Wednesday, February 5, 2014

FREE Meet/Greet with Lord Charles Spencer at Scott Shuptrine Furniture 2/26 Royal Oak - RSVP

Lord Spencer Will Discuss Althorp Living History Furniture by Theodore Alexander...

Scott Shuptrine Interiors welcomes Charles, Ninth Earl Spencer to its Royal Oak gallery from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, February 26. Lord Spencer will be in town to discuss the Althorp Living History collection, manufactured by luxury furniture maker Theodore Alexander, now available at Scott Shuptrine Interiors in Royal Oak, Grand Rapids and Petoskey.

Inspired by the childhood home of the late Diana, Princess of Wales and Charles, Ninth Earl Spencer, the Althorp collection is based on more than 500 years of living history from the 14,000-acre estate. Theodore Alexander captures exquisite details and an enchanting insight into the past with furnishings based on the distinctive legacy at Althorp.

While Lord Spencer will be on hand at the Scott Shuptrine Interiors gallery in Royal Oak to meet and greet customers and to sign Theodore Alexander Althorp pieces purchased that day, guests at all locations will be able to enjoy refreshments and 35-percent off the collection February 26.

To attend the event at Scott Shuptrine Interiors in Royal Oak hosted by Lord Spencer, please register at or call 248.549.9105.

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About Althorp Living History
For five centuries, Althorp - a sprawling English estate in bucolic Northamptonshire - has served as the primary residence of the Spencers, one of the most distinguished, aristocratic families in England with ties to Winston Spencer Churchill and the ancestors of George Washington.

It was this combination of rich legacy and the home’s warm, beautiful interiors that drew fine furniture maker Theodore Alexander to Althorp. The resulting collection of furniture and upholstery pieces in Althorp Living History draws inspiration from treasures gathered during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries by Althorp’s famous inhabitants.

With the help of its current owner, Charles Spencer, the Ninth Earl, Althorp has quickly become an impressive home furnishings brand. See the complete collection at


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