28 September 2010

New RUST jewelleries!

long time no virtual see!
I have been uber busy these last few days, trying to get all those things done that have been on the waiting list for months. Finally I have uploaded some new stock to our RUST online jewellery shop! Ho-bloody-rray!

It takes so long to get the pictures right and measure everything and think of some descriptions, i have to say that I usually put it off because of this, and then the items sell out in our workshop before I had a chance to sell them online. Which is good, but as we don't keep any stock, means I have to make a replacement pretty sharpish!

anyway, the items I have uploaded are quite simple designs but seems to be the kind of thing that everyone likes to wear and we sell out of quickly, so hope you all like. There shall be a few more vintage lockets appearing soon too!





when we were buying old plates in the market to use at our wedding, we found a stash under a table, all grubby and such. We snapped them up immediately, and when on the bus back to the workshop, i found an amazing tiny lace flower shape in the bottom of the box. I though it might make a useful jewellery component so we casted a mould, and now we have gold and silver ones! So you see there is a very valid/work related reason for going to the markets y'know!


I'm pretty chuffed with our new stones too, 100% natural colour {which is getting to be quite hard to find these days sadly they are all heat treated} such beautiful watery pale colours and some that are good enough to eat!


an some Liberty print too of course...



we only have one pair of vintage scissors, so if you want, then you must be quick!


I still have lots of stories to blog about which I haven't had time to, like our trip to the Transport Museum! {um, yes we are THAT nerdy} see you soon X

17 comments:

  1. very most likely that i cannot afford such luxuries but i couldn't see the scissors in the shop, how much are they, are they a snip? {ahem} and do you still have them?

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  2. Simply gorgeous Artemis ;0)

    Do you do a plain version of the large oval locket? It's beautiful, although the unusual shaped one is quite special too,

    Emma x

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  3. Simply gorgeous Artemis ;0)

    Do you do a plain version of the large oval locket? It's beautiful, although the unusual shaped one is quite special too,

    Emma x

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  4. Simply gorgeous Artemis ;0)

    Do you do a plain version of the large oval locket? It's beautiful, although the unusual shaped one is quite special too,

    Emma x

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  5. Beatiful jewellery and great fotos. I realy like it ♥♥♥

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  6. Oh lordy would you look at the teeny scissors!

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  7. Wow! It all looks beautiful!

    I personally see nothing wrong with a bit of nerdyness myself - i've been to the transport museum and a very jolly and interesting day it was too! Nerds all the way I say!

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  8. Anonymous28.9.10

    I should digg your post so other folks are able to look at it, really helpful, I had a tough time finding the results searching on the web, thanks.

    - Murk

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  9. so so so beautiful. i love the colorless look, too.

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  10. I have a double lace flower just like that that my great granny made, I'm hoping to wear it to my wedding soon. they are so pretty!

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  11. Hello :-) bracelet was a success at fridays party. Got loads of people asking... even my boss ! So I shall circulate these in case anyone needs to begin saving up for Xmas, bdays, etc. Thnx as always for making another friends day. Xx

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  12. Pretty pretty! Especially love the leaping hare/rabbit.

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  13. Beautiful...as always!!

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  14. Stunningly beautiful pieces and gorgeous photos.

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  15. Oh, Artemis, these are BEAUTIFUL! I would love love love the rabbit pendent... and the pearl earrings... ohhh!

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  16. ooooh Artemis and Neo... as always your jewellery is breath-taking...I'm going to have to start saving to get a wee special something shipped to nz! :)
    We were lucky enough to take our 8 year old to your side of the world just recently...and a highlight was the Transport museum!!! wow! the displays were amazing and all the vintage posters..very cool! It was so great to see all the interactive activities we could have stayed longer but our tummies were making more noises than some of the exhibits!!
    thanks always for your amazing posts

    arohanui xx (NZ nerds)

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  17. Anonymous17.10.10

    great post thanks

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