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Behind the scenes at Tatty Devine

In February, Emerald Street's editor, Anna Fielding, was invited to visit the East London workshop of revered jewellery brand, Tatty Devine, where she went behind the scenes and selected eight pieces of jewellery from the brand new Classic, Acid Cherry Blossom and Bespoke collections. These pieces will be exclusively available to purchase by Emerald Street readers between 3-9 April. Plus, you will be able to get an exclusive 20% off personalised Name Necklace order and invest in a piece designed by Anna herself just for Emerald Street. Go to tattydevine.com/emerald-street to shop.

Take a look at Anna's time at the Tatty Devine workshop in the gallery below:

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