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King's Cross

Coming home, to Coal Drops Yard.

We’re pleased to introduce Cubitts Coal Drops Yard.

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Priory Green Estate, King’s Cross

To the east of the sprawling mass that is King’s Cross station, at the site where Calshot Street converges with Collier Street, sits Priory Green Estate.

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Calshot Street, King’s Cross

In 1938, what was once Grace Street and then Southampton Street, was renamed Calshot Street. And eighty years later, begot our Calshot frames.

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Collier Street, King’s Cross

Collier. Noun 1. A coal miner 2. A boat carrying coal 3. The name of the street that inspired our new stainless steel frames.

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Our new frame, Pakenham

Pakenham takes its name from Pakenham Street, which meets Cubitt Street in lower King's Cross. The land upon which the junction now sits was once home to the public resort of Bagnigge Wells spa.

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KEYSTONE CRESCENT, KING’S CROSS

Keystone Crescent, namesake of our Keystone frame. Formerly Caledonian Crescent, this Victorian terrace curves off the Pentonville end of ‘the Cally’, veering away from the towering gothic spires of St. Pancras.

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Cubitts • Spectacles • King's Cross

Introducing Keystone.

Keystone. A curving confluence of lightweight acetate and sleek engineering.

Cubitts • Bespoke • Cubitts Bespoke

Objects by. The Consultation Chair.

In need of a seating area for bespoke consultations at our King’s Cross practice, we commissioned David Ross of Superdreich to create a pair of consultation...

King's Cross • Spectacle Craft • Design

Spectacle making.

Last week we held our first spectacle making workshops, as part of London Craft Week. The workshops gave an introduction to the craftsmanship that goes...

Cubitts • Photography • King's Cross

King's Cross, by George Baxter

To mark our new home on the Cally, in the heart of King's Cross, we asked George Baxter to capture the varied streets of our environs. Here is a...