Inspiration

You couldn’t imagine a more picture perfect example of rural England than the gardens and pottery workshop at Whichford in Warwickshire. Established in 1976 by Jim and Dominique Keeling, Whichford Pottery is a family run business that employs and trains highly-skilled local craftsmen to make a wide range of terracotta flower pots. Read the rest of this entry »

In honour of our latest Limited edition – the Brighton necklace – we¬† decided to ask its designer – Eleanor Bolton - to give us her top three tips for a day out in the city that inspired the design. Those who are lucky enough to visit the seaside city of Brighton in the UK, should be sure to check out the following…

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My trip to Brimfield Antiques Market reminds me that our generation of designers didn’t invent ombre, we just really like it.

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A commenter on youtube summed up my feelings towards this video when they wrote “that’s so awesome, too bad it’s just a tv ad”. This giant xylophone structure was built in the middle of a forest by Japanese agency Drill Inc. to promote the eco credentials of NTT DoCoMo‘s wood-encased SH-08C phone (below), which is made from trees that have been culled from overgrown forests in Japan.

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