Hand carved mirrors, furniture and oil paintings in traditional European styles

×

About Brights of Nettlebed, England

Brights of Nettlebed is one of the longest established family run classic furniture specialist in the United Kingdom. The business is owned and run by Robert & Henry Stamp, whose family have a tradition in antiques and English furniture. Robert's uncle, F. Roy Stamp (collaborator on the book Queen Anne and Georgian Looking Glasses), ran the antique specialists, Biggs of Maidenhead (est 1866), whose extensive archives are now maintained by Brights. Many furniture designs are influenced by this collection of detailed drawings and photographs, promoting the best of classic British design, combined with quality craftsmanship and manufacture from around the world - many of which are manufactured at the thriving workshops in Indonesia.

Every member of the Brights of Nettlebed team cares deeply about responsible manufacture. The company is associated with international charities to ensure they never contribute to exploitation. Every one of the skilled craftsmen who helps contribute to Brights’ exquisite, extensive collection are treated ethically and paid fairly.

In the gallery below, you will find photographs of:

  • PT Hitam Dan Putih Director, Suparti, with Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer, and Robert and Henry Stamp of Brights of Nettlebed
  • PT Hitam Dan Putih quality controller, Dewi Warsini, with Henry Stamp of Brights of Nettlebed
  • Newspaper article from when Queen Mary visiited Biggs of Maidenhead
  • Robert and Henry Stamp looking through the extensive photographic archives originating from Biggs of Maidenhead
  • The two Brights of Nettlebed showrooms in England
Gallery