With one week until Christmas we wanted to share with Luxury Topping readers our very special and carefully curated Christmas Wishlist. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas we hope you enjoy perusing.
On the first day of Christmas we wish for a bottle of Silent Pool Gin. Silent Pool is entirely crafted within the four walls of their distillery, with precision and loving care. No part of the production is out of their sight, even the bottling takes place at their distillery in the leafy hills of Surrey! The gin is full-bodied with floral layers of chamomile and lavender and fresh citrus and kaffir lime leaves balances perfectly with the subtle sweetness of local honey. £35 per bottle.
On the second day of Christmas we wish for a pair of Annoushka rose quartz drops with brown diamond hoop earrings. Inspired by her extensive travels, and fuelled by a collector’s passion for the exotic and unique, Annoushka is the culmination of a lifetime’s obsession with the timeless romance and sensual magic of jewels. These earrings are the perfect accompaniment to your Christmas Day outfit. £2,700 for the drops and hoop earrings.
On the third day of Christmas we wish for a LINLEY Trafalgar Wine Decanter. This masterpiece has been created in Cumbria in fine hand blown crystal with an elegant rosewood stopper and an engravable sterling silver plaque. LINLEY has long been one of LuxuryTopping’s favourite interior designers, David Linley’s ability to design such sleek, elegant and timeless designs never falters year on year. £525 for the crystal decanter.
Aston Martin has officially revealed their brand new model DB11 and we would like a set of keys to his magnificent car in our stocking on the fourth day of Christmas. Spectacular standard-bearer for an all-new generation of cars, DB11 is the most powerful and most efficient ‘DB’ production model in Aston Martin’s history. Pioneering aerodynamics cheat the wind, generate exceptional stability and preserve our world-renowned design purity. POA
On the fifth day of Christmas we wish for Kiki McDonough’s Apollo Blue Topaz and Diamond Pendants in white gold so that we can shine brighter than the star atop our Christmas trees. One of the most renowned British jewellery brands, Kiki McDonough specialises in striking coloured gemstones and wearable designs. £2,200 for the Apollo Blue Topaz and Diamond Pendant.
On the sixth day of Christmas we wish for an Emma Willis Sea Island Cotton Dressing Gown. Waking up on Christmas morning in the most luxurious cotton found in the world would be perfection. Hand cut and sewn in their Gloucester workroom, with hand rolled contrast piping, the White Sea Island Dressing gown is light and cool to wear. Emma Willis is an English Shirtmaker, their flagship store is on Jermyn street and all of their items are made at their Gloucester Factory. Emma uses her exceptional tailoring skills to create shirts for injured service men and women, read more about this in our article on Headley Court. £850 for the dressing gown in sea island cotton.
On the seventh day of Christmas we wish for Wartski: the First Hundred and Fifty Years by Geoffrey C. Munn – one of the nicest people in Mayfair, a true gentlemen. This book tells the remarkable story of how the firm rose from humble beginnings in Bangor, North Wales, to become jewellers to six generations of the British Royal family and famous throughout the world. £65 for the book.
On the eighth day of Christmas we wish for something something simple, stylish and hot for 2017. Jacqui Gray is a specialist in antique silver jewellery from Scandanavia. This Rare “Moon Bridge” sterling silver vintage bracelet Designed by Bjorn Weckstrom Finland c.1975 in Sterling Silver is our favourite. £2,000 for the bracelet.
On the ninth day of Christmas we wish for one Aquinna Home in Chiswick – we are not greedy people. Camellia House and Magnolia House are two beautiful detached houses in the highly desirable area of Chiswick. Each has four bedrooms, the most stunning open plan kitchen living area and a private patio garden. £2 million per house.
On the tenth day of Christmas we wish for an Asprey Watch. Their new Limited Edition Collection is based on themes derived from Asprey’s heritage and history. The hands are closely modelled on the London landmark, Big Ben, and further represent Asprey’s British heritage. The timepieces, made in rose and white 18ct gold have guilloché dials and alligator bracelets. POA
On the eleventh day of Christmas we wish for a bespoke Harley Davisdon designed by Charlie Stockwell from Warr’s of Chelsea. These bikes are the epitome of luxurious freedom. Combining, style and class with personality, these liberating motorbikes are exactly how we want to be travelling in 2017. POA
On the twelfth day of Christmas we wish for Theo Fennell’s green tourmaline and diamond bee horseshoe ring. A favourite Theo Fennell symbol, the bee has been featured heavily in various collections. This spectacular chrome stone sits opposite a delicately crafted Theo Fennell bee, alluding to a dreamy summer’s day. Whilst their buzz might be synonymous with a lazy summer, these little creatures are so industrious, useful and romantic- qualities that Theo intends to instil in each piece of Theo Fennell jewellery. £9,000.
Silent Pool Gin image courtesy Silent Pool Distillers; Annoushka Rose Quarts drop earrings courtesy Annoushka; Trafalgar Wine Decanter image courtesy LINLEY; Aston Martin DB11 image courtesy Stratstone; Apollo Blue Topaz and Diamond Pendant image courtesy Kiki McDonough; Emma Willis Sea Island Cotton Dressing Gown image courtesy Colin Thomas; Wartski Book image courtesy Wartski; “Amoeba” bracelet image courtesy Grasilver; Camellia House Master Bedroom image courtesy Aquinna Homes; Asprey mens brown watch image courtesy Asprey; Harley Davidson Image courtesy Warr’s of Chelsea; Diamond Bee Horseshoe ring image courtesy Theo Fennell.