The story of Timothy Oulton started back in 1976 with a small antiques shop, owned by Tim’s dad. Profoundly influenced by his love of antiques, his father’s military background, and an inherent affection for British heritage, Tim created an authentic, visionary brand with the deepest integrity and a passion to deliver the extraordinary. Handcrafted with only the best traditional techniques and fabrications, each Timothy Oulton piece is inspired by the past, but reconceived from a modern perspective, producing uniquely authentic collections which push the boundaries of furniture design.
Akansha Goel’s grandfather, Tarachand Goel, started his antique shop in Delhi in the red fort in 1965 by the name ART INDIA. After few years he returned to his hometown Jaipur in 1975 and started his antique shop near Hawa mahal by the name of MAHARAJA ART EMPORIUM. After gaining name and experience in the antique business, he bought a shop in city palace in 1995 and named it SAMURAI ART.
Tarun Goel with his expertise in managing skills and Arun Goel with his acumen in designing and production expanded the brand.
Today Tara Chand Goel is a very well known icon in dhurry and antique business in India. he is one of the biggest collectors of rugs in India. by Nada Chaldecott wrote a book published in 2003 named as “dhurry” under his guidelines.
Akansha Goel daughter of Arun Goel profoundly influenced by her grandfather’s and father’s love for dhurries and antique textiles created a visionary lifestyle brand by the name ART OF RAJASTHAN in 2016.