The British Empire encompassed areas of Africa, Asia, America and the South Pacific, which led to explorers and travellers being exposed to many different cultures and design influences and these have been integrated into what is often referred to as … Continued
Here in the office we are always surrounded by a wide variety of antique wooden chests, old treasure chests, trunks, vintage boxes, coffers and kists in all different shapes and sizes, and this week we’ve been asking: what makes the … Continued
Here at Scaramanga we take particular interest in one of the more obscure and unusual holidays that you won’t find listed in your average pocket diary… International Talk Like A Pirate Day!
In my last interview I set out to unveil some of the mystery surrounding online shopping from the viewpoint of the customer. This time, I thought I’d look at things from the other side: from our view here at … Continued
The 16th and 17th century pirate definitely existed and so did their gold, silver and gems filled treasure chest, wooden legs, eye patches, parrots, skull and cross-bones. Did they really bury their pirate treasure chest and make a map to … Continued