Monday, 21 July 2014

Victoria Baths

This month I had a table at one of the most beautiful buildings in Manchester, Victoria Baths.

There were some lovely stalls and people, and I was very lucky to have some super duper friends visit me too ;)  I'm hoping they'll have me back for the next one!


The last photo is courtesy of EmmyC as I was silly and didn't take a photo of my own table.  Ooops, thanks Em ;)

Coral and Bone

I'm so excited to have my pieces stocked by beautiful new site Coral and Bone They specialise in 'evocative and eclectic products which feel like treasure'...very lovely indeed.  Along with jewellery picks they have beautiful homeware and vintage pieces.

Take a peek ;)

Psst...get £10 off when you spend £35 or more with the code 100club (before 31st July and not including P&P)

Friday, 13 June 2014

Work in Progress

Cleaning up lots of beautiful old keys today. It's making my fingers hurt, but it will be worth it.

All that glitters...

Gold, silver and mixed metals.  
Lovely new things now in Studio 25 and on Etsy. :)


Finds of the Fair

In April I was the official Finder for Stockport Vintage Village. I love the 'Finds' posts so I was super excited to be asked.

I hope you enjoy my Finds, I had fun finding them. :)

Full Post here

Monday, 14 April 2014

Gold Hearts

Gold heart stickers to make my post look pretty :)

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Mother's Day

The Magpie’s Daughter is a story that my Mum made up for me when I was small, there were others of course, but this one sounded the prettiest for a jewellery line. I used to love going through her jewellery and laying it all out in rows.She would tell me where she got it and where it had been worn.  Thin Hippy bangles, beautiful 1950s brooches from my Nana, the pearl earrings I wore on my Wedding Day…jewellery is so personal and I love that about it.

As a present this year I'm having an illustration made by a lovely artist of some lyrics from a song that we’ve sung together since I was super small.  I’ll also get her a big bunch of yellow daffodils, it’s traditional!

This post is based on a piece written for the What I Always blog.  For the full post, including other designers, click here.