For those searching for the perfect wedding present, we’ve hand selected a few of our favourite pieces from The Wolseley Collection in the hope of providing some inspiration...
With such a variety of gifts to choose from these days, it is often difficult to find a wedding present that is both unusual and yet useful or decorative enough to be treasured in the years to come. And so, for those looking for a gift thoughtful enough to stand the test of time, we’ve hand selected a few of our much-loved pieces to hopefully inspire you, whatever your taste or budget.
Less than £50:
Silver-plated tea infuser, £35
The perfect accessory for any sophisticated tea service. Elegant and unusual, these silver-plated tea infusers make for a charming wedding present.
Less than £100:
Set of Two Fine Bone China Mugs, £75
Championing true British craftsmanship, these fine bone china mugs are made exclusively for The Wolseley Collection by Halcyon Days, one of the finest suppliers of objets d’art in the world. There’s nothing quite like enjoying tea from fine bone china and these make a particularly sophisticated addition to the home.
Less than £150:
Pommery Brut Royal NV, The Wolseley Médoc 2011 & The Wolseley Sancerre 2016 Gift Set, £123
A superb medium-bodied claret, a fine and crisp white wine and a lively champagne make this is a celebratory gift set which can be enjoyed either immediately or saved for a special anniversary in the future.
Less than £200:
Set of Six Crystal Champagne Coupes, £195
Exquisitely crafted from pure crystal, these elegant champagne coupes will add a touch of sophistication to any interior for years to come.
Vintage Silver-plated Tea or Coffee Pot, £275
As seen in the restaurant, our iconic tea and coffee pots make covetable wedding gifts. Classic enough to stand the test of time, these personal gifts are full of character with no two the same.
Shagreen Wine Cooler, £695
A bespoke wedding gift like no other, our limited-edition wine coolers were made exclusively for The Wolseley’s opening by one of the most respected names in contemporary British leather craft, Bill Amberg.