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Yesterday was a good day. #womensmarchlondon

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New editions – Lenny and Charms, reposted from @lizzy_kellypr He’s so gorgeous!!!

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New Lenny the #leopard #charm for @lizzy_kellypr and Dean. #giantcharmbracelet #charmbracelet #ceramics

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Time to dust the studio me thinks #tidystudiotidymind

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Late night working with some new colours #glazetests #ceramics

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Alternative hanging of a #giantcharmbracelet – regram from @jamesleeduffy Like it! #ceramics #charms #charmbracelet #bespoke

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Nearly there… before the glaze

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Work in progress #leopard #commission #ceramics #giantcharmbracelet

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Back to work. Only commissioned for one of these, but wasn’t sure how I was going to handle the decoration…. and I got carried away… #backfrommaternityleave #giantjewellery #giant #charm #charmbracelet #charminglife #ceramics #commission #leopard

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I ❤️ my #span #ericlyons #SpanHousing #architecture #designforliving #1968 Having worked for Walter Gropius and Maxwell Fry, Eric Lyons (1912-1980) co-founded the development company Span in 1948, along with Geoffrey Townsend and Leslie Bilsby. Lyons’s Span houses are all about space and light, and blurring the edges between outside and indoor space. He paid great attention to the surrounding landscape, designing and building properties around existing splendid mature trees and creating communal areas that encourage residents to mix. An early Span publication summarises the origin of the name: “It spans the gap between the suburban monotony of the typical ‘spec building’ and the architecturally designed individually built residence.” Eric Lyons was appointed President of the RIBA in the 1970s.

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