Nick Plant

WhereLondon, UK
WhatHandcrafted leather and wood games
Nick Plant has exp...

Nick Plant has explored his love for craft for many years. When he was just 18 years old, he started buying and selling furniture on King’s Road before opening a shop on Westbourne Grove selling bespoke designs. He’s worked with industry names such as William Wallace and George Sherlock, the latter of which he helped to develop the first Howard-inspired chair. Our selection of Nick Plant sees him cast his creative eye to the world of board games. He does everything by hand in the UK – from etching to dying – using specially sourced leather. And as he only creates ten of each design, every piece is a true limited-edition collectible.

Nick Plant has explored his love for craft for many years. When he was just 18 years old, he started buying and selling furniture on King’s Road before opening a shop on Westbourne Grove selling bespoke designs. He’s worked with industry names such as W

Nick Plant has explored his love for craft for many years. When he was just 18 years old, he started buying and selling furniture on King’s Road before opening a shop on Westbourne Grove selling bespoke designs. He’s worked with industry names such as William Wallace and George Sherlock, the latter of which he helped to develop the first Howard-inspired chair. Our selection of Nick Plant sees him cast his creative eye to the world of board games. He does everything by hand in the UK – from etching to dying – using specially sourced leather. And as he only creates ten of each design, every piece is a true limited-edition collectible.

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Nick Plant

Nick Plant has explored his love for craft for many years. When he was just 18 years old, he started buying and selling furniture on King’s Road before opening a shop on Westbourne Grove selling bespoke designs. He’s worked with industry names such as William Wallace and George Sherlock, the latter of which he helped to develop the first Howard-inspired chair. Our selection of Nick Plant sees him cast his creative eye to the world of board games. He does everything by hand in the UK – from etching to dying – using specially sourced leather. And as he only creates ten of each design, every piece is a true limited-edition collectible.