The Lockyer of England team have just returned from Decorex 2017, an internationally renowned exhibition where interior design professionals discover the finest and most coveted luxury products from new, emerging and established talent.
The four-day event, held at the historic Syon Park, was part of the London Design Festival and hosted over 500 exhibitors from around the world, including renowned brands and the best new design talent.
A selection of Lockyers were on display, showcasing the range of styles, finishes and personalisation that Lockyer can offer. There was an explanation of the deactivation and restoration process – a highly-skilled process that takes many weeks.
Special attention was given to the Provenance Collection. Some of Lockyer’s pieces are of incredible historical significance. Many original owners are world famous in their fields, from Royal Victorian astronomers, highly decorated military heroes and racing drivers, to British aristocracy and Titanic survivors.
George Champ, Lockyer’s Managing Director, said; “It has been really inspiring to be surrounded by so many exciting designers and interior-design products. We’ve been overwhelmed by the feedback we’ve received from both potential customers and other designers.”
The Lockyer of England concept has been well received and the sporting arms themselves have impressed everyone who has seen them. It bodes well for the future and the Lockyer team have been buoyed by the response.
George continued; “We’ve had a lot of enquiries from overseas including the USA, Russia, South Africa, South America, Europe and the Middle East. We have seen particular interest in our Provenance Collection, proving that the market for British heritage items is as strong as ever. The timing couldn’t be better as we’re working on a number of partnerships with distributors outside the UK.”
Decorex 2017 has been a huge success for Lockyer of England and we’re looking forward to exhibiting there again in the future.