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Jewellery with a hint of curiosity

Helen Andrews, founder of White Rabbit Days, talked about the jewellery she makes.

She says she has always been fascinated by the shiny, decorative elements and frustrated at not having full access to that world of metal and gems.

Andrews says she makes jewellery according to demand.

Asked about how the name White Rabbit Days came about she said it is from the way she would explore a new city with friends on her travels.

“It was through following the rabbit in a fluid way. This sense of fearless adventure is at the heart of White Rabbit Days.”

Andrews said she gets bored easily.

“Curiosity has always driven me, that is how I create the jewellery I make.”

She started making lace earrings as a sideline while freelancing as a graphic designer.

To get the beautifully hand crafted jewellery visit http://whiterabbitdays.com

Listen: Helen Andrews, founder of White Rabbit Days, talked about the jewellery she makes.


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