It looks like brass is back judging by the designer light fittings being reissued in it. If you want to join the party, you could go for this classic Starke brass bed at Made.
Dining at mine is usually a low-key affair and proper napkins rarely make an appearance but Christmas is the one time they might and these Sophisticated Animal Napkins make an interesting change from snowflakes and Santa.
Designer Rory Dobner has an impressive list of commissions including Christian Dior, Soho House and Agent Provocateur, but for those of us who can’t afford to commission a whole interior makeover you can buy these Alphabet Ceramic Tiles.
The illustrations for each letter are in a Victorian style, but slightly odd and surreal. Each tile measures 6 inches squared and cost £36 each.
Visit Rory Dobner’s website for details of how to buy them.
Designed b y Lisa Turner for The New English, the collection consists of breakfast, cake and bread plates, mugs and tea cup and saucer sets. The design is inspired by the 19th century’s newly discovered fascination with the human body and shows a Victorian gentleman with his inner workings exposed. Prices start from £18 for a mug up to £69 for a coffee cup and saucer.
View the whole collection at Lifestyle Bazaar.
Liven up your living space with this colourful collection of Victorian tile magnets from the V&A.
The set of 63 different magnets can be tiled together (as shown) or used however your imagination desires. The total size of the attached magnets is 190mm x 286mm but you can seperate them into individual squares.
The beautiful collection is available for only £8.50 at the V&A. Although this particular item is not available through the website, if you call the V&A they can give you more details on when it will be back online.
Lockets have been a popular jewellery item for many years, particularly during the Victorian period when they were often filled with a lock of hair or picture of a loved one.
Jewellery designer Rheanna Lingham has created this Locket Necklace which features mutiple lockets clustered together on a gold chain to make a real statement.
The necklace is gold-plated and features fifteen charms, all of which can be opened – so if you've multiple lovers you can keep them all close to your heart.
The necklace costs £45 from Luna and Curious – find out more online