We love to work on bespoke projects and team up for collaborations. We’ve worked on a range including a recent commission for The Harcourt a beautiful new scandinavian inspired restaurant and bar in London’s Marylebone area, where, in a nod to the area’s Swedish community, they serve Fika (tea, coffee and cakes) daily.

We’ve  also provided ceramics for a lighting design project destined for a boutique hotel, designed and produced a range of fine bone china tableware in a series of four bespoke designs for a Hong Kong restaurant’s private dining room,  mugs for ice cream enthusiasts and wedding favours with a contemporary twist.

For our latest project, we’ve been commissioned to create a range of tableware and textiles for The Wallace Collection, one of Europe’s leading art museums – in Marylebone, London.  Inspired by one of the museum’s superb Old Masters paintings,  Melody Rose designer Melanie Roseveare chose to reimagine The Temptation of St Hillarion – a 19th Century painting by French artist Dominique-Louis-Féréol Papety.

As part of Melody Rose Bespoke, we are also happy to work on smaller private commissions. These have included designing sets of tableware trimmed in silver and in burnished gold. We can also offer a variety of hand painted coloured trims such as the black trimmed set featuring wolves and skulls we recently completed.

Find more information and photos from a few of our bespoke collaborations by clicking on the images below.  Please do get in touch by contacting melanie@melodyrose.co.uk

The Wallace Collection

The Harcourt

WastED London

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