Our “Quote”-collection dresses contemporary devices in genuine leather engraved with the works of high literature. Adapted to modern usage, the words of Austen, Brooke, Coleridge, and Shakespeare align our advanced equipment with a certain irony of time.
Few beginnings are as memorable as Jane Austen’s first line from Pride and Prejudice.
‘The clock stands at ten to three and is there honey still for tea’ – Rupert Brooke wrote these lines in Berlin.
Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge coined the term ‘suspension of disbelief’.
Shakespeare’s Puck from A Midsummer Night’s Dream needs an introduction.