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ST PANCRAS CHAMBERS (SPC) COLLECTION

In keeping with the transformation and splendour of St Pancras, SPC has created a new collection of beautiful high-end artwork, leather items, accessories, and homewares for the discerning collector and visitor to the city alike, who are keen to take home an iconic item to remind them of their stay in this historic part of London

In keeping with the transformation and splendour of St Pancras, SPC has created a new collection of beautiful high-end artwork, leather items, accessories, and homewares for the discerning collector and visitor to the city alike, who are keen to take home an iconic item to remind them of their stay in this historic part of London.

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Striking a balance between nostalgia and modern fashion sensibility, SPC Collection has forged a highly desirable brand. They offer a bespoke service so that the discerning customer can personalise their travel items. SPC prides itself on sourcing the finest materials and collaborating with foremost designers and artisans, with particular attention to detail.

SPC Collection Dark Blue Tile Mug £15 www.spccollection.com

Guests at the Renaissance Hotel in St Pancras must visit the new boutique in the lobby. Focusing on ceramics, pattern, print and glass inspired by the architecture, the boutique has the highest standard of traditional craft aesthetics with a contemporary twist. The hotel commissioned artist Ginny Litscher to create a painting inspired by its sumptuous design. Guests can also purchase Ginny’s bold and distinctive designs on SPC’s scarves, the patterns of which emulate her painting.

SPC Collection Mugs £15.00 each www.spccollection.com 2

Purses and iPad cases, in cool natural colours and white, promise to become instant British classics. They perfectly blend luxury and nostalgia with modernity, embodying the SPC ethos. Silk and Cashmere shawls and scarves recall the traveller to St Pancras in times past, whilst playing cards, candles and stationery bear the iconic Gothic design of the world-famous St Pancras station. A small but eclectic collection of beautiful prints and artworks featuring celebrities photographed inside the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, epitomise the eccentric and distinctively British style of artists Gilbert and George, and supermodel Kate Moss.

SPC Collection Mugs Floor Tile £15.00 each www.spccollection.com 2

Product photography by Mark Colliton London Uk more info at www.markcolliton.com All rights reserved
Product photography by Mark Colliton London Uk more info at www.markcolliton.com
All rights reserved
Product photography by Mark Colliton London Uk more info at www.markcolliton.com All rights reserved
Product photography by Mark Colliton London Uk more info at www.markcolliton.com
All rights reserved

SPC-1215-1-003 St Pancras Book Deluxe Edition £95  www.spccollection.com St Pancras Station Blanket – SPC Collection

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