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At Home With Mr & Mrs Maxwell-Scott

Have a memorable Christmas with inspiration from Mr & Mrs Maxwell-Scott…

your gift guides

This year refine the art of gift giving with handcrafted presents to last a lifetime, together. These will create the most magical moments with reminders of the special day for many years to come…

FOR HIM

Find the perfect gift for the refined gentleman in your life, a piece which he will treasure for many more years to come...

FOR Her

Discover gifts for her which will make a big impact on Christmas morning as symbols of your devotion...

FOR JET-SETTERS

For those who are constantly embarking on their next adventure, remind them of home with a new travel companion...

Need help to organise your gift list this Christmas? Download our Christmas gift shopping list.

christmas tips
the ultimate guide to champagne

As it becomes time to toast in the festive season, Colin Palmer from Billecart-Salmon - a world renowned champagne House - offers his insider insight into the traditional world of this celebratory tipple...

HOW TO DRESS FOR THE AW18 PARTY SEASON

What to wear to the office party is the perennial Christmas question. Here it is answered by the biggest trends from the spring/summer 2018 catwalks. Time to put on some sparkle and party the night way...

THE BEST SKI CHALETS TO ESCAPE TO THIS WINTER

If you can feel your need to be on the ski slopes once more, here are the best chalets to escape to for a touch of winter whilst it is the height of summer at home. Time for a truly white Christmas?...

discover the real Mr & Mrs Maxwell-Scott

From the very beginning Maxwell-Scott has been driven by our founder and CEO William and Charlotte, our Corporate Sales Manager.

After they met initially on a night out with mutual friends in London in the early noughties, they married several years later. When William decided to set up Maxwell-Scott in 2002, Charlotte decided to leave her high-profile position in magazine advertising to help develop the enterprise. They decided to build Maxwell-Scott together.

As time passed, and after the birth of their first child, William and Charlotte decided to move back to William’s native Yorkshire. And here we all are now, Maxwell-Scott has expanded into an international brand, with eight international websites and several new collections.

Christmas punctuates a life built together, make this year special with a gift which will last for many more festive seasons to come

the little extras

Refine each area of Christmas this year courtesy of our devoted teams…

personalisation

In order to create the final touch for a gift (or something special for yourself), our embossing service imprints our classic vegetable-tanned leather with initials or a significant date for that last sentimental flourish...

gift wrap

For the final step, our gift wrapping team are primed to wrap your Italian leather gifts to perfection. In either a keep-sake grey display box or silver paper, always with a ribbon, they will aptly present the craftsmanship inside...

christmas FAQs

Whether you need to know about your last order date for Christmas delivery, our extended winter returns policy or our policy regarding personalised items, all of your Christmas questions have been answered...

the making of Christmas

Our Christmas campaign shoot took place across a few days at the end of summer in the Yorkshire dales. Here is a little insight into what it takes to create Christmas at home with Mr & Mrs Maxwell-Scott:

1. Plans for the Mr & Mrs Maxwell-Scott campaign began last December.

2.The music within the video was chosen because it had the feeling of a modern day fairy tale.

2. It took three 12-hour days and an extensive team to shoot the campaign.

4. A resident set dog to make everyone smile.

5. Canon 5ds were used to photograph the campaign.

An Interview With Campaign Photographer Sven Eselgroth

 

Our Christmas campaign photographer Sven Eselgroth offers an insider look into how to plan and execute a photography campaign. First off: what constitutes that perfect shot?

 

Well that is hardly easy – perfect subject, perfect location, perfect composition and perfect lighting – not much to ask for.