As featured in the June issue of British House & Garden, a manor house in Wiltshire in the UK has been lovingly restored and updated using wonderful antiques and art of the Georgian period (18th and early 19th centuries), along with a few carefully curated pieces from today that are inspired by that period. We were happy to find that our Rosa Beehive Centerpiece was included in this selection.
Here is a closer look at the Rosa Beehive in this stately dining room. This home is owned by John & Diane Nutting. Diane is the chair of The Georgian Group, which is “consulted by public bodies on matters affecting listed buildings, and gives grants and advice on all matters Georgian”. William Yeoward Crystal‘s designs are inspired by the Georgian period – the Rosa Beehive is a fine example of a design that is centuries old but can still look so fresh and unexpected.
Below, see Rosa by itself. Notice the beautiful facet cuts and whimsical bees engraved on this piece.
And here is Rosa filled with lemons during a recent market week in the New York Showroom. So fun!