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Hidden Discovery

25th April 2011

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There seem to be a lot of vintage-antique related posts in the past week and there more to come, you’re more than welcome to escape to an emergency fire exit >>>

You may have noticed I haven’t been posting about my finds on press days, I feel that there’s enough online coverage by bloggers whose have recently attended so as for me I’m just a lazy blogger.  I broke my laziness spell when I attended Sagen Jewellery press day at the Soho’s Secret Tea Room above Coach and Horse’s pub, the very same pub where Jen of The Style Crusader had her farewell drinks I had absolutely no idea there were vintage tea rooms upstairs.  There was this sense of post-war atmospheric mood when I entered the room, there’s antique furnishing, old paintings on the wall and a sound of static but clear classic jazz music from a vintage vinyl record player.  In the middle of the room is a dinning table laid out with old porcelain plates, cups, pots and cake stands covered with Sagen Jewellery – earrings, necklaces, bracelets made from discarded china and porcelain mounted onto silver.  Each of the piece of fragment reveals some emotional link they form with the memory of warmth with shared family meals, ‘They remind me of Sunday dinners at my Grandmother’s house’.  If I were to have my heavy stained porcelain tea cup made into a necklace piece for my mother’s birthday, the piece would remind her daughter is a tea addict.

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16 Comments

  • Reply PinkBow 25th April 2011 at 20:07

    Thanks so much for sharing this, I’ll definitely bookmark for my next London trip.

  • Reply Kitty Mitty 25th April 2011 at 23:35

    Love how you would use a discarded porcelain and turn into a sentimental accessory.

  • Reply Jam 25th April 2011 at 23:35

    Great post.

  • Reply Taipei Barbie 25th April 2011 at 23:36

    This is a genius idea.

  • Reply Vanilla Ice Cream 25th April 2011 at 23:36

    I love the tea pot and cup on the table 😛

  • Reply Deela Style 26th April 2011 at 00:47

    What a pretty table setting.

  • Reply fei yi 26th April 2011 at 00:49

    Wow you’re a coffeine addict, can’t imagine what’s your inner tea cup would look with it’s heavy yellow and brown stain :S

    • Reply Kit @ Style Slicker 26th April 2011 at 00:58

      @Fei-Yi – I’ve been an avid tea drinker since I was allowed to drink caffein at 14 for 15 years, tea keeps me sane without it I’ll go into insanity like your’d never seen before. Drinking water is a rarity for me.

  • Reply Dan 26th April 2011 at 08:07

    I really love those teacups. There aren’t enough tea houses in the world, in my opinion.

  • Reply KPT 26th April 2011 at 10:00

    They are pretty.

  • Reply Blurry 26th April 2011 at 11:14

    Lovely jewellery post.

  • Reply Jewellery Channel 26th April 2011 at 12:07

    Great post..Lovely pics!!

  • Reply heather 26th April 2011 at 12:31

    Wow you’re a heavy tea drinker, I’m much worst than you I’m addicted to espresso.

  • Reply Candice 26th April 2011 at 13:07

    The pub has secret rooms, rooms of the secret past (ok I’m weird). Nice find.

  • Reply Rainbow Kid 26th April 2011 at 13:09

    Lovely discovery.

  • Reply Winnie 26th April 2011 at 13:26

    Ah I so love how they’ve displayed the jewellery. I keep some of my earrings in the saucer of a teacup candle (I really need to get rid of the candle so I can use the cup too!).

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