A COLLECTION FOR ALL SEASONS
As the UK's leading manufacturer of British gemstones and award-winning British jewellery designs, C W Sellors is pleased to announce the official launch of the House Style Jewellery Collection.
This all-new collection has been inspired by the landmark exhibition tracing five centuries of fashion at Chatsworth, drawing inspiration from exquisite jewellery owned by the family over generations; from exotic headdresses to diamond tiaras and the renowned insect brooches which belonged to Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire.
Inspired by an early 19th Century decorative chatelaine from the Chatsworth House collection (bottom left), these exotic and fanciful pendants represent a direct interpretation of authentic House Style fashion .
The Lotus and Palmette diamond tiara provided the creative sparkle and design motifs for this range of glittering diamond jewellery, destined to become family heirlooms to pass on to future generations.
Subtle yet distinctive jewellery designs featuring the House Style motif provides a popular design for both a pendant and brooch, as modeled by exhibition curator Hamish Bowles above. (Courtesy The Week Portfolio/ David Vintiner)
A wonderful inspiration for many pieces in House Style was the Duchess Deborah's insect collection, which included moths, caterpillars, spiders, wasps, dragonflies, beetles, bees, butterflies and even a grasshopper.
IN THE PRESS
Don't simply take our word for the popularity of House Style, take a look at our In The Press coverage for a snapshot of just some of the national and international print and online media covering both the exhibition and the inspired jewellery collection.
WATCH THE VIDEOS
To mark this wonderful exhibition we have teamed up with Sotheby’s to produce a wonderful video series to guide you through this remarkable show. Detailing the key pieces and elements of the landmark exhibition. Join exhibition creator Lady Laura Burlington, supermodel Stella Tennant and Vogue’s Hamish Bowles as they all interviewed alongside Sotheby’s specialists in three wonderful video accompaniments to the exhibition. A fourth special video talks about the exquisite pieces which we have recreated for the exhibition.
Watch the trailer and videos below. (Further videos released over the coming weeks)