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Little Treasure Medium Framed Assemblage by Linda Lovatt

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Little Treasure Medium Framed Assemblage by Linda Lovatt

£159.99

Little Treasure Medium Framed Assemblage by Linda Lovatt

This beautiful assemblage by Linda Lovatt has a little turquoise copper bird, sitting with its nest which has a precious egg inside. Below it are the words 'little treasure'. Linda's quirky pieces are handmade using copper and brass sheet, broken bits of pottery, beads, buttons and anything pretty. The copper is aged with chemicals to give it the beautiful verdigris colour.

Each one of these assemblages is a one-off, as Linda uses different treasures to make each one. Please note, the piece you will receive may differ slightly to the picture, but will be just as wonderful!

A fantastic and unusual gift, this piece comes in a white-washed box frame and would look wonderful on any wall or stood on a mantel piece.

Materials: copper, ceramic, beads, wire, glass

Size: W: 23.5cm; H: 28.5cm; D: 3.5cm

About Linda Lovatt

Linda trained as an illustrator and, coming from a family of engineers, has a passion for metal working. This, together with her love of early Folk Art and French automata inspired her collection of jewellery and assemblage, which are made with soldered copper, chemical verdigris and fragments of the past.

Linda's garden provides a rich source of inspiration as well as finds such as broken pottery for her illustrative and quirky creations, complemented by pretty chipped cups, lonely saucers and redundant keys from antique and second hand shops. Her pieces have an intricate, fairytale feel and each is entirely unique.

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