The week comprised of the return of a best seller, a cluster of new products, you in your EE finery and an arty weekend ahead.....
We buzzed into the new week (and Spring woo hoo!) with a re-design and relaunch of one of our most favey products I'll Have a Bee Please, Bob!
This little worker bee has been bzz-bzz-busy making his honeycomb! Finished with a pair of small golden Citrine gemstones, they look just like pieces of honey. Yums!
I'll Have a Bee Please, Bob! has both geometric cool coupled with a humourous AND Entomological feel - what is not to love!?
We had a SERIOUS sale going on, which was a real hit! We get it, you like a bargain ;) There's still a few beauts left in the regular discount section guys!
Do share your loot pics with us - we love seeing you in EE #eejewellery
Talking of, you've been doing a pretty good job of that already this week. Scher-wing #eejewellery crew!
Christina, designer at geeky fashion brand Interrobangart is creating some great pieces for her etsy store right now, such as this planet print skirt. It had to be paired with I Just Need Some Space, Man, OBVS.
Marie in Birmingham just had to don Perfect Alignment in honour of the cosmic happenings last Friday. The Eclipse! Always a winner, with or without Solar obscuration.
These super sweet night sky elasticated ribbon bracelets will have you locating the constellations in no time.
The gold plated ends fasten with a lobster clasp and are finished with a little brass planet charm, you're all set for a journey around the stars!
We just love things. The collecting on things, is one of life's quirky little pleasures. Curious things, beautifully designed things, odd things, kitsch things, old things - and we know we're not alone. The creative mind is often the 'hoarding' mind...and we're excited to go and see an exhibition all about this at The Barbican. Magnificent Obsessions is a showcase of 14 post war artists own personal collections, including Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol and Peter Blake. The 'magnificent obssessions', that give us a little insight into the inner working of these innovators, include cookie jars, prosthetic glass eyes, miniature elephants, vintage scraves and tribal masks. YAY FOR THINGS!