter Curve is a stunning centrepiece, with just a few handcrafted each year. This recently completed globe has it’s base in locally sourced London Plane Wood and the globe is Glacial Blue colouring. The globe sits on three… Continue Reading
This is a take on our Whittaker base (seen previously just with a 50cm diameter globe) – this base shown here is for a 65cm diameter globe and the customer requested changes to how the rings would be spaced. The… Continue Reading
We are in the upcoming issue of Yachts International Magazine. Read online here : https://www.yachtsinternational.com/yachtlife/art-of-the-sphere | Photos by Justin Radcliffe You are on our blog – For our website please follow this link : www.bellerbyandco.com Any questions please email [email protected]
Slight variation on our 36cm Albion desk globe. Colouring here is called Sea Green – a ocean-shaded colour meaning the land is kept quite simple and ocean gets darker as it nears the coast. The ocean has many layers of… Continue Reading
Very excited to have the Coppa Mini Desk Globe take up a full page in December 2014’s Luxe Christmas Wish List by Elle Decor. The issue is currently available only in stores and is filled with tips and inspiration for the… Continue Reading
Once upon a time we sent a globe to New York, thank you Royal Mail for sticking a forklift through the box.
Jon laying down the horizon for the handmade globe stand, which is crafted using reclaimed oak and cherry wood. The Britannia was the first in the Bellerby & Co. collection, and is a beautiful, freestanding globe; offering a fine spin with our… Continue Reading
1. Daniela and her new Mini Desk Globe “Terra”, 2. The Mini Desk Globe in Peters home, 3. Isis working on a Curve for Harrods, 4. The new Mini Celestial Globe. Follow us @globemakers.
Two nice things happened on Sunday. One…. the sun came out and we were able to catch a tan on Church Street with a nice glass of wine. Two… a lovely family surprised the man of the house with a… Continue Reading
We hope our German-speaking friends caught a glimpse of us on TM Knowledge – ServusTV. If not, don’t despair, you can watch back via the ServusTV website HERE from tomorrow the 20th of January, 2014. We are the second segment and… Continue Reading
We are excited again to be part of the Big Egg Hunt. This time it is in one of our very favourite cities … New York! The eggs sold at auction raise a lot of money for Action for Children – and The Elephant… Continue Reading
Well the rain has started to pour down and we are all keeping busy to avoid the chill of our beautiful warehouse with its metal roof and drafty windows. Isis finished painting the detail on a Churchill globe, Jon is… Continue Reading
The celestial globe is a three-dimensional map of the stars, and has been used since classical times. The stars were thought to sit on the surface of a giant sphere around the Earth, and the constant movement of the stars… Continue Reading
The Guardian dropped in on our studio to see our old school methods. Click to read the full article online!
Check out our Curve globe from the 80 Series, which was requested on set with none other than the legendary Sir David Attenborough on the Alan Titchmarsh show on ITV (A UK chat show). You can really see the size… Continue Reading
We have been a little quiet recently… but with good reason we promise. Let’s start with the grand unveiling of Yinka Shonibare’s fantastic ballerina for the Royal Opera House in London. Yinka is an extraordinary sculpture, installation and fine artist;… Continue Reading