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Hong Kong welcomes new boutique: Rare by Oulton

by Leona Liu on Jan 11, 2016 in Products
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Rare by Oulton on 19 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong

Rare by Oulton on 19 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong

Tim Oulton curates a new vintage interiors boutique Rare by Oulton on Hong Kong’s Gough Street with a collection of truly unique antique pieces

As Founder and Creative Director of the British vintage-inspired furniture house Timothy Oulton, Tim Oulton has been actively collecting antiques since his early age when involved in his father's antiques business. Rare by Oulton stocks astounding antiques and showcases many pieces which have inspired Oulton’s furniture designs over the years.

10204 Late 19th Century Carved and Painted Wood Model of the Royal Coat of Arms III

Late 19th Century Carved and Painted Wood Model of the Royal Coat of Arms

The first Rare boutique in Hong Kong covers two storeys, and features reclaimed English mahogany parquet floors, and an imposing brass door that has been fitted to what was once the entrance to a printing shop at 19 Gough Street in the heart of the city.

10165 1880's Louis Vuitton Top-opening High Ladies Cabin Trunk II

1880′s Louis Vuitton Top-opening High Ladies Cabin Trunk

The Rare collection includes distinctive, unusual and, of course, rare pieces. A continually rotating stock currently includes a pair of 1890s barber's chairs, a 1940s double life-size training model of a Browning M1919 A4 .30 calibre machine gun, as well as a selection of antique custom Louis Vuitton and Goyard trunks.

10023 1950's Dunhill Aquarium Lighter V

1950′s Dunhill Aquarium Lighter

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