HOWE London

Christopher Howe has two shops, Howe London at 93 Pimlico Road and its sister shop HOWE at 36 Bourne Street, selling leather and fabric just around the corner. The main gallery at 93 stocks an eclectic mix of C17th, 18thand 19thBritish and European antiques alongside great C20th design.

Howe has established a trusted reputation and over the years has furnished works for some of Britain’s most famous cultural institutions, such as The National Gallery, Sir John Soane’s Museum, Strawberry Hill & Hampton Court Palace. With more than 30 years experience in the business, Christopher Howe is as passionate about collecting as he is about traditional craftsmanship and great design. Today Howe London is renowned for both the best of antiques as well as its ‘Made by Howe’ range, a collection of timeless designs made to order.

Placing the old and new alongside each other their natural interactions reveal the Howe aesthetic at its best. The interiors side of the business has evolved naturally; relationships with select clients building over time, the purchase of bespoke pieces leading to the design of a complete interior.

Today with an expanding team of 14 a further 30 honed craftsmen working away in various parts of Great Britain, he still maintains that “HOWE is not a real business, it’s just what I do, it’s a creative community”.

This small pocket of Belgravia - just a few minutes walk from Sloane Square - is home to some of the finest antiques shops and galleries in London. There is a vast array of choice; endless variety that satisfies every appetite from the expert eye to the simply inquisitive looking for something special.