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How to Make Jewellery With Tatty Devine

by Rosie Wolfenden , Harriet Vine

Published by Virgin Books

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EAN: 9780753540121
Published: 6 Oct 2011

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Tatty Devine are the cult jewellery brand of this generation. Named one of the top 50 coolest brands in the world by Dazed and Confused, their pieces are individual, brim with personality, and are the most covetable accessories around. Within three months of making their first piece in a tiny studio off Brick Lane in 1999, Tatty Devine's founders, Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden, had Harvey Nichols and Browns stocking their fledgling line, and Vogue shooting their first collection.

In How To Make Jewellery With Tatty Devine, Harriet and Rosie bring their decade-plus experience of accessory-making to the page, with a quirky, creative guide to making your own stunning jewellery. The book includes basic techniques for making your own rings, necklaces, earrings, cuffs and more, as well as various pieces for you to make, created by Tatty Devine.

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Rosie Wolfenden

Harriet and Rosie met at Chelsea School of Art. After finding some bags of leather on the street in 1999, the pair made some wrist cuffs which they sold at Portobello and Spitalfields markets, which sold out every week. From street markets to Harvey Nichols and Selfridges within months, their story is one of rapid and continued success. Their original shop on Brick Lane still flourishes, and they opened a second store in Covent Garden in 2009.

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Harriet Vine

Harriet and Rosie met at Chelsea School of Art. After finding some bags of leather on the street in 1999, the pair made some wrist cuffs which they sold at Portobello and Spitalfields markets, which sold out every week. From street markets to Harvey Nichols and Selfridges within months, their story is one of rapid and continued success. Their original shop on Brick Lane still flourishes, and they opened a second store in Covent Garden in 2009.

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