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
We were excited to see our globe featured in the window at Harrods for Wallpaper* Magazines Handmade Exhibition. While you are at Harrods don’t forget to pay our Mini Desk Globes a visit inside as well. See what is in… Continue Reading
Our favourite photographer Hal Shinnie went up to the foundry in Derbyshire where the brass meridians for our Classic Globes are hand-casted. This amazing space looks how a foundry would have a hundred years ago… men working with their hands using techniques passed down through… Continue Reading
Here at Bellerby and Co we make some pretty amazing fifty-inch globes. But we aren’t the only ones who like things big. Here are our favourite big balls around the world. 1. Eartha :: the world’s largest rotating and revolving globe, is located… Continue Reading
Awhile back Peter did a radio interview with Monocle – ch-check it out below. Chatting about how a globe allows you to see everything accurately.. how they put the world into perspective… and show you something that is missed in flat… Continue Reading
With London gearing up for what seems to be another week of gorgeous summer weather, it seems insane to start thinking about Christmas and Hanukkah…. BUT… as our first enquiries start coming in, we ourselves are thinking we should consider… Continue Reading
The Guardian dropped in on our studio to see our old school methods. Click to read the full article online!