Christopher and Nicola Cox are both sculptors and talented artisans. They first began working together in the mid 1990’s, bonding over a shared love of the decorative arts.
They personally oversee the production of their bronze sculptures and bronze furniture in their atelier here in London, employing a team of talented artisans, engineers and artists who are adept at executing Christopher and Nicola’s creations. They explore the boundaries of materials such as bronze; silver; wrought iron; blown glass and stone.
Each of their creations is infused with inventiveness and is rooted in a deep knowledge and understanding of traditional techniques such as bronze casting and glass blowing.
There is the possibility to customise most of our bronze pieces which will give you the ability to create a unique piece of furniture that will meet your requirements to perfection.
You can visit our London showroom in Pimlico to discuss your requirements.
Large bronze occasional table with antiqued mirror glass top and bronze ball in center.
The tripod table is hand crafted in cast in bronze with an antiqued mirror glass top.
Also available as a Bronze Spear Trophy Table with Marble Top Hand crafted in cast bronze with a drop- in Black Nero Maquine marble top (other custom stone tops available)view
A large sculptural bronze table with hand sculpted glass top. Uprooted and upturned, the fragment of a forest gives us a surreal view through the dark roots and up to the canopy.view
Sculpted in the abstract post war manner these bronze chairs have an animated figurative tension. Cast in Bronze in London, they are beautifully finished with a warm liver patina and sealed with a warm lacquer and wax. For comfort and style, they are sensitively upholstered with traditional webbing and lambs wool.
Shown here in a high-quality matt green velvet.view
(large scale art bronze and studio glass chandelier)
Ancient root vines are a recurring theme in the design work of Cox London. Wax was sculpted and formed into the knots and roots of this piece. What began as an expression of a gnarled piece of wood transformed by process into an explosion of molten metal. Each material influenced the next stage of the design as it evolved.view
Ancient bronze root vines supporting a rare and gem like Ball Eyed Blue British stone top.view
Cast Bronze Chandelier. Taking inspiration from the heavily worked surfaces of post war European bronzes. The subject was inspired by the great Italian poet Dante. The chandelier can be scaled up or down and extra tiers of arms incorporated.view
Cast bronze table lamp. Inspired by Renaissance Italy, the Grotto like base was created after a visit to the fantastical Giardino di Boboli in Florence. Its rusticated surface akin to those of Michelangelo’s in which mythical beasts and figures merge with the landscape. Also available in plaster.view