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Marking the 20th anniversary of the iconic British jewellery brand, The Wilson Art Gallery’s latest exhibition celebrates the history of Tatty Devine, a brand known for its fun acrylic jewellery.
Taking place from Saturday 7 September 2019 through to Sunday 3 November 2019, Misshapes: The Making of Tatty Devine, showcases sketchbooks, photos, flyers, and jewellery from the now renowned fashion brand. Plus, two newly commissioned films will bring the story of Tatty Devine to life.
Launched by Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden after graduating the Chelsea College of Art, the brand was at the forefront of laser-cut jewellery in 1999. To this day, Tatty Devine’s jewellery is still hand made in the UK, creating bold statement pieces – many of which will be available to purchase in The Wilson shop.
For more information, visit cheltenhammuseum.org.uk directly.
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