Another water story – Interlocking originals lost and found, lost again and now replaced Wednesday, Apr 6 2011 

We have added two brilliant cut Diamonds to the yellow gold (circles), white gold (squares) © Bh 1974–2011

Dene Senior’s lost-in-the-water story is remarkable, we sent these off tonight to Adelaide.

Two Tasmanian purchases, one surprisingly from a colonial SE Queensland photographist: Tuesday, Apr 5 2011 

Ed Forster is mentioned and immortalised as an early Maryborough photographer, this mounted parlor card is inscribed with the following: “Unborn dugong calf, captured 1873. Sent to the Philidelphia Exhibition . . . in spirit and a glass case”. The other piece is a brooch which is a mounted and set, snake’s lower jaw in 9ct rose gold, maybe Australian?



Handmark Gallery – opening night shots by Sam Rosewarne, from the Mercury’s social pages Tuesday, Apr 5 2011 


A wonderful response, new and old pals surrounded us – Barbara and her sister are off to a 6 day Cradle Mountain experience, Juan-Luis and mal E remain grounded in the studio, all goes well.

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