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Rare Home & Lifestyle

Rare Home & Lifestyle

Museum-worthy masterworks and collectable artefacts that are guaranteed to inspire and delight.

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Rarity - Speed of Life

David Bowie x Masayoshi Sukita

The last globally available copy of the 350 Speed of Life Deluxe editions that were signed by both David Bowie and photographer Masayoshi Sukita, is presented exclusively at Harrods. The culmination of a 40-year collaboration between the two artists chronicles Bowie’s career via a 300-page photo essay interwoven with anecdotes from the duo's personal recollections. An instant collector's item for any fan.

  • Stevenson Brothers

    Garnering a client list that includes HRH Queen Elizabeth II, Marc and Tony Stevenson’s classic rocking horses have delighted children and adults alike ever since they founded the family business in 1982. Somewhat less traditional than their usual horse replicas, but undeniably spectacular, is this bedazzled one-of-a-kind zebra.

  • Stevenson Brothers
  • Rarity - Cartier
  • "Over 80,000 Swarovski crystals, each one hand-placed, cover the zebra from nose to tail."
  • Rare By Oulton

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the Sherlock Holmes stories, was a prolific traveller, leading him to collaborate with Goyard to produce a travel trunk. Only seven were ever made. Two are owned by Goyard; one has been lost (shades of Holmes-esque mystery…); one sits in a French museum; two are in private collections; and the final trunk could be yours courtesy of Rare by Oulton.

  • Rarity - Rare By Oulton
  • Rarity - Rare By Oulton
  • Schlossberg

    Regularly exposed to Arctic temperatures of -50°C, the eider duck has a delicate layer of fine feathers that magically mesh together to withstand polar winds. The bird itself plucks this tender down from its breast to line its nest, and once breeding season is over – and the nests are no longer in use – this down is painstakingly collected by hand to fill Schlossberg's exquisite eiderdown duvets. 

  • Rarity - Schlossberg
  • "The harvest is tiny and more precious than gold; the payoff is made-to-order duvets of extraordinary warmth and cosiness."

Millionaire Gallery

Rarity - Millionaire Gallery

Many decades ago, when a Princeton student attended a lecture given by his academic idol, he pulled a page from a colour magazine from his back pocket that featured the legendary speaker, and asked for an autograph. The famous scientist obliged with a flourish, and the ecstatic fan kept the prized possession safely in a dresser drawer for 60 years. The scientist was Albert Einstein, signed portraits of whom – particularly of this size and museum-quality condition – are extremely rare, and this treasured item is now presented for purchase at Harrods.

  • Carrs

    This complex and unique piece of engineering sees Carrs collaborate with Yorkshire Fine Arts to create a twist on the classic mantle clock. A fusion of tradition and technology, the 18 karat gold-plated Renaissance clock has more than 50 components.

  • Rarity - Carrs
  • Rarity - Carrs
  • "Just one has been created to date, and the hand-casting, dressing, finishing and polishing ensures that no two will ever be identical."
Rare Finds

Rare Finds

Spanning fashion and fine jewellery, gastronomy and interior design, discover our curated list of Rare Finds.

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