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    I was not too sure about ‘Collect‘ at Spitalfields, but today I took time out to visit week one of the Goldsmiths’ fair. Plenty there to emulate and aspire to and proof that our top crafts people are alive and well. As often happens, my eye was caught by something quirky: the ultimate hygiene accessory, your own personal silver drinking straw, complete with the corrugated bit. A snip at £90. Dennis.

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    My tutor is showing at the Goldsmiths’ fair

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    Lucky you to have a prestigious tutor. If they showed in week one, I can look them up in my catalogue. What is their name?
    Kind regards, Dennis.

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    I enjoyed Goldsmiths but I thought Origin was better as the work was more contemporary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Lucky you to have a prestigious tutor. If they showed in week one, I can look them up in my catalogue. What is their name?
    Kind regards, Dennis.
    He's showing in week 2 Dennis, Edward Mahony, and his wife showed at Origin - Carol Meng-Yi Yeh

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    Quote Originally Posted by FacetNation View Post
    that is the height of extravagance dennis!
    Yes, I think you would be better putting the money towards a goat, or two, for someone in Africa.
    Wheely, I don't usually go to week two as I come out feeling as if I have had too many cream cakes.
    Carole, did you see a show as well?
    Kind regards, Dennis.

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    I went yesterday and left feeling equally awe-struck and depressed at the quality of workmanship!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Yes, I think you would be better putting the money towards a goat, or two, for someone in Africa.
    Wheely, I don't usually go to week two as I come out feeling as if I have had too many cream cakes.
    Carole, did you see a show as well?
    Kind regards, Dennis.
    Yes, we saw Legally Blonde which was fantastic! We were very near the front so saw all the facial expressions, which made it even better.

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    Glad you had a successful day.

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