So much of what I do here at Bloodworth Bellamy is about presenting carefully selected objects and I get so swept up in presentation and I forget that not everyone knows the history of the objects in the shop. Part of what I enjoy when I am sourcing is hearing the history behind an item and if it remains anonymous a few handy internet searches can often provide information on the maker, when it was made and for what reason. If I genuinely don’t know a thing about the object I’ll confess.

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