For the first time ever, Belgravia’s beloved antiques store HOWE London is opening the doors to its Battersea warehouse in honour of a special one-of-a-kind antiques sale.
An array of spectacular and bespoke pieces, including beautiful sofas, chairs, wardrobes and lighting, offered up to an impressive 80 percent discount, will be available for the public to peruse and purchase on site. The company is offering up to 80 percent off on a number of their Made by Howe pieces, while Howe antiques will also discounted by up to 30 percent.
What’s more, five percent of all profits made from the sale will be generously donated to The Last Animals Foundation, a non-profit organisation founded by American photojournalist and documentary film maker Kate Brooks, that seeks to raise awareness about wildlife trafficking and support diligent rangers. Money raised will help towards the construction of a new school and community centre in The Republic of Congo’s Garamba National Park.
HOWE London opened within the capital’s leading design hub, Pimlico Road in 1995, spotlighting excellent craftsmanship and dealing both exquisite antiques and new pieces to the interiors industry and desiring public.
Christopher Howe is one of Britain’s most trusted and established antiques experts, having furnished an array of the country’s most renowned institutions, including The National Gallery, Sir John Soane’s Museum, Strawberry Hill House and Hampton Court Palace.
Of his career, Christopher Howe said: “I approached the antiques trade from a different angle as someone who was an art student and who was involved with making and restoring, always choosing things that inspired me in a different way.”
Be sure to visit the sale and discover Howe’s experienced and exquisite eye for fine furniture and awe-inspiring antiques.
Unit 15B Parkfield Industrial Estate, Culvert Place, SW11 5BA
1 – 5 October, 10am – 5pm daily
Entry to the warehouse sale is free. Visit howelondon.com for more information.