We’re delighted to give you an exclusive, behind the scenes look at the making of the Tatty Devine ‘Love’ necklace…
Tatty Devine creates original designs from scratch, almost all of their jewellery is made by hand in their workshops and they stick to their principles of keeping production in the UK. You can see here just how much detail goes into making each necklace, from choosing the separate shapes and assembling them by hand to match the diagram through to removing the protective coverings and revealing the final piece. We especially like the big, yellow pot of ‘Magic Glue’.
Harriet Vine from Tatty Devine created this necklace as her response to ‘London = …?’. It’s inspired by “Hyde park, RCA and the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band”.
Tatty Devine creates jewellery that blurs the boundaries between art, fashion and culture. They create original designs from scratch, almost all of their jewellery is made by hand in Tatty Devine’s own workshops and they stick to their principles of keeping production in the UK. Their standout designs are all about expressing yourself in a fun and distinctive way. Harriet Vine met Rosie Wolfenden at the Chelsea School Of Art, they founded Tatty Devine in 1999. They were soon selling out every week at Portobello and Spitalfields, and Vogue shot their first collection for their Millennium issue. This year they were awarded MBEs for services to the fashion industry.