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Will You Be My Bridesmaid Jigsaw

Looking for a fun and unusual "Will you be my bridesmaid?" gift? This vintage style jigsaw puzzle is a great way to ask!Available in lilac, pink and duck egg blue colour ways with co-ordinating gift box and tag.It also works as a wedding announcement to let your bridesmaid know you're engaged, too! The gorgeous gift box has a tag, saying "I was wondering if..." Once opened, your bridesmaids will have a lovely vintage-style jigsaw to put together, ultimately revealing your big question! You…

Tim Gee work comprises of individually thrown vessels using Audrey Blackman porcelain, surfaces are modified using a water etching technique with shellac used as a resist. The surface of the vessel is repeatedly etched until a suitable surface is achieved or the piece falls apart, whichever comes first. Bisque fired to 1000 C, sanded, then glazed and fired to 1300 C in an electric kiln. Interiors are glazed with my own recipe transparent and subtly coloured glazes.

One of a series of views along the Thames, John Virtue’s monochromatic landscape shows the dome of St Paul ’s Cathedral set against a white background. He employs various painting methods, using different tools that include brushes, rollers and spray guns. Diane, a member of staff, said this 'stopped me in my tracks when I saw it displayed in the State Rooms lobby whilst rushing by one day.'

Tim Gee work comprises of individually thrown vessels using Audrey Blackman porcelain, surfaces are modified using a water etching technique with shellac used as a resist. The surface of the vessel is repeatedly etched until a suitable surface is achieved or the piece falls apart, whichever comes first. Bisque fired to 1000 C, sanded, then glazed and fired to 1300 C in an electric kiln. Interiors are glazed with my own recipe transparent and subtly coloured glazes.