Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the Tatty Devine workshop at the Southbank Centre. For 2 hours, Harriet Vine, Tatty Devine co-founder and creative director, showed us the tricks behind making the classic bunting necklace and we got to make one with our own choice of colours! You will discover mine in a future post 🙂 While sipping some wine and getting our hands dirty, we got to hear more about how their jewellery is made, how the Tatty Devine adventure all started and got to chat more about Harriet and Rosie’s latest collaborations and inspirations. If you don’t know Tatty Devine yet, you will find below a bit more information about the brand and if you want to know more you can always check Tatty Devine‘s website. Tatty Devine is a British jewellery brand that started in 1999 after Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden finished their art school degree.
They are mostly famous for their perspex jewellery and especially the ‘Name’ necklace which you can personalise (check here), but they also work with other materials like wood, leather, etc. Harriet and Rosie get their inspiration from lots of different sources: art, fashion, design and music among others, and you can really see that transpiring through their designs, which are fun and quirky! Worth mentioning that all their creations are handmade in the UK!
Harriet is a lovely and really enthusiastic person 🙂 I had a great evening and very much enjoyed making my necklace! Tatty Devine is regularly organising jewellery-making workshops so keep an eye on the ‘Events’ section of their website if you are interested. Did you know Tatty Devine? Do you like Harriet and Rosie’s creations?