You can now go see the THRIVE exhibition at The Sanderson London. The artwork can be viewed until Sunday May 18th from 9.30am – 7pm daily. The live auction for Save Wild Tigers will take place on May 20th but… Continue Reading
We are happy to announce we are taking part in the Save Wild Tigers exhibition and auction. We have created a one-off bespoke handmade globe with inspiration, calligraphy and illustrations by Lamplighter London. There are less than 3,500 tigers left… Continue Reading
Pick up a copy of The Financial Times today and you’ll find a lovely two page spread in How To Spend It featuring The Churchill Globe. The Churchill globe sits on a rolled base made from hand-turned oak and hardwood,… Continue Reading
Today we are excited to see photos come through of our Churchill‘s safe arrival at it’s new home in Africa. He has been given pride of place in the grand Billiards Room. Sirai House is found in the Laikipia region… Continue Reading
60 feet and 4 inches in diameter ‘Wyld’s Great Globe’ was truly a wondrous fabrication that we only just discovered! You know how we love huge globes….. Situated in Leicester Square, it was the earth in miniature, easily navigated and… Continue Reading
Check out the UK Handmade interview with Peter Bellerby here. UK Handmade is a design-led online magazine that showcases and promotes the best creative talent the UK has to offer.. so we are delighted to be included of course!
Check us out in the December Issue of Forbes Magazine. We have made the December A-list as 1 of 10 hot-ticket items of the season. Full article coming soon!
We are excited to we are featured in the December issue of Esquire Spain. Click below to read the article! www.bellerbyandco.com
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
Not posting about our own globes? How can it be. Well whilst out and about it seems our friends and family always seem to want to share the globes they see elsewhere around the world. Spending a bit of time… Continue Reading