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The Royal Ballet and the British fine jewellery house Boodles have collaborated to create the stunning Pas de Deux collection of jewellery. The partnership is an extraordinary coming together of two iconic British companies that combine the very best of their tradition with the contemporary designs and ideas of today. The Pas de Deux collection will be on sale through Boodles stores in London, Liverpool and Dublin.
The Royal Ballet has embarked upon an exciting collaboration with Michael Talbot and the Calken Gallery, which includes an impressive portrait sculpture of Royal Ballet Principal dancer, Edward Watson and ‘Callisto’, an elegant portrayal of a dancing ballerina. These sculptures will soon be joined by a third piece also depicting a female dancer. Each is based on Michael’s direct observations of dancers from The Royal Ballet and carefully scrutinised by the expert and experienced eyes of the Royal Ballet directors.
The pieces are modelled in clay before being cast in bronze and then coloured using chemicals applied under intense heat to create wonderful unique patinas. The sculptures are on sale through the Calken Gallery and its partner galleries in London, Broadway, Birmingham, Barcelona, Amsterdam, San Francisco, LA (Newport Beach), Florida (Key West), and Maui.
This sumptuous Royal Ballet book, published by Carlton Kids, covers all aspects of ballet from its history and choreography to staging and performances. The title is richly illustrated with imagery from Royal Opera House Collections and includes contributions from our dancers, choreographers, costume-makers and conductors.
Cocorose London’s exclusive Royal Ballet Collection of foldable ballet pumps now includes five designs. Each one is presented in a luxury travel purse, with an accompanying black satin shoulder bag folded into its back pocket (ideal for when you change out of your high-heels), and in a beautiful black-and-silver Royal Ballet branded presentation box.
Hannah Grennell, Mariko Saski and Isabella Gasparini of The Royal Ballet wearing shoes from Cocorose London’s exclusive Royal Ballet Collection of foldable ballet pumps
Our 2016 illustrated Royal Ballet desk and pocket diaries are available from our online store, together with our Royal Ballet organizer.
Featuring dancers of The Royal Ballet, our 2016 calendar is available from our online store.
This exciting collaboration between boutique stationary company Something for the Girls and The Royal Ballet features greetings cards with whimsical photographs of vintage ballet shoes, alongside costumes and tutus from The Royal Ballet to mark those special moments with elegance and style.
Greetings Card designed by Something For The Girls using costumes and accessories from The Royal Ballet wardrobe. 2013.
A set of enticing impulse buys featuring attractive ballet inspired imagery including pointe shoes and illustrations by artist Lydia Brooks; products include pocket mirrors, notebooks, exercise books, magnets and button badges.
Publisher of key Royal Opera House publications including The Royal Ballet yearbooks, the Souvenir Guide to the Royal Opera House and Royal Ballet dancer Andrej Uspenski’s book, Dancers, Natalia Osipova: Becoming a Swan and, Steven McRae - Dancer in the Fast Lane.
Natalia Osipova: Becoming a Swan
An intimate portrait of a ballet superstar, and the story told in pictures of her preparation for the role of Odette/Odile in SwanLake – the most iconic role for a ballerina.
Steven McRae - Dancer in the Fast Lane
A close up look at one of the most exciting male dancers in the world today.
The Onoto Pen Company, a British firm, have created an exclusive range of luxury fountain pens for The Royal Ballet. The pens are made from sterling silver with guilloché engraving and vitreous enamel in the style of Fabergé.
Produced by Art/Books, this beautiful 182-page publication celebrates a unique collaboration between The Royal Ballet and the National Gallery. It tells the story of this extraordinary, complex project from conception to stage and gallery. The work of three acclaimed contemporary artists – Chris Ofili, Conrad Shawcross and Mark Wallinger – is combined with the work of international choreographers and composers to create three new ballets inspired by the Titian paintings Diana and Callisto, Diana and Actaeon and The Death of Actaeon.
Featuring over three hundred colour illustrations, available to buy now in hardback.
A special Limited Edition copy also features original numbered prints from the three artists – Chris Ofili, Conrad Shawcross and Mark Wallinger – only 250 printed.
Available to buy now, presented with prints in a clothbound clamshell case, handmade in Italy.