“There is character and soul in what we do.
The materials we use, the link to heritage, the designs, that combination is unique.“
Using only the best tried and tested techniques, Timothy Oulton's metal work entails a rigorous process of cutting, moulding, welding and polishing by dedicated and experienced craftsmen.
The Aviator Tomcat takes its cue from military aviation history, inspired by the twin-cockpit seats of the F-14 Tomcat which was deployed by the U.S. Navy for some of its most prolific missions in the 1970s.
The story of Timothy Oulton started back in 1976 with an antiques shop in Hale, near Manchester, owned by Tim's father, Major Philip Oulton. Aged 18, after leaving Ampleforth College, Tim went to work for his dad and developed a passion for traditional craftsmanship and timeless, enduring design. His innate ability to see artistic value and the essence of perfection in a product's design became the starting point for everything new.
The Shabby's relaxed yet sculptural silhouette hugs the body, while retro elements and wide channel-stitching give it a sleek yet casual look that's both classic and contemporary.
UK lifestyle blogger Claire Chanelle emulates modern glamour with some of her favourite pieces from Timothy Oulton.
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