12 April 2013

Elements of Love

As the second ever dedicated men's fashion week in London ended in January we want to continue the theme of men's fashion and add some special notes to the best elements from London for men. In the shows we have seen modern tailoring, and sporty styles flourish, plus a more masculine line and the 'gentleman explorer' make an appearance with the country attire filtered through West London spirit and gender bending to opinion dividing with frills, wet look-hair, and nude skin. Accessorise and distinguish yourself with unique pieces of arts and antiques, objects of superb craftsmanship and exquisite aesthetics, discover them for yourself at Grays in the heart of Mayfair.
18th century agate cameo and gold ring depicting a couple in erotic embrace. 
Bronze pipe tamper, 18th-19th century, English.
  From Jane Stewart

Estruscan/Latium Fibula, 950-850 BC.
Ex Woodman-Higgins Museum Collection.
From Jane Stewart

Estruscan Fibula, 725-675 BC. Decorated with incised geometric designs.
Ex Woodman-Higgins Museum Collection.
From Jane Stewart

Resin Classical Torso, Museum Copy

Victorian Gold Cufflinks and Studs Set in Original Case

 Victorian 18ct Gold & Cornelian Intaglio Signet Ring

Mannerist old master drawing showing Hercules wrestling Anteus. C1620.
Old Master Print

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