Parchment Cassini + Berlin

Pictured is a 50cm floor standing globe. The style of base pictured is called the Berlin and the wood here is Walnut with a dark stain. The colouring of the globe is Parchment Cassini. The globe spins within a solid… Continue Reading

The Maharam : Brass & Copper 360 Base

A twist on our traditional Albion base – the Maharam is smaller with a different profile making the view of the 36cm sphere feel totally different. As with all of our Albion globes the base and the globe are both… Continue Reading

The Albion 36 : 360 Degree Spin

Click here for a helpful PDF : 36cm Albion Colours and Bases 2018 With aims of putting all the Albion 36’s into one spot please scroll down. We can adapt the colours from any of the Mini Globes or the larger… Continue Reading

Handmade London, Part 2

Last year we took part in Julian Love’s project, Handmade London. “Handmade London showcases some of the capital’s expanding artisan scene. Increasingly disillusioned with the mass-produced goods from far and away places, we are starting to care more about how… Continue Reading

James Wilson : First American Globemaker

Born in Londonderry, New Hampshire, Wilson farmed with his father and trained as a blacksmith, though he had little other formal education. He moved to Vermont in 1796, became interested in cartography, and taught himself map making. He invested in an Encyclopedia and taught himself… Continue Reading

Globemakers in Austria

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