Sending this back to Melbourne tomorrow – all new and repaired © Bh 1989 eye/heart Brooch Tuesday, May 23 2017 

Anodised aluminium brass and silver Brooch from Barbara’s ‘Paddington’ daze. We both still have ours, Donald Holt’s one (above) has graced more dance floors than most people have had hot dinners . . . it came back to the studio to be disassembled, the brass eye buffed and varnished and a new handmade high, two pin silver back. Strong enough for winter coat wear.

 

Many clients have been waiting for more ‘another time’ © Bh material Thursday, May 18 2017 

Twin gem Earrings © Bh Burmese Ruby princess cut 2=0.5ct box settings with German cut black Spinel high cabochon 2=19.13ct with Barbara’s signature white Enamel fusion 18ct yellow Gold Hooks.

 

Another version of a twin gem pair of earrings © Bh finished today Thursday, May 18 2017 

Twin gem Earrings © Bh smoky Quartz princess cut 2=4.31ct textured tapered box setting Brazilian green Tourmaline high cabochons 2=6.30ct oval rub over setting 9ct rose and yellow Gold Hooks.

New ‘on the ear’ twin gem earrings for retailer’s stock finished today Thursday, May 18 2017 

We will have these to tempt you at wholesale prices at QAGOMA early July 2017. New twin gem Earrings ‘on the ear’ style © Bh yellow Beryl princess cuts 2=1.14ct 9ct yellow Gold box settings pink Tourmaline round brilliant cut high cabochons 2=6.30ct oxidised 925 Silver textured settings Bar to hooks.

We are slowly preparing new Earrings for stock, see you all at QAGOMA Saturday July 8 Thursday, May 18 2017 

Barbara calls this version ‘on the ear’ – twin gem earrings © Barbara Heath 2017 High square African Aquamarine cabochon 2=3.27ct freshwater Keshi Pearls 9ct yellow and white gold Hooks. Please save the date as this is our first announcement . . .

Clients sometimes start the ball rolling in the right direction Thursday, May 18 2017 

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Emma and Barbara have a long commissioning relationship, her first piece was her graduation ring and in her own words – these are her ‘push bling’ for baby Tabitha. An email message received showed her idea in a selfie. Barbara’s response was easy, she designed and the studio produced these two part earrings in 18ct palladium white gold using the gifted Diamonds from Ray’s Mother. Using two textures that have become ‘Jeweller to the Lost’ favourites; Chunky Pavé and pierced Lace balls.

Barbara’s earrings and brooch make another appearance, this time in the cover shot of the Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce’s recent book of letters, entitled: “Dear Quentin”. Wednesday, May 10 2017 

Our signed copy is from the second numbered series of the Miegunyah Volumes, royalties to be donated to the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.

Janice calls her necklace -“Re-Cycle the Lot” © Bh Friday, Apr 21 2017 

Barb says it could also be called ‘the family story’ as collectively the three Barker women and Barbara tackled how to re-work a table load of their treasures. This last piece comprised of earrings, brooches, loose gems and lovely coral beads is now completed and ready to be worn all over again.

 

So many people got in touch yesterday to tell us that Quentin was on the ABC television wearing her commissioned earrings and matching brooch by Barbara Heath Friday, Apr 21 2017 

One of Australia’s most high-profile women of integrity, a close friend of Marjory Millburn (Barbara’s first commission client). Her matching © Bh Pyramid Lattice earrings and brooch have graced many a public and private gathering – worn well with style and we are devoted fans.

Home invasion by journalist, stylist and photographer went splendidly last December Friday, Apr 21 2017 

Here is the Instagram snapshot at the end of launch day, 20/4/2017 and the link to the article.

The links to everyone concerned are in the article. With an enormous reach to 243,000 followers; ‘thedesignfiles’ have certainly created an easy vehicle into people’s homes and studios, creative enterprises and lifestyles of Australian families. The “likes” that this post has created both on Lucy’s feed and our own feeds has be quite overwhelming . . . thanks to all and please enjoy the article.

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