British handmade designers I met

Saturday it’s market day. A day where you find pleasure in discovering new designs and unique jewellery peaces…and ending the day with a great wine and tasty burrito. Anyway, this post it’s not about the markets, it’s more about handmade artists and their displays. Last Saturday, on a sunny and hot day, I went to Spitalfields Market where I came across few super interesting booths and I was so glad that the girls were very nice and allowed me to take few pics.  As you noticed, they all look different and they are so unique in their own way.  I invite you to pay them a visit not just on their website but at the market and chat with them. They are so nice and they will tell you so many things about their little peaces of art.

So, meet SAINTS OD BOHEMIA. Their display was clever chosen to match the raw finish of the jewelleries.  The metal and the wood will always go well together and offset each other.  A very well done matching tone and textures. The booth definitely stands out and in fact it was easy to look at each peace, although, they had a quite lots displayed. Well done!

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Next, is Daisy Cooper . Her slogan is: Inspired by Wilderness… and you can see that in the full collection of ceramics. I love the colour shades, the textures and the way she arranged them using natural materials. Some of her items can be used as food and jewellery display, as shown above. Her logo and business card is brilliant. Congrats to Daisy!

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And now let me introduce you to Lucie Ellen for those who love simple geometric shapes in different colours and multiple illustrations. This accessories are full of joy and fun. They have a optimistic vibe and, because of their simplicity, can be combine with lots of types of outfits. If I would have to wear them, I would get an asymmetrical gray/back long dress or a simple long shirt. Love them!

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Last one, Little Smith, had the most elaborated booth. Using ropes and fabrics, combined with greenery and vintage items. It looked so natural and crazy ( in a good way). Each corner was well arranged and the entire design highlighted the uniqueness of each item. You should definitely check their website – its brilliant. He is super talented and  they do care a lot for their image. It’s worth pay them a visit.

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Hope I aroused your interest in visiting the Spitalfield Market and if you will see one of this beautiful artists, please say hello and try to interact with them.

Have a lovely Monday !

Ella

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