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Stampel for Dagmar Rousset


16th July, 2013
Lucy Feagins
Tuesday 16th July 2013

 New hand painted accessories by Andrea Shaw of Stampel, created exclusively for fabulous Fitzroy store, Dagmar Rousset.

A QUICKIE but a goodie today.  We could not resist sharing these super cute and slightly MAD accessories by local designer Andrea Shaw of Stampel, created exclusively for fabulous Fitzroy store, Dagmar Rousset.

Andrea is known for her quirky handpainted timber creations (you might have spotted her fabulous handmade timber jewellery hangers at our Open House events last year and the year before), and these new earrings and necklaces are such a riot of colour and sweet handpainted pattern, I just had to give them a little moment of TDF love. :)

'I really enjoy making small collections from time to time, it allows me to feel a little less like a factory and allows for more creativity and play' explains Andrea, when asked how this series came about. 'Julia Pound from Dagmar Rousset is a dream to work with, and her store is a reflection of her own creativity and keen eye. It's an honour to be asked to do little collections for her! She trusts the designers and artists she brings into store to do something that is an expression of their own, never controlling the process at all. She has total faith, which is just great'.

I must admit an ulterior motive.  I am also OBSESSED with the handpainted timber blocks Andrea has made to display her accessories in store. Alledgedly, the timber blocks are not for sale.  But I figured if I posted these pics of them, she might be inundated with enquiries, and would be FORCED to start selling them.  Fingers crossed!

 New accessories by Andrea Shaw of Stampel, created exclusively for fabulous Fitzroy store, Dagmar Rousset.

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