Silverware made in Sheffield has been starring in the window displays of London’s leading store, Harrods.
Products made by Carrs Silver have formed part of a month-long Great Gatsby- themed display, timed to coincide with the launch of the latest film version of F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel.
Carrs, founded in 1976 by Ron Carr and now run by his sons Richard, Andrew and Martin, has one of the top five concessions in Harrods’ homewares, gifts and stationery department and recently moved to Harrods’ new Luxury Home 4 department.
Managing director Richard Carr said: “Harrods is a magnet for elite shoppers from all over the world.
“Our new concession in Luxury Home 4 means our Sheffield-made silverware will continue to be displayed alongside international brands, helping to promote the city’s reputation for excellent craftsmanship.
“We’re very proud of our connection with Harrods and the newly refurbished area is a must-see for anyone visiting this shoppers’ paradise.
“It’s the perfect retail platform for our luxury range.”