Halcyon Days values excellence in craftsmanship and the highest quality designs. We have collaborated with other carefully chosen companies and charities that share our views and match our philosophy, championing British craftsmanship above all else.
Our authenticity is evident in all our collaboration collections, which feature beautiful pieces and a sense of tradition at the heart of the designs. Our ranges bring a touch of British history into the homes of our customers and all our partnerships have a story to tell.
THE STATE PARLOR COLLECTION
Produced exclusively for The White House Historical Association by Halcyon Days, the State Parlor Collection is inspired by the distinctive elegance of the most formal of the White House rooms.
" IT'S AN HONOUR FOR OUR BUSINESS TO COLLABORATE WITH BRITISH CHARITIES AND HISTORICAL ESTATES TO FORM INSPIRED HANDCRAFTED GIFTS, DESIGNED TO LAST A LIFETIME. "
Pamela Harper, Chairman & CEO, Halcyon Days
THE CASTLE OF MEY
Our Castle of Mey collection is inspired by the much loved home of Her Majesty The Queen Mother in Caithness, Scotland. It features English fine bone china adorned with the favourite flowers of The Queen Mother, all of which grew in her beloved gardens.
HISTORIC ROYAL PALACES
Our collaboration with the independent charity Historic Royal Palace has led to stunning collections inspired by the Astronomical Clock which can be found at Hampton Court Palace and the 'Golden Gates' found at the entrance to Kensington Palace.
In collaboration with Scottish highland estate, Gordon Castle, Halcyon Days has formed a collection comprising of English fine bone china giftware, tea and dinnerware decorated with an illustrative ‘Antler Trellis’ inspired by the domed ceiling that was once adorned with hundreds of stag antlers. The collection is available in ivory, black, and midnight with a fresh take on a traditional trellis pattern, set upon contemporary shapes - allowing for the perfect addition to the interiors of any home. Handcrafted in England, this collection is a truly exceptional example of British craftsmanship.