A luxury London design store is retiring. To celebrate they are offering a 50% discount throughout the store.
For those who aren’t familiar with Talisman, it’s a vision of another world: a place of luxurious colour with a sense of theatre and unrivalled quality. Entering Talisman’s doors transports you to an exquisite Bazaar of extraordinary design spanning the last three centuries.
Talisman’s stock includes furniture, lighting, sculpture and objects from five continents. Whether you’re in the market to buy, or simply like to peruse, Talisman operates as a discovery-driven collection wherein personality is as highly prized as provenance – and every piece comes with its own unique story to tell.
Ken Bolan of London’s Talisman wishes to pursue new adventures – the nearly forty-year chapter of being a retailer has left him with an appetite to find what lies beyond the 10 to 6. And Bolan’s decision comes at great benefit to loyal and new customers.
To celebrate Bolan’s decision to retire, Talisman, based on New King’s Road, is holding a two-month event in which they are offering 50% off all stock before they close their doors for the last time on 31 July.
Such pieces include this 19th-century teak secretaire campaign English military chest, which comes in excellent, restored condition. The drop front central drawer reveals a fully-fitted interior comprising pigeon holes and drawers as well as a leather writing surface.
These cantilevered dining chairs date from the 1960s. They come in a set of six and feature chromium steel frames with cushioned, spotted brown patterns.
This pair of Empire rosewood stools in the Russian manner, c. 1820, with 20th-century upholstered pad with nailhead detail, come in superb quality. They are an exquisite tactile rosewood embellished with brass frieze, centre rose and feet detail.
It’s all about refreshing teal this summer and these lamps are no exception: the triangular-shaped lucite table lamps are from the 1970s and make an exquisite pair.
Last but not least (for there are many more pieces to be explored in Talisman’s full catalogue), is this matched pair of Swedish Gustavian gilt-framed mirrors, c. 1780 in original giltwood frames with split level mercurial mirror plates.
As a reminder, Talisman is offering 50% of all stock until they close their doors for the last time on 31 July.
Cover image: Anders Gramer