We call this style – Gem Jumbles, just a real crafty way to use the material in their original settings © Bh 2016
The house sitters arrive this evening and we depart early tomorrow. Everything is cleaned, steel tools oiled, all the plant is powered down, sealed and locked tight. We take this opportunity to thank suppliers, clients and workers who have collaborated with us in 2016 – by far our most successful year in the history of Jeweller to the Lost.
My ephemera collection (and associated memory) was given a super public display of affection at the time . . . and then yesterday Jo Hoban from thedesignfiles visited the studio fleshing out her cover story on 1) our home, 2) our studio and 3) our working collaborations – soon to be featured. Jo wondered, like I have often mused – why more opportunities are not forthcoming to show off lost pieces of personal history. At least one more visitor has mined my archive. The powerpoint is downloadable – here.
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