For the first time, Howe London will be opening its Battersea warehouse for a sale of antiques, one-off pieces and stock models. Some of the items on sale will be discounted up to 80%.
On Sunday 29 and Monday 30 September company owner Christopher Howe (pictured below) will be hosting a 10am brunch for trade and clients in its Pimlico Road shop, before transporting deal hunters to the warehouse.
The warehouse will then be open to the public from Tuesday 1 to Saturday 5 October from 10am-5pm. The sale will reflect the Howe aesthetic and ethos, where you will find one-off prototypes and stock models from the Made by Howe range, alongside the vast stock of antiques.
Having furnished some of Britain’s most notable cultural institutions – from The National Gallery to Hampton Court Palace – Howe London has developed its reputation since 1986 by working with British craftspeople and cultivating the business as a creative community.
For more information about Howe London, visit howelondon.com