Exhibitions

The Classic Motor Hub Coffee & Classics Day

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On Sunday 7 October I was invited by The Classic Motor Hub in Bibury, Gloucestershire to be a part of their final Coffee & Classics event of the year, and what a fabulous event it was!

To read about this, simply click the 'Read More' button below which will redirect you to my automotive and lifestyle photography website - 'Stella' - which this event comes under.

Thank you!

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The Classic Motor Hub - ‘Stella’ Photography Exhibition on Sunday 7 October 2018

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I have some exciting news to share, on Sunday October 7th I have been invited to showcase my automotive exhibition ‘A Drive Down Memory Lane’ at the Classic Motor Hub in Bibury, Gloucestershire as part of their Coffee & Classics event, from 10am - 1pm.

To read about this, simply click the 'Read More' button below which will redirect you to my automotive and lifestyle photography website - 'Stella' - which this event comes under.

Thank you!

Stella

 
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Salon Privé 2018

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Last month I was commissioned to photograph for the 3rd consecutive year at Salon Privé in the grounds of Blenheim Palace, to read about this, simply click the 'Read More' button below which will redirect you to my automotive and lifestyle photography website - 'Stella' - which this commission comes under. Thank you!

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Masterpiece London 2018

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To read my Masterpiece London Fair blog click on the 'Read More' button below which directs you to 'Stella' - my Lifestyle Photography website.

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The London Motor Show 2018

 

Cars, celebrities and CEO's; this year's London Motor Show was packed full of all three, staging a thrilling event.

The London Motor Show is famed for celebrating the very best cars for enthusiasts, media, VIPs and even royalty. This year's event was no exception, with F1 drivers, influential business figures, lively debate and of course beautiful cars. Click the 'Read More' button below to find out more about my experience and to view a selection of my favourite photographs from the event.

The link directs you to my 'Stella' website which focuses on car events, lifestyle and classic and supercar photography.

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In Conversation with W.W. Warner...

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W.W. Warner Antiques are a wonderful local business, sourcing beautiful antique porcelain and glass from around the world. In this ‘In Conversation With…’ read on for insights and tips from Managing Partner, Chris Jowitt.

Chris Jowitt, Managing Partner, has been dealing in Porcelain for over 25 years, during which time he has helped to develop great collections as well as introduce many new clients to the wonderful world of collecting. Here he explains how he became an antique dealer, what he loves about our area, and the future trends he expects for the year ahead.


1.  How did you become a porcelain dealer?

I always had an interest in collecting precious items, from a young age.  Through my family I had a connection with the industry and I have been working as a dealer ever since. 

2.  What do you love most about our local area?

It has to be the diversity of beautiful things around us to see, from rolling hills to picturesque villages . 

3.  What trends do you predict in 2018?

I predict that, people will continue to seek out the very best purchases for them.  Buying the best is a trend that always pays dividends.

4.  Where can we buy a piece of porcelain? 

From my shop!  We can source the finest antique porcelain and glass from around the world.

5.  What else would you like to tell us about your business?  

As well as offering many unique products through our shop, we advise major collections and museums worldwide on porcelain.  This is another part of my job, and one that I love.  We can also arrange restoration and conservation of precious items, and valuations for a treasured possession you may be curious about. 

This interview follows on from our 'Local Business Showcase' in February.

W.W. Warner can be found in Brasted, Kent.

Photograph above: An extremely rare Meissen Johann Frederich Böttger Hausmalerie teapot and cover of compressed globular form painted in red monochrome. With gilded fluted moulding around the cover, rim and foot. The chain is solid gold. Porcelain dates to c1720 with the decoration slightly later.

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