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Fern Crystal Glass Champagne Saucer

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Fern Crystal Glass Champagne Saucer

A delicate crystal glass, champagne saucer created in the style of 19th century English design. These glasses features an beautiful etched design of ferns around the entire circumference.

£12.50

Stars Crystal Glass Champagne Saucer

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Stars Crystal Glass Champagne Saucer

A delicate crystal glass, champagne saucer created in the style of 19th century English design. These glasses features an beautiful etched design of stars around the entire circumference.

£12.50

Faceted Lens Wine Glass

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Faceted Lens Wine Glass

Designed in this style of vintage, English glassware these fine crystal glasses have a subtle faceted decoration around the bowl of the glass. The thumbprint shaped facets reflect the light beautifully and give the glass something special.

£12.50

Leaf Study Print by Brie Harrison

Leaf Study Print by Brie Harrison

Leaf Study giclée print on archival paper by Brie Harrison. Limited edition of 100, signed by the artist and numbered. Unframed.

£60.00

Celtic Thistle T420 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

Celtic Thistle T420 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

'Noble in character, honouring strength, devotion, and determination.' 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

Cryptic T419 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

Cryptic T419 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

'Navigate the mysterious way of life through the patchwork and diversity of all cultures.' 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

Adorned Cuff T421 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

Adorned Cuff T421 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

'My heart holds true, awaiting my future and fortune.' 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

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

Aug

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2017
September Artist of the Month : Natajaq

September Artist of the Month : Natajaq

Artist of the month blog on Natajaq a traditional craftsmanship collaboration between Natalie Evans and Jacqueline Willmington.

This month our artist of the month is Natajaq who are a collaboration between Natalie Evans and Jacqueline Willmington through their shared enthusiasm and interest in traditional craftsmanship and skills, summer craft fairs, wood, colour, nature and interiors. Does creativity run in the family? Tell us about the Natajaq team. It certainly does! I have always loved art and creating – my mother-in-law being the same, we have spent years indulging in creative hobbies. My husband is a joiner and cabinet maker and with his expert skills we have turned our attention to furniture and lighting design. Natajaq lamp What was the inspiration for setting up Natajaq? My husband at the time was doing a lot of work in Oak and Walnut and the waste material is just waste in the manufacturing process – I love all wood and my mother-in-law Jacque (who’s late husband was also a joiner and cabinet maker) feels the same –we just couldn’t bear for this beautiful natural product to go to waste so we designed a range of candlesticks turned from the off-cuts. Jacque and I have always had a shared interest in art and design and furniture and interiors – we both had the time at that time to be a little bit more creative and so Natajaq was borne! What are the influences behind your creations? We both like simple shapes and we love the natural beauty of wood – wood is timeless and so versatile – every home needs beautiful natural wood, in our opinion! Since then we have moved on with some new designs and have focused on the use of plywood which is a man-made product and we have produced a range of contemporary lighting; table and floor lamps – plywood is modern, robust and understated in its beauty in our opinion. doric reading lamp by Natajaq What are the joys/benefits as well as the challenges to working in a small team of two? It’s all joyful – we get to spend quality time together doing something that we enjoy – from conception to production, we finish every product by hand and showcasing our work is always fun and rewarding. There are challenges of course, we are an artisan designer/maker and trying to scale our production is challenging financially. We started the business with a very small investment and have re-invested every penny back in to developing the business and our products. We love working with and supporting other artisans/designers/artists – we believe it’s really important to be inclusive and supportive. We love working with independent retailers too who champion individuality and offer the opportunity to designer/makers to showcase their work presenting something unique to their customers.   Do you listen to music when you are working? If so – who are your favourite bands/singers to have on in the studio? We always have the radio on – I love radio 4 and Radio 6, I also have teenage children and so get to listen to a wide range of their music too! Where’s your favourite place in the South West? I live in Bath and have done for 30 years, Jacque lives in Bath again now and my husband was born in Bath too – I was brought up in Wells and I love it there and Glastonbury and Frome too – Somerset is the best! doric reading lamp by Natajaq What are the processes you use in your craft that people wouldn’t know about? People often are surprised to know that we are using plywood , they love the grain but don’t necessarily know what it is – plywood being a sheet material is ripped into strips and glued together and then turned on a lathe – we then finish them off by hand, sanding and waxing. Discover more about Natajaq on their artist's page.