HIGH-QUALITY ARCHITECTURE, HOME AND GARDEN DESIGN
At the Coronation Festival Royal Warrant holders from sectors ranging from fabric to paint, furniture to antiques demonstrated their excellence in beautiful product displays. Visitors were able to wander through a number of stunning sets which represented the creativity we as a country have. So whether it was the perfect space for entertaining and cooking, a luxury bathroom sanctuary or a garden for small urban spaces, our Home and Garden sets definitely inspired visitors.
Homes & Garden exhibitors included A. W. Hainsworth & Sons, one of Britain's most prestigious textile mills, who are best known for manufacturing the famous Hainsworth Guard Scarlet cloth which is worn by the Queen's Guards outside Buckingham Palace.
Gavin Jones Ltd, founded at the end of World War I by Colonel Gavin Jones, explored the history left by the Colonel in the form of cherish rock gardens which remain to this day at Chartwell (National Trust) among other locations across the UK.
Chelsea-based antique dealer Rogers de Rin, appointed a Royal Warrant in 2004, brought their original and diverse antiques which included Staffordshire pottery animals and Scottish Wemyss Ware.
To view images taken at the Coronation Festival, please click through to our gallery.
We had over 200 exhibitors showcasing their goods and services at the Festival. You can browse through their profiles by clicking here.
Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust
QEST, the charitable arm of the RWHA devoted to supporting excellence in British craftsmanship, was delighted to exhibit at the Festival.