Brand Licensing

Brand Licensing

Licensing

Would you like to create licensed products with us in association with our prestigious royal brand?

We have five magnificent royal palaces with nearly 1,000 years of superb craftsmanship to inspire licensed product development. Each of the palaces have examples of some of the most important movements in architecture, art and design, from medieval illuminations, Tudor splendour, Jacobean exuberance to Georgian classicism and Victorian magnificence.

Working with Historic Royal Palaces could not be easier!

We have a designated team of licensing professionals with the experience, resources and knowledge to help you make the most of a licensed partnership.

We work closely with our curatorial, conservation and gardening specialist teams to ensure provenance, factual accuracy and integrity of the product design is in keeping with our stories and organisation.

The Licensing team identifies potential licensees to work with, who we consider to be the ‘best in their field’. Our existing partners share our commitment to produce product that is of the highest standards of quality and design and have benefited by being inspired by the past to produce exquisite product for today’s market.

 

Please contact the Licensing department on:

Telephone: +44 (0)20 3166 6844
Email: licensing@hrp.org.uk

www.hrp.org.uk

 

Some examples of the partners we currently work with:

Cole & Son wallpaper

Cole and Son wallpaper collection

 

 

After the Antique fireplace

After the Antique 

 

 

Downloadable Resources

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    Licensing brochure
    (Adobe PDF, 6.01MB)

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