The Great Frog store at 10 Ganton Street in Carnaby Street currently has an exhibition featuring some of the biggest names in Rock 'n' Roll music history. These are also all names that The Great Frog has been decking out in their signature chunky silver over the past 43 years too. All photos that are exhibited were shot by Ross Halfin who, much like The Great Frog, has been working with the likes of Motorhead's Lemmie, Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme and Alex Turner of the Arctic Monkeys.
Some of the rarer and more prestigious pieces that have been commissioned by lead singers are also on display. Alex Turner's Death Ramps ring and Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden's brass 'Eddie' belt buckle are on display too. The belt buckle is the only thing to have ever been made in brass by The Great Frog as at the time Dickinson could not afford to have it made in silver.
The prints are available to purchase whilst the exhibition is on but you had better be quick as it coincides with London Fashion Week which ends on Tuesday 22nd September. The collection and store will of course be remaining a long time past that.
The Great Frog, 10 Ganton Street W1F 7QR.
All photography Ross Halfin.