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"Stunningly unique wearable art" - VOGUE Magazine

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A peek into the home studio...

Emily works from home in her upstairs studio with stunning views looking over the West Allen Valley.

The Clay Station ~ using a pasta machine, tissue blades, tools and cutters Emily works her magic on a white granite surface. Here she conditions the clay, rolls, sculpts and slices to create the intricate and unique designs that go into each piece of Supremily Jewellery.

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The pasta machine... lots of elbow grease goes into cranking that handle to condition the clay!

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Sculpting a pebble pendant base, smoothed with fingers and textured with the Supremily signature stamp.

Sculpting a blended purple flower, now ready to be packed and rolled.

Multi tasking! Three necklaces are being made, each bead made by hand.

 

 

The Glue Station ~ a space used for the glueing of stud earrings, brooches and rings. Wearing a protective mask with special carbon filters, Emily carefully glues each tiny piece using a special industrial strength glue. This glue takes 72 hours to fully cure, meaning there will be different amounts of studs curing at different stages!

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The Findings Station ~ for stringing beads, twisting and filing wire, attaching clasps and making ear wires. It's important to stay as organised as possible when working with so many tiny parts!

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The Photography Station ~ for taking product shots for the website. A  mini home photography studio!

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The Office ~ for editing photos, writing emails, invoices, ordering stock, managing accounts and applying for festivals!! Also for working on this website, running 5 online shops and 3 websites!

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