Hi JaneI love all your ceramics and prints. There is something very magical about that time. I know your stuff is really popular anyway but I think there will be a big resurgance of interest in the 50s etc as something has to give on the shabby chic front. I think they are all rosed out! The recession will make people more nostalgic so it will be interesting to see if more people hark back to their childhood for comfort. Saw your stuff at Anna Tilson's workshop. It was lovely as usual. I bought a very nice flower corsage that everyone admires. I love Emma Herian corsages too. Anyway, have a good weekend. Love Emma (different one!)
Lovely selection. I have the Conran plate, one of my very first vintage ceramic purchases. There was a lovely junk shop I passed on the way home from school and a huge pile of these plates of all sizes for £1 (the lot!). Being a school girl with a badly paid saturday job at the time, I only had 10p so just bought one! One of my faves still. The owner of the shop was lovely and when we were chatting he found out I liked old magazines so the next time I was there he gave me a stack of 1940s good housekeeping magazines that were his mums.
jane,congratulations on your gorgeous looking new blog.I think your work is very cool...I totally understand where you are coming from inspiration wise.I have a small independent children's wear label named sean-the-prawn and i'm in the process of opening a shop with three other edgy designers. I would love to stock some of your screen prints and ceramics...what kind of arangement do you have with the other stores that stock you. We are situated just north of Sydney and will also be selling from an online shop. Are you at all interested/Leah. B.
love love love those cannisters.
Still regret not buying a little teacup with the same design as those canisters of yours. Gorgeous collection.
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