1660 London at the V & A's What is Luxury? Exhibition

1660 London is currently being featured at the Victoria and Albert museum in its What is Luxury? Exhibition.
"What is Luxury? frames work by designers, makers and artists using a selection of terms in order to engage with and expand upon current debate. It addresses the production of exceptional objects, which demonstrate an extraordinary investment in time and handmaking. It explores how attitudes to luxury are shaped by cultural concerns and personal dreams. It challenges preconceived notions of value and provides an opportunity for thinking about the future of luxury in the 21st century." V&A
What is Luxury?
25th April – 27th September 2015
Recent photos of the 1660 London range
Taken by Jan Baldwin
1660 London on the V & A Blog
The Crafts Council and V&A announce their next partnership exhibition - What is Luxury?
The 1660 London tasting cups will be included in this exhibition which features exceptional examples of contemporary design and craftsmanship alongside conceptual projects which explore fundamental ideas of luxury, its production and future. 

What is Luxury? is at the V&A from 25 April to 27 September 2015 
1660 LONDON tasting cups will be available at Fortnum & Mason from 10th of June 2013 onwards. They will also be apart of "Mad for Tea", a major exhibition curated by Brian Kennedy and Peter Ting curated for Fortnum & Mason.
Further more, 1660 LONDON has also created exclusively for Fortnum & Mason their own private label tasting cups - The Superior Tea Hamper A and The superior Tea Hamper B
1660 LONDON tasting cups will be available at Postcard Teas.