Art, Design & Antiques

Libby Blakey Designs

3 Bridge Street, Hungerford

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With her breadth of knowledge and expertise, Libby Blakey has been setting the standard for superior retail and interior design across Berkshire and the home counties for more than twenty years. She is sought after for her exquisite taste and the sense of effortlessness with which she pulls houses together to create homes of warmth and originality. At her Bridge Street showroom, Libby showcases both her interior design work and a wonderful selection of fabrics, French furniture and original decorative accessories sourced from creative individuals around the world. Libby's showroom is the ideal place for that beautiful and unusual present and there is even a small selection of witty and unusual books to browse.

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In a beautiful light-filled conservatory to the rear of the showroom, Libby Blakey's Garden Cafe serves light lunches, fabulous home-made cakes and what is arguably the best coffee in Berkshire. In good weather you can sit at tables in her beautiful garden.

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Also currently running a pop-up store at The Concept Store, 340 Kings Road, Chelsea SW3.

Living Art

16 Bridge Street, Hungerford

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tom hiscocks living art hungerfordLiving Art was formed as a natural progression from the art, antiques and furniture restoration history of Stephen and Richard Cook. The Art,Sculpture and Bronzes shown form a broad church of styles and disciplines, all united by a quality of execution about which no excuses have to be made.

The Bridge Street art gallery curates a collection of beautiful and diverse pieces of art, bronzes, sculptures and Mid 20th Century furniture from both established and breakthrough artists. Currently exhibiting is Tom Hiscocks, an exciting sculptor from Pewsey in Wiltshire whose work has won him widespread acclaim. Says Hiscocks, 'My personal interest relates to the layers of life and experience that makes each of us who we are. We typically show the outside layer of our being which, although it may bear some of the physical signs of things we have experienced, will not reveal how we felt about the ways in which we have experienced ‘being’.

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OIL Gallery Hungerford

5 Bridge Street, Hungerford

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Edgy and contemporary, the Oil Gallery brings a bold attitude as well as innovative and striking contemporary art. Owner and curator Justin Cook is a dynamic and hard working man who has brought together work from artists Christopher Luigi Veggetti, Kanku, JK Brown, JJ Lynch, Marcus Dove, Matthew Broussard, Peter Doherty, Sara Issakharian, Sarah Lewington and Yuta Adachi. Cook is an exciting curator whose enthusiasm, energy and passion for contemporary art finds terrific expression in his Bridge Street gallery.

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Styles Silver

12 Bridge Street, Hungerford
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Established for over 40 years, Styles Silver is the Aladdin's Cave of Hungerford shopping and makes for superb browsing. This family-run business have an exhaustive range of antique and modern silver and what is probably the country's largest stock of silver models of birds and animals.

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Bespoke commissions are a specialty, as are canteens of cutlery, usable and decorative table silver, Christening presents, wedding lists, trophies and presentation pieces. Contemporary designs include work by Patrick Mavros, Malcolm Appleby, Stuart Devlin and Gerald Benney.

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