Tatty Devine jewellery-making workshops at the London Summer Event Show

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Tatty Devine will be running its jewellery-making workshops as a feature of the London Summer Event Show at Merchant Taylors’ Hall, which takes place from 19-20 January 2016.

Founded in 1999 by Harriet Vine MBE and Rosie Wolfenden MBE, Tatty Devine is an independent British jewellery brand, designing and making original jewellery by hand in its London and Kent studios. The company’s standout designs blur the boundaries between art, fashion and culture.

Sarah Kay, Managing Director of exhibition organiser Story Events, comments: “Having Tatty Devine onboard for the 2016 event is such an exciting prospect for us. We have long admired how they push the boundaries and promote expression in a fun and distinctive way. This goes hand in hand with Story Events’ ethos of thinking outside the box and creating a fun and unique exhibition space for our clients.”

The partnership with the London Summer Event Show will see Tatty Devine offering the events industry a flavour of its jewellery-making workshop experience. Attendees to the exhibition, made up of corporate event buyers and event agents, will be given the opportunity to make and take home their own unique bunting necklace in one of the complimentary workshops.

Rosie Wolfenden, Co-Founder of Tatty Devine, comments: “We can’t wait to launch our colourful jewellery-making workshops at this year’s London Summer Event Show. We love working with other creative companies, so partnering with Story Events to bring our fun workshop experience to their show seemed like the perfect fit!”

Tickets to the London Summer Event Show are available for free now at londonsummereventshow.com. If you register via PA Life and insert the letters “PA” after your surname, you could be in with a chance of winning a bottle of Lanson Champagne to help toast the Christmas Season!

 

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