CW Sellors has partnered with Sotheby’s to create a three-part film series about the Chatsworth House Style Exhibition.
The series will go behind the scenes of the exhibition, giving exclusive access to the collection dedicated to the five centuries of fashion at Chatsworth shown across 24 rooms.
A special fourth video will focus on the jewellery itself and how it was recreated by CW Sellors.
The collection was curated by Hamish Bowles, the international editor of American Vogue and overseen by Lady Burlington.
Some of the pieces recreated by the jewellers include the lost headdress worn by Duchess Louise at the Devonshire House Ball in 1897, replica diamond tiaras worn at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and a swarm of insect jewels inspired by Duchess Deborah’s famous insect collection.
Chris Sellors, founder of CW Sellors, said: “It has been a privilege to have been invited to recreate such historical pieces and the 74-piece House Style Collection. In doing so we like to think we’ve shared our affection for Chatsworth and the past and present generations of the family who live there.”