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Chocolate Honeycomb scarf

Chocolate Honeycomb scarf

Stay warm cosy and stylish in this super soft merino wool scarf, perfect for those with sensitive skin. A fine herringbone design in cream and chocolate brown, flowing down to a solid brown and yellow band. From the expert makers at McNutts: Donegal Woollen Mill in Ireland this scarf has been crafted using only the highest quality materials.

£30.00

Poppy Beetroot Scarf

Poppy Beetroot Scarf

Stay warm, cosy and stylish in this beautifully soft merino wool scarf, soft to touch, perfect for those with sensitive skin. A vibrant mix of colours; red, purple, blue, mustard, cream make this check a versatile piece to brighten any outfit. From the expert makers at McNutts: Donegal Woollen Mill in Ireland this scarf has been crafted using only the highest quality materials.

£30.00

Turquoise Mini Check Scarf

Turquoise Mini Check Scarf

Stay warm, cosy and stylish in this turquoise, red, black, cream, pink multi-coloured check merino wool scarf, so soft to touch, perfect for those with sensitive skin. From the expert makers at McNutts: Donegal Woollen Mill in Ireland this scarf has been crafted using only the highest quality materials.

£30.00

Hyacinth & Orange Check Scarf

Hyacinth & Orange Check Scarf

A wonderfully warm, cosy and stylish scarf, made from soft merino lambswool scarf. This scarf comes in a large check pattern with bright warm tones of purple, pink and orange. From the expert makers at McNutts: Donegal Woollen Mill in Ireland this scarf has been crafted using only the highest quality materials.

£30.00

Cloche Style Table Lamp

Cloche Style Table Lamp

This contemporary Scandinavian design, Cloche style table lamp is the perfect addition to your home.

£69.00

Red Fiesta Bauble

Red Fiesta Bauble

Stop press...this bestseller is now available in red and gold. The fabulous Fiesta glass Christmas tree ball is truly eye-catching. The decoration is hand blown and manipulated whilst still malleable, then once it's hardened the firework design is hand painted.

£9.95

Copper & Glass Frame with Sari Tie 5" x 7"

Copper & Glass Frame with Sari Tie 5" x 7"

The warm copper tones and the decorative sari tie handle make these frames an elegant and stylish way to display your favourite photographs and keepsakes. A statement when alone and also when placed in a group.

Please note, the colour and length of the sari tie handle varies from piece to piece.

£16.95

Heart Song T422 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

Heart Song T422 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

The whole of many parts is found in the harmonized melody of our song.' Sid Dickens poetic words are detailed on the back of this Memory Block. This forms part of the Fall 2017 Infinity Collection.

This collection touches on sentiments of mindfulness, commitment, and individual responsibilities to move forward in a world of limitless possibilities and choices. It is through our personal determination that we all can make a difference to ensure our world is nourished and everlasting.

AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER

£99.00

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Artist of the month : Leoma Drew

Artist of the month : Leoma Drew

Leoma Drew is one of our most popular jewellers, her designs seems to really speak to our customers. We're excited to share this little interview with Leoma we did, it was such a pleasure.

Leoma Drew is one of our most popular jewellers, her designs seem to really speak to our customers. We're excited to share this little interview with Leoma, it was such a pleasure. Can you tell me a bit more about yourself and why you began designing? I actually first wanted to become a jeweller when I was about 8 years old. I won a local drawing competition and was awarded a ‘fimo Jewellery get set’ of my own choosing. I then became obsessed with making my friends and family jewellery pieces. Where do you get your ideas for the motifs you use in your jewellery? It all started with a butterfly theme. I have a few ranges and they are influenced by each other, becoming more and more abstract. Originally I studied fine art and as my work progressed and developed the butterfly became a predominant symbol that kept presenting itself. The exploration of the butterfly’s shape and form led to small hand crafted sculptural outcomes that would later become a signature style within my Jewellery practice. Leoma drew   Where are you based and does this inspire your work? I am based in Hereford, not such a lively city but one I love for its simplicity and beautiful countryside. Which designers/artists do you admire? There are so many, I’m a big collector of other jewellers work, especially rings and earrings. I have many pieces from Rozie Keogh, John Moore, Tunja Ufer, Chris Boland….the list could go on. However I Mike Gell has been a huge influence during my jewellery career. I have been working for him for 9 years now. I look up to him as a designer, mentor and friend. My favourite artist would be Frida Kahlo. I even have a tattoo of her.       What are you working on right now? I am working on a collection of brooches; I enjoy making these the most because they can be more sculptural. The stones that I’m using are similar to the shapes I use in my other work with simple shadows of detail. What's your finest moment so far? I have had many. But I was particularly proud of myself when I produced the Bulmer’s golden apple trophies. Using different local companies it was really hard work and very stressful, but I was proud of the final result. I even managed to source the wood for the bases from the original oak vats that held the cider in the old factory. I learnt a lot in this process. Screen Shot 2017-11-01 at 15.22.32   Where’s your favourite place in the world? Joshua tree in California is the best place that I have visited. We drove for miles through it and it was beautiful. Saying that; there is no place like home. What advice do you have for aspiring designers? Enjoy what you do. If you don’t then it will be even harder for your work to become a success. I also believe that hard work does pay off, and when you first start to sell, invest this back into materials. Only buys tools as and when you need them and good clean images on a white background always work the best.