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Entrepreneurs invest in Cotswolds with launch of gallery

Two brothers, Nicholas and Simon Wright, have launched a gallery specialising in unique and bespoke items.

James Anthony Gallery in Moreton-in-Marsh showcases art, sculpture and items which are just cool. Everything is beautiful, rare and has its own individual story.

James Anthony Gallery is the culmination of many years of planning, sourcing of items and preparation.

Nicholas Wright said: "We have spent the past decade finding items that are individual and unique and will appeal to the most discerning of buyers.

"It's a real privilege to share our collection with clients, collectors and interior designers from across the Cotswolds, as well as further afield."

The gallery is located at No.1 Cotswolds, High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, a restaurant, deli and homewares store celebrating the best of the Cotswolds, which is also owned by Simon Wright.

Simon Wright said: "Basing the gallery on the second floor of the recently launched No.1 Cotswolds emphasises our commitment to quality and our love for the area. We will be welcoming clients from across the globe to visit us in our Moreton-in-Marsh gallery, but also to our soon-to-be-open larger studio, just outside Blockley."

James Anthony Gallery, which is named after the brothers' middle names, is appointment only and offers items starting from £500+.

All items are available to view via the website, www.jagallery.co.uk, as well as on Instagram @jamesanthonygallery. 

Appointments can be made via the website or by speaking to staff at No.1 Cotswolds.

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