Number #10 is the recent issue so I’m terribly late with this update, sorry girls!
Our 6 column story entitled ‘pieced together’ is here
and my own Fashion Q & A is here
arresting human intelligence and barbara heath and Blogroll and jeweller to the lost - commisions and jeweller to the lost - retail range and jeweller to the lost - sculpture and malcolm enright and urban archaeology blogging, exhibition, the good things 4:55 pm
The second studio sale day in a rare moment when there were no clients in the studio. I had this shot as my wallpaper on the iPhone all the time we were on holidays - we have spent two months at our other residence, shop and garden in Tunbridge Tasmania. We returned to the studio yesterday and this is the first post for 2014, yeah!
This is the second change-over from posts we have done since the sale last weekend. The Hexagon range has singles, articulated doubles in all golds silvers and combination finishes, in fact Anne Harper dropped in today to collect her coral bracelet restring wearing her matted double gold ones.
Barbara went along to the J&SO industry night on Nov 26th 2013 at the Webb Gallery QCA Southbank to check out the talent that Elizabeth Shaw et al keeps turning out into the world. Well done all round, we say! . . . or in Teresa talk – “get outa ma grills”
Saturday was just a blur, it started at 9:49am . . . eleven minutes before we were to open the door to the throng of eager customers. Jeff from Canberra was on the dog-and-bone, “we want the Iolite ring mal” . . . bam, we were away! The next thing to break the excitement was walking the dog at 6:10pm. My daughter Lil assisted along with KT and (the pink lady) – Wendy, one of our most loyal commission clients. One of our many regulars – Bob and Beth Mohl who always bakes us shortbreads handed over her lovely goodies which I secured away immediately. Lunch seemed hours away when Lil asked about the shortbreads “Daddo, I need one” – seemed like everyone had one except me?
Sunday started with vintage French champagne from Lil’s stash. We had a break in the action after the first customers for the day who were Karl and KT back again – Barb and Lil played with settings on their iPhones along with shooting this ‘duo selfie’ . . . Lil then leaves and it went bananas again. Sundays are more relaxed with couples dropping in and customers who want more quality time to browse the remaining stock. Participants vary based on their availability and needs while others we see annually every year. Newer clients always bring a friend which is the rule, this year Pam Easton rocked in with Anna Schwartz from Melbourne – a real treat. 2013 now eclipsed last year as our biggest sale and (Love Fest) ever! Now for the resizes, new commission briefs and finishing the work here for collection before 21st December + I’m reconsigning articles to our awaiting retailers.
Thanks to everyone who either messaged, purchased and visited and to our little tight team from mal E + Bh – Jeweller to the Lost.
Plus bright solid silver melts that have been oxidised. 18ct yellow gold melts with oxidised silver chains, parrot clasps and in-line faceted amethyst beads – showing a detail below – only four pieces available. 240mm diameter. Why buy one? From my perspective two necklets are the go and at $400.00 incl GST they are affordable. Larger detail of the Silver and amazonite waterfall necklaces, the bead tassels – here and here.