Benedict Wormald, founder of The Fine English Company,
worked tirelessly for many years to create the company's first
collection, which includes steamer trunks finished with exquisite
detailing and exotic zebra and giraffe skins, priced from £2,750
to £5,750. Larger furniture pieces include traditional leather
armchairs, sofas and footstools, and club-style fireplace fenders
upholstered in tweed, zebra and giraffe skin giving them a
contemporary flair. A selectiono f these fine collection is now
available at Holland & Holland, the famous gunmaker
established in 1835 and holder of the Royal Warrant.
Benedict does not come from a conventional interiors
background, and consequently, his solutions and creativity are
borne out of a genuine love of traditional country pursuits such
as polo, shooting, hunting and fishing.
For the man who truly does have everything there is a range of smaller items including traditional handmade slippers with
leather soles in a range of animal skins, bold tweed, and for the pocket piratic, a skull and cross bones. The range also
features a number of iconic Humidors with rich wood finishes such as Ebony Macassar and Walnut.
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