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Parcelling up work for Galanthus

Phew, it’s been a busy few days in the studio … it’s strange to think that I’ve been back from Scotland for a week and I’m already back into working like I hadn’t been away …

I’ve made up a parcel of work for Galanthus Gallery, they’re putting Flotsam into their Autumn stock alongside some of their other really wonderful designers:

Annie Cracknell has a lovely, almost mathematical approach to the structures that she makes out of hand cut stones and precious metals. Some of her pieces are downright architectural while other have a lovely simple structure.

Then there’s Suzanne Smith who’s beautifully detailed designs are inspired by vintage materials and the natural world. There’s a great feel of romance to them, like they’re Victorian relics to be treasured.

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