Made by the Forge at Heal’s Festival of Light

Juliet Fishenden

Made by the Forge’s relationship with Heal’s started with the renowned London chain taking on our designer lighting collection for sale in their Tottenham Court Road store. Designer Anthony Dickens has reimagined and renamed the initial designs and added a new one to the collection and prices have been restructured.

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The Farrier’s Cage Globe Three Line now includes a wrought iron ceiling rose finished with beeswax. His Teardrop Six Ring design has been reconfigured. Anthony’s new design is a range of Beehive lights available in four configurations, Single, Three and Seven Hang and a Five Line.

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Heal’s followed the design process with some enthusiasm (the chain is well known for supporting British designers) and after the to and fro of meetings, prototypes, and tweaks, we settled on the beehive design which Heal’s was thrilled by.

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Our relationship took a further step forward by being invited to showcase the new lighting collection at the Festival of Light running now until November 12th. If you’re passing Heal’s at Tottenham Court Road, pop in and have a look. The Launch Party was on the 20th October and both Richard and I represented Made by the Forge together with the extremely tall Anthony Dickens.

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Both Richard and Anthony have been invited to talk at Heal’s at Westbourne Grove, in celebration of the store’s 1st birthday on 27th October. For details of this free event (with bubbly and birthday cake), sign up on line:

https://www.heals.com/queens-1st-birthday-event.html

 

Juliet Fishenden
Juliet Fishenden

Here, you’ll find a news feed straight from the forge written by myself, Juliet, Richard’s wife and business partner. Richard and I love beautiful, hand crafted objects so design is a hugely important aspect of our company. We’re thrilled to be working with a variety of British designers such as Anthony Dickens and Chris Eckersley. It’s here you’ll find updated product information as well as personal observations about Richard’s craft.

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