Les Couilles Du Chien

Les Couilles Du Chien

Les Couilles Du Chien translates to mean “The Dog’s Bollocks”.

The Dog’s Bollocks, as you know, means the best. Hence why Jerome Dodd chose it as the name of his London antiques store. Because it is. The best, that is. And we say antiques, but really this is more of a world of hidden curiosities, an Aladdin’s cave to get lost in. Little wonder it’s been attracting a who’s who of interior designers and collectors over the years.

Spanning designs and periods, it has, over the last 25 years, been the place you can everything from a taxidermy moose to Murano chandeliers to Victorian weddings domes. Those Victorian domes being a particular favourite of our Editrix-in-Chief, Sophia Neophitou. She’ll tell anyone who’ll listen. Recommendation indeed.

Here, they’ve gathered together a selection of the finest treasures Les Couilles du Chien have to offer. Like they’ve picked them directly for you. They’re nice like that. 

Les Couilles Du Chien