|This time, Finel and Krenit bowls stole the show.|
Sunday, May 17th saw us trading at the recent Midcentury East Show hosted by Modern Shows at Erno Goldfinger's School.
I've never met enamelheads/enamel converts before who literally couldn't face leaving our stall for fear of going home with a negative bank balance. (Well, thank you folks!) for purchasing our items first. This is not to brag about how well we've done selling our stuff. It's more to state my personal satisfaction in seeing buyers buy their items because they love what they see. I'm happy to be told that they've searched high and low in the UK for quality pieces and found them in my stall.
For those who missed us, we'll be back at Haggerston in October and Dulwich in November.
So plenty of time to plan and save up. (Our website will be updated too so you can directly purchase our enamelware from there. Don't forget, we ship worldwide).
One last thing. The danger of trading in a high-calibre Midcentury Modern Show is that you never really get to keep your sales. I blame this wonderful piece below.
|Sir Terence Conran's shelves now finally in our home.|
Have a lovely week, my friends.