Susie’s very talented husband Robert, is blacksmith!
What I love most, is the process. Its such a ye oldie profession, with more grunt and strength required than your typical day job! These photos, taken by our friend Shantanu Starick at the The Pixel Trade show the process beautifully!
We just saw these images today, so wrong, but also very funny!
Everingham & Watson are delightful to be involved with the QAG/ GOMA Winter Markets.
Liz worked there for many years, so its always lovely seeing old faces and meeting lots of new ones. While its a winter market, expect lots of colour from E&W + some new and exciting pieces.
The market cooicides with a new exhibition Quilts 1700 – 1945
Explore over 200 years of British quiltmaking. Every stitch tells a story.
Quilts stimulate memories of warmth, comfort and security. They are familiar objects, yet carry a range of hidden histories and untold stories about textiles, women’s creativity and the lives of individuals and families. British quilts were often made for display as much as for use in the bedroom. Whether exchanged as commodities, made in professional workshops or created in the home, they became objects of immense family value, handed down through the generations.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
We just got these stunning primary coloured paring knives in. These little beauties are made in France by Opinel.
In 1890, Joseph Opinel founded his company based on three core values: simplicity, reliability and efficiency. These days, not much has changed.
- Each blade is made from the finest quality, corrosion-resistant stainless steel.
- The blades are sharpened by hand before they leave the Opinel factory.
- Varnished wooden handles are dishwasher friendly.
- Each handle is a different primary colour
- Presented as a set of four knives in an Opinel gift box.
Gorgeous, useful and fun!
E&W are packing up the car and driving down to Sydney for the Finders Keepers Markets. Its our first time showing our wares in Sydney and we can’t wait.
The Sydney Finders Keepers Markets are being re-launched at the Australian Technology Park in Eveleigh! You can read more about how to get there here: http://www.thefinderskeepers.com/sydney_markets.php
WE LOVE DEB! She has done it again with another hilarious spoons classic. This time she takes on Django Django Default.
We haven’t stopped laughing and smiling since we saw this. What a legend!!
E&W Prawn tastic tea towel (Fluro/Neon pink and white on Beige linen) $29
Don’t forget we now offer free shipping for all orders over $100, plus $10 flat rate shipping.
We have been lucky to have had Susie’s brother Andrew (affectionately known by family as Fred) help us make our furniture. Like all young businesses, we like to in source where possible to save costs and we lucky to have some talent in the family! Andrew held true to loving brotherly form and persisted with the misgivings of our original plans to come up with desks and tables that we think are smashing!
Fred made the desks, then we screen printed them. A big thanks to Fred, we love you, and your stuff!
Ps – Fred also makes our Fred Boards!
We will be officially opening our doors for the first time tomorrow!
28 Helen Street, Newstead, Brisbane
Thursdays – 9:30am – 5:00pm
Fridays – 9:30am – 5:oopm
And by appointment!
If you purchase from our website, you can now arrange for collection on Thursdays + Fridays. Enter the coupon code: HELENSTREET when you finalise your purchase to receive free shipping. If you email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know when you plan on picking up, that would be super!