Introducing our stunning new finish, Dark Silver

Dark Silver Table Lights at our Showroom
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New to our range of unrivalled finishes, Dark Silver is inspired by pewter and expertly developed through many intricate processes here at our South Coast Foundry. One such process includes immersing the metal in a solution that magically creates a unique mottled blue effect. The metal is then hand polished to finally reveal an altogether different yet extremely beautiful deep, matt silver.

The stunning tone of Dark Silver represents our ability to keep abreast of the tastes and trends of our clients and adds even more choice to our already extensive range of metal finishes.

To see our new finish in all its glory why not pay a visit to our Pimlico Road Showroom where we currently have a beautiful window display featuring a selection of some of our most popular table lights (as pictured left – right: Baratta, Chess, Tipsy, Portobello, Cannon, Janssen, Cep, Ariane, Mallet).

Dark Silver is available across our whole standard product range along with bespoke items where possible. To discuss sample options please contact our showroom at or call us on +44 (0)20 7373 8888

You can find us at 68 Pimlico Road, London, SW1W 8LS, open 9:30am – 6pm Monday to Friday and 11am – 4pm on Saturdays.

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Our Brand New Pimlico Road Showroom


This week saw the highly anticipated reveal of our new look Pimlico Road showroom. Working with the award-winning team at West Architecture, our stunning showroom has been completely redesigned to reflect Collier Webb’s luxurious, hand crafted products and represents our refreshed brand vision.

We were thrilled to welcome so many of our clients, including highly acclaimed interiors experts and members of the Pimlico Road community to join us in celebrating our return to the UK’s premier interiors destination.

As one of the few true makers on Pimlico Road, the showroom features the very best of Collier Webb’s bespoke items including hand cast brass lighting, mirrors, hand carved furniture and a selection of intricately crafted hardware, all made at our South Coast Foundry.

Our return to Pimlico Road marks a refreshed vison for Collier Webb, our stunning new showroom and rebrand will really resonate with our creative clientele. Our aim was to create a space that not only perfectly represents the excellence of our products but also becomes a hub for the interiors community to meet and discuss ideas.Geoff Collier, Managing Director, Collier Webb

Also on display and new to the showroom is a stunning sample library, detailing some of our recent bespoke work for leading designers such as Douglas Mackie and providing an overview into the intricate making processes behind these pieces. The two-floor showroom also features a detailed display of Collier Webb’s unrivalled range of finishes and includes an introduction to a brand new finish, “Dark Silver” which was launched at the event.

You can find us at 68 Pimlico Road, London, SW1W 8LS, open 9:30am – 6pm Monday to Friday and 11am – 4pm on Saturdays, we look forward to welcoming you!

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Collier Webb launch ‘The Goodwood Lantern’

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With the kind permission of the Earl of March, Collier Webb are pleased to announce the latest addition to our lighting collection, the Goodwood Lantern. This impressive Regency designed lantern has been recreated from the original that has hung in Goodwood House, Sussex since the 1820’s.

It is one of the finest examples from the period, featuring acanthus leaf, honeysuckle, floral and scroll motifs, ribbed pilasters and a hand-blown glass smoke shade. Our craftsmen have carefully made new moulds and patterns to faithfully capture the elegant proportions and ornate details of the original.

Recreating the lantern required 18 moulds to be produced, one for each of the various components. These moulds were then used for the manufacture of over 100 individual castings that were needed before assembly could begin. The display model in our Pimlico Road showroom is finished in Antique Gilt Lacquer and is supplied complete with a matching decorative chain and ceiling rose.

From July 2017, we warmly invite our new and existing clients to come and view the Goodwood Lantern and our extensive collection at our Pimlico Road showroom.





Collier Webb in ‘THE WORLD OF INTERIORS’ DEC 2015

The December issue of ‘The World of Interiors’ features a double page spread showing a selection of Collier Webb brass picture rail hardware. Forming a backdrop to an installation of globally influenced design, the rails are complimented by traditional flame finials and captive eye hooks.

All our items shown are hand finished in Antique Brass but any of our twelve finishes can be specified to order. We offer interesting and inspired solutions for successfully displaying artwork and mirrors, with a variety of designs and colours that can add charm and character to any wall.


ANDREW WEBB 1972-2015

With much sorrow, we report that Director and Share holder, Andrew Webb has passed away after a short battle with cancer. He will be greatly missed by his many friends, colleagues and clients.

With an abiding passion for his work, his ethos and vision inspired us all. He was a kind and caring man and our thoughts are with his family at this saddest of times.


Collier Webb are pleased to announce that they are moving their London Showroom and Office to 68 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LS.

The new, larger gallery spread over five rooms will show our expanded collection of lighting and furniture and have a design studio space where clients can explore our specialised finishes and discuss their bespoke requirements. Drawing on an archive of iconic antique designs developed over forty years of custom manufacturing, Collier Webb handcrafts the finest quality lighting, furniture and hardware. Production is entirely by hand in our own factory and workshops in England giving complete control over design and quality.

From our gallery in London and foundry in Eastbourne, East Sussex we work with internationally recognised designers to produce unique furnishings of the highest quality. From December 15th, we warmly invite our new and existing clients to come and view our extensive collection at the new Pimlico Road gallery. Further details of our new designs can also be viewed here on our website.


Collier Webb is pleased to announce that we are now part of Design Destination at Chelsea Cross. Situated around the crossroads of Fulham Road and Old Church Street, Chelsea Cross is a close knit community of 24 specialist showrooms each offering their own brand of luxury. It is the essential place to visit for British and International Design and hosts an abundance of choice including bespoke furniture, lighting, 18th and 19th century antiques, art, upholstery, hand painted wallpaper, fabrics, carpets, silver and rare books. For more details, please visit the website:


Global luxury brand Belstaff recently invited motorcycle aficionado David Beckham to open their new flagship London store on New Bond Street, bringing the city to a standstill as the footballer posed in the street outside with an entourage of models sporting the latest in Belstaff branded leathers.

While its original façade has been retained, the interior structure of the building has been redesigned to reflect Belstaff’s unique heritage and contemporary luxuriance.

According to the principles of exquisite craftsmanship and fine materials of Manhattan-based design firm Studio Sofield, Collier Webb was commissioned to create a collection of bronze lanterns and plafonniers for the store’s ground floor. In design, these pieces are simple and elegant; in manufacture, masterpieces of execution.

Collier Webb handled additional components for the Belstaff London design, including a line of lamps from their catalogue range, as well as custom lighting and hardware elements. The Collier Webb foundry also cast two bronze name plaques that follow the contours of the columns flanking the boutique’s central entrance.


This year we were in attendance again with a stand that reflected our ethos and displayed a collection of custom made pieces. We also be previewed several exciting new products, freshly designed and now in the early stages of production at our foundry. This was  an exciting opportunity for a broader range of people to experience the look and appreciate the exceptional quality of the Collier Webb range in a vibrant and stress-free environment. Thanks to all clients, new and old who visited and stopped for a chat.


We are pleased to have just received these images from renowned British sculptor, Nigel Boonham who designed this ambo for the Church of Australia’s Chapel of St. Peter Chanel in Rome *. Working from his drawings and sculpted clay patterns, we cast and machined over 35 different pieces to create the 1.6 metre tall lectern which is topped by an ornamental rotating book stand.

The Ambo took about twelve months to plan, design and realize and it is likely that very few brass lecterns such as this, which is similar in mass and scale to the original mediaeval lecterns, have been cast in the last 300 years.

After researching ancient lecterns in English Cathedrals, some superb mouldings from the Lincoln Cathedral lectern of 1669 gave Nigel inspiration to create the pillar that holds aloft the bookstand of the ambo.

The Ambo of the Apostles was originally designed for St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney but a change of plan meant that the Rome project took precedence. The predominant, traditional form for a brass lectern is an eagle with open wings on a supporting globe but Nigel wanted to make that was something different and in keeping with the theme of the Altar/Statues Triptych in St Mary’s. These depict the events in the last days of Christ’s life and it seemed appropriate to show the twelve Apostles of that time, even though they included Judas Iscariot. However, in the event there was also just enough room in the design to include St Matthias, who was the replacement twelfth Apostle after the death of Judas.

Traditionally the feet of an ambo would have been lions, but His Eminence suggested kangaroos would be more in keeping with the Australian setting. This proved a happy suggestion although it proved somewhat tricky to engineer the base with the weight of the ambo resting solely on their tails. The traditional globe was incorporated further down the stem combining the traditional and contemporary elements into a bold and impressive structure.

We are proud of our association with Nigel and we are very pleased to be working on the new ambo for St. Mary’s, which is now nearing completion to a different design to that originally planned.

* The chapel is based in Domus Australia, a new boutique Guest House in central Rome which offers a calm and welcoming refuge from the busy tourist pace of the Eternal City.
Home to its own Roman ruins, the historic Italian building complex of accommodation surrounds a central courtyard which was completely restored in 2011 and offers beautiful and very comfortable facilities for pilgrims and leisure and business travellers of any faith.

Image courtesy of Nigel Boonham

Inside Claridges

Our Delta Lights can be seen on the popular new series “Inside Claridge’s” on BBC Two. The lights are located at the entranceway to the Beautiful Claridge’s Ballroom.

Our Whiteread Planters were also there for the Noma pop-up restaurant… containing plants, not ants.

Watch on The BBC