A diving friend asked Adolf to create something unique for his mask handle. Here at Seba Silver we love a challenge, below are some photos of the process and finished piece. The central D is for Dino – our customer, he was stunned by the beauty of the finished piece that was beyond what he ever imagined.
6ish months ago when we were catching up with some friends in Twizel, New Zealand conversation drifted to how irregularly we take photos and a challenge was set; ‘Let’s take a photo a day for the next 6 months’. That’s a lot of photos!
I started off with such good intentions, this is the photo that I took that February day;
It has been an interesting and fun challenge, making me look at my days a little differently. Of course I have missed a lot of days, or taken a lot of photos on some of the days, and it is really nice to have some photos to look back on. Time goes so fast, it is nice to stop and capture a wee moment of it, I have added 1 photo from each of the months below. Hope you enjoy them,
The majority of the photos that I took in June, July & August were ‘work’ photos, the challenge with these has been learning how to catch our jewellery in the right light and setting. I discovered the neighbours window makes a good prop for taking photos of earrrings.
What do you like taking photos of and when was the last time you used your camera?
Last week we received an email asking for a pair of earrings from our facebook page for a 40th birthday present…… The original pair were purchased as a birthday present by a customer here in our Korcula store, Seba Dizajn. With pleasure we set to making a new pair, here are some of the photos we took to illustrate the making of the birthday earrings.
We are happy to offer a photographic journey of your jewellery being made when you place a bespoke order with us, please email us at email@example.com if you would like to enquire about a bespoke piece for yourself or as an extra special gift.
You can read one of our customer reviews about our bespoke service here.
We look forward to hearing from you, regards, Ruth & Doka.
About 4 months ago I signed up for Nikki Pilkington’s 30 Day Blog Challenge, as a complete novice and new comer to blogging and Social Media. I found the challenge an excellent resource and introduction to blogging.
The support and advice from fellow bloggers and facebook users is something I have written about in a previous posts, (A Vote of Thanks). It is fantatic to have an on-line group who will answer my silliest questions without me feeling silly!
Via the 30 Day Challenge group set up by Nikki, I have ‘met’ Helen Bogun who runs Helz-Design, a graphic design company based in Berlin, http://helz-design.de for our German friends. Recently I asked Helen if she would be able to design something for our Christmas website…
we LOVE it. Look at all the work that went into cutting around the details in our filigree jewellery. A stunning tree and lovely bit of graphic design from Helen. We will be visiting family in Berlin in February and look forward to meeting Helen as well, our first live social media meeting, fun!
Working with Helen was so easy, she gave me an idea of when the work would be ready, answered all my emails very promptly and the work was ready on time and very reasonably priced. What more could we want from people we are working with? If you’re looking for a graphic designer and unsure where to start I would like to take this chance to recommend Helz-Design, drop her an email; firstname.lastname@example.org I know she would love to hear from you and help you with your project.
Wow, I really am the luckiest girl in town – this morning as I sleept Doka snuck out to the shop for some supplies and I awoke to him making breakfast. Fantastic way to start the day, as I sipped my coffee breakfast was prepared for me, this is the life! After 14 hour days at Seba Dizajn during the summer season we are now both enjoying a little lounging time.
Here’s what we had for breakfast;
these delicious wee parcels of goodness are great served with ….. CHEESE, our cheese of choice this morning was feta cheese, and a dollop of avjar – a Croatian staple made from capsicums, aubergienes, garlic and spices.
What’s your favourite breakfast? Leave your favourite foods to start the day below.