Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Savoy Collection

"Savoy: A Timeless Icon of Elegance and Culture" Nestled in the picturesque town of Morzine, France, the name "Savoy" evokes a sense of grandeur and sophistication

Background imageSavoy Collection: Morzine, France

Morzine, France
Morzine, Savoie, France Date: 1920s

Background imageSavoy Collection: Poster advertising the D Oyly Carte Opera Company

Poster advertising the D Oyly Carte Opera Company, famous for its Gilbert and Sullivan operetta productions. Pictured are scenes from The Gondoliers, The Mikado and The Yeomen of the Guard

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Hotel, London

Savoy Hotel, London
An impression by W. Walcot of the Savoy Hotel, Strand, London in 1927

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Hotel Advert

Savoy Hotel Advert for the hotel and restaurant in London proclaiming it to be the Hotel De Luxe of the World

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Hotel London

Savoy Hotel London
The SAVOY HOTEL, Strand

Background imageSavoy Collection: Ball at Savoy Hotel

Ball at Savoy Hotel
A fashionable ball at the Savoy Hotel, Strand, London

Background imageSavoy Collection: Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte

Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte
Retro poster for Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte, character from HMS Pinafore. 1960s

Background imageSavoy Collection: Waiters, chefs and kitchen hands at Londons Savoy hotel went on strike early today

Waiters, chefs and kitchen hands at Londons Savoy hotel went on strike early today, it was decided that tables were to be left bare and underserviced in the private suites, restaurant and Grill room

Background imageSavoy Collection: The Mikado at the Savoy

The Mikado at the Savoy
Sketches from The Mikado at the Savoy Theatre in London: The Mikado (Mr R. Temple), Nanki-Pooh (Mr Durward Lely), Katisha (Miss Brandram), Pooh-Bah (Mr R)

Background imageSavoy Collection: Programme design, Gilbert & Sullivan, Princess Ida

Programme design, Gilbert & Sullivan, Princess Ida, Savoy Theatre, London. A respectful operatic perversion of Tennysons " Princess" in Three Acts. circa 1880s

Background imageSavoy Collection: Sketch of the entrance to the Savoy Hotel, 1926

Sketch of the entrance to the Savoy Hotel, 1926
Sketch of the entrance to the Savoy Hotel, London, 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageSavoy Collection: The Duchess of Portland

The Duchess of Portland photographed for the front cover of The Tatler looking very serene and practical in a nurses uniform

Background imageSavoy Collection: Dinner given by Alexander Duckham at the Savoy Hotel

Dinner given by Alexander Duckham at the Savoy Hotel honouring Louis Ble

Background imageSavoy Collection: SHOES 1899

SHOES 1899
A pair of gentlemens lace-up half-boots or Town Boots and a pair of ladies shoes with a Louis heel complete with shoe trees are left outside a hotel room for boots to polish

Background imageSavoy Collection: Social / Savoy Playgoers

Social / Savoy Playgoers
Societys playgoers enjoy supper after the theatre at the Savoy Hotel, London

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Hotel

Savoy Hotel
Panorama of London down the Mall towards the Savoy Hotel on the cover of the Illustrated London News in 1914

Background imageSavoy Collection: Duke of Marlborough

Duke of Marlborough
JOHN CHURCHILL, duke of MARLBOROUGH, brilliant military commander who, with prince Eugen of Savoy, defeated the French in the war of the Spanish Succession

Background imageSavoy Collection: 'Firenze - Piazza Vittorio Emanuele'

"Firenze - Piazza Vittorio Emanuele" Florence Piazza della Repubblica Commemorative Equestrian Monument Arts and handicrafts of XIX century, Nineteenth century, 19th century, Europe

Background imageSavoy Collection: Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte

Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte
Retro poster for Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte, character from HMS Pinafore. 1960s

Background imageSavoy Collection: The Savoy, volume I by Aubrey Beardsley

The Savoy, volume I by Aubrey Beardsley
Cover design by Aubrey Beardsley for The Savoy, volume 1, published by Leonard Smithers in 1896. In this version the putto is about to relieve himself on a copy of The Yellow Book

Background imageSavoy Collection: Sandie Shaw performing at the Savoy Restaurant

Sandie Shaw performing at the Savoy Restaurant
Advertisement in London Life magazine for singer Sandie Shaw, voted Britains Top Female Singer - performing at the Savoy Restaurant in 1965. Date: 1965

Background imageSavoy Collection: Design for Gilbert and Sullivan, A Dream of Patience

Design for Gilbert and Sullivan, A Dream of Patience
Design by Alice Mary Havers for Gilbert and Sullivan, Savoy Operas, A Dream of Patience. circa 1880s

Background imageSavoy Collection: The new ballroom at the Savoy by Fish

The new ballroom at the Savoy by Fish
Devotees of Terpsichore in the new ballroom at the Savoy Hotel, London. Date: 1926

Background imageSavoy Collection: Spring at the Savoy

Spring at the Savoy
A front cover illustration from The Tatler showing fashionably dressed women walking into The Savoy hotel in London

Background imageSavoy Collection: D OYLY CARTE POSTER, c1894. Poster for Gilbert & Sullivans Utopia, Limited

D OYLY CARTE POSTER, c1894. Poster for Gilbert & Sullivans Utopia, Limited, as performed by D Oyly Cartes Opera Company. Lithograph poster, c1894

Background imageSavoy Collection: GILBERT & SULLIVAN: MIKADO. Sketches from The Mikado, Gilbert

GILBERT & SULLIVAN: MIKADO. Sketches from The Mikado, Gilbert and Sullivans new comic opera at the Savoy Theatre in London. Line engraving from an English newspaper of 1885

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Hotel

Savoy Hotel
Interior cutaway section of the Savoy Hotel in London in 1911

Background imageSavoy Collection: Design for a Regency park entrance

Design for a Regency park entrance with neoclassical walls and wrought iron gates. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rudolph Ackermanns Repository of Arts, London, 1816

Background imageSavoy Collection: Prince Eugene of Savoy, military commander

Prince Eugene of Savoy, military commander
Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736), military commander. early 18th century

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Savoy Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Savoy Hotel, West 9th Street, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Date: circa 1906

Background imageSavoy Collection: Amadeo I (Turin, 1845-Turin, 1890). Duke of Aosta and King o

Amadeo I (Turin, 1845-Turin, 1890). Duke of Aosta and King of Spain (1871-1873). Engraving

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Cavalry Charge, by G F Gonzaga, 1942

Savoy Cavalry Charge, by G F Gonzaga, 1942
G. F. Gonzaga, Savoy Cavalry Charge, 1942

Background imageSavoy Collection: Map of Piedmont, of the Savoy and Genovas. Cremona, engraving on copper, 1832

Map of Piedmont, of the Savoy and Genovas. Cremona, engraving on copper, 1832
Cartography, Italy, 19th century. Map of Piedmont, of the Savoy and Genovas. Cremona, 1832. Engraving on copper

Background imageSavoy Collection: Thames Embankment - Cecil and Savoy Hotels

Thames Embankment - Cecil and Savoy Hotels

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Palace (C16)

Savoy Palace (C16)
The Royal Palace of the Savoy at the time of Henry VIII; although a royal barge is depicted here, the building was then used as a hospital for the poor

Background imageSavoy Collection: The Savoy Chapel

The Savoy Chapel, Savoy Hill, Strand, London. It stands on part of the site of the ancient Palace of Savoy and is part of the hospital built by Henry VII in 1505

Background imageSavoy Collection: Savoy Hotel Chef 1899

Savoy Hotel Chef 1899
The head chef at the Savoy Hotel

Background imageSavoy Collection: Aerial view of the Fenestrelle fortress watching over Chisone Valley

Aerial view of the Fenestrelle fortress watching over Chisone Valley. Orsiera Rocciavre Park, Chisone Valley, Turin, Piedmont, Italy

Background imageSavoy Collection: Aerial view of the Fenestrelle fortress watching over Chisone Valley

Aerial view of the Fenestrelle fortress watching over Chisone Valley. Orsiera Rocciavre Park, Chisone Valley, Turin, Piedmont, Italy

Background imageSavoy Collection: Aerial view of the Fenestrelle fortress watching over Chisone Valley

Aerial view of the Fenestrelle fortress watching over Chisone Valley. Orsiera Rocciavre Park, Chisone Valley, Turin, Piedmont, Italy

Background imageSavoy Collection: Still life with Savoy cabbage

Still life with Savoy cabbage
Brig Barkow

Background imageSavoy Collection: Half-length portrait of Princess Mafalda of Savoy

Half-length portrait of Princess Mafalda of Savoy
3560583 Half-length portrait of Princess Mafalda of Savoy; (add.info.: Rome 1915 ca. Photographer: Pesce, (Cavaliere)); Alinari Archives, Florence

Background imageSavoy Collection: View of the equestrian statue of Vittorio Emanuele II seen from the top, Rome

View of the equestrian statue of Vittorio Emanuele II seen from the top, Rome
3559506 View of the equestrian statue of Vittorio Emanuele II seen from the top, Rome by Fratelli Alinari (fl.1854-1920); (add.info.: Artist: Gallori, Emilio;Chiaradia)

Background imageSavoy Collection: Portrait of H.M. Queen Margaret, presented by the same on the occasion of her visit to

Portrait of H.M. Queen Margaret, presented by the same on the occasion of her visit to the "Anvers-Dam"
3561434 Portrait of H.M. Queen Margaret, presented by the same on the occasion of her visit to the "Anvers-Dam" railway station, during raising and moving operations of the building

Background imageSavoy Collection: Queen Margherita of Savoy with her young son, the Prince of Naples future King Victor Emmanuel III

Queen Margherita of Savoy with her young son, the Prince of Naples future King Victor Emmanuel III of Savoy
5314824 Queen Margherita of Savoy with her young son, the Prince of Naples future King Victor Emmanuel III of Savoy, 1878 (photo) by Unknown photographer

Background imageSavoy Collection: The Gorge of Sallanches, 1860

The Gorge of Sallanches, 1860
1577501 The Gorge of Sallanches, 1860; (add.info.: The Gorge of Sallanches, Savoy.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageSavoy Collection: Queen Elena of Savoy posing with her daughters Jolanda and Giovanna in the gardens of the Royal

Queen Elena of Savoy posing with her daughters Jolanda and Giovanna in the gardens of the Royal Palace in Rome
3560578 Queen Elena of Savoy posing with her daughters Jolanda and Giovanna in the gardens of the Royal Palace in Rome, surrounded by a group of Red Cross nurses and medical officers

Background imageSavoy Collection: Equestrian statue of Vittorio Emanuele II, detail of the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II or Altar

Equestrian statue of Vittorio Emanuele II, detail of the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II or Altar of the Fatherland;
3559118 Equestrian statue of Vittorio Emanuele II, detail of the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II or Altar of the Fatherland; work by Giuseppe Sacconi in Rome by Fratelli Alinari (fl.1854-1920)



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping

"Savoy: A Timeless Icon of Elegance and Culture" Nestled in the picturesque town of Morzine, France, the name "Savoy" evokes a sense of grandeur and sophistication. From its humble beginnings as a poster advertising the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company to becoming synonymous with luxury at the Savoy Hotel in London, this name has left an indelible mark on history. The Savoy Hotel, an architectural marvel that exudes opulence, has been a haven for discerning travelers since its inception. Its iconic entrance sketched in 1926 stands as a testament to its timeless allure. The Duchess of Portland herself graced its halls during her stay, adding prestige to this already illustrious establishment. Beyond being a luxurious retreat for guests from around the world, the Savoy Hotel is also steeped in cultural significance. It played host to magnificent balls where society's elite gathered under dazzling chandeliers and danced until dawn. Notably, it was here that Gilbert & Sullivan's masterpiece "The Mikado" enthralled audiences with its enchanting melodies and witty libretto. However, not all stories surrounding the it can filled with glamour. In 1920s London, waiters, chefs, and kitchen hands at this esteemed hotel went on strike early one morning – their voices demanding fair treatment echoing through its hallowed corridors. Nevertheless, even amidst such challenges or labor disputes throughout history; nothing could tarnish the reputation of this legendary institution. Retro posters showcasing Gilbert & Sullivan productions by D'Oyly Carte remind us of their artistic contributions within these walls while Alexander Duckham hosted lavish dinners that further cemented the hotel's status as a hub for high society gatherings. Today, when one mentions "Savoy, " it conjures images of refined elegance and impeccable service—a symbol of excellence passed down through generations.