The List #05
Second-hand finds + little life-enhancers from indie brands. This week: tamegroute ceramics, one of my fave French vintage stores + more affordable art
German drip glaze jugs are a cheap style of German ceramics from the ‘60s which make for great small vases. This one is a tenner and this one is £12.99 as is this one which has a cute little ruffly top. Fancier curators will try their luck, but do not pay more than £20. I love them as an earthier alternative to the delicate bud vase.
Iota Edit Continuing on the affordable art tour: Iota Edit, a charming little London studio which gathers artists I’ve never heard of, for really decent prices, who never seemed to be stocked elsewhere (a real skill when you consider the amount of internet curators now). This series by Glasgow based artist Kirsty Lackie is gorgeous.
Rococo Vintage is one of my fave vintage e-stores, especially good for leather pieces. I got a great cinched zebra print jacket from here once and a leather Escada blazer, both for under £60. It’s based in France, but the shipping to the UK is reasonable.
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