Not Lost But Found

Found Gallery Winter 2020

I’m glad to announce that I’ll be exhibiting again at the Found Gallery in Dunbar this winter and have just packed up and dispatched a few pieces from my LTD collection.

The LTD collection was started in Lockdown and consists of one off pieces which are all unique. The Dandelion Pendants were requested, so all three designs have gone from my online shop and will be on sale at the gallery, along with a selection of earrings also from the collection.

Dandelion Pendant made from a recycled antique sterling silver teaspoon
Dandelion Pendant made from a recycled antique sterling silver teaspoon
Dandelion Pendant made from a recycled antique sterling silver teaspoon

The earrings I have sent down are the 4 pairs of unique stem studs:

Stems studs made from antique silver teaspoons

Along with these are some new Molten Studs. I say new, but they were made in Lockdown, hallmarked at the time, but never photographed and added to the website.

They are available in large and small with either a frosted or mirror finish. I will try and add them to my website shop soon in the run up to Christmas.

I hope if you’re in Dunbar that you’ll visit the gallery as it’s lovely and the selection of work they have on sale is astounding. The last time I visited, I pondered over purchases and ended up popping back twice on the same day.

So whether it’s artwork, jewellery, ceramics, handmade decorations or that unique gift that you’ll struggle to keep a secret until the big day, Found will help you find what you’re looking for. The Winter Show opens on Saturday 7th November.

New for this year

This year there will also be the opportunity of a virtual tour of Found, and they will be launching a click and collect gift wrap service. If you’d prefer to shop from home, there will be a selection of work available through their online shop and they will also be offering private in-store shopping appointments.

Visit: www.thefoundgallery.co.uk

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