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    Viva Frida!


    Frida Kahlo is a perpetual source of inspiration for us all at Team Tatty. She was the ultimate feminist and her incredible work defied convention – so it was inevitable that one day Rosie and Harriet would immortalise her into a piece of jewellery! Since her debut in our SS12 collection, over the years we’ve … Read more

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    Kristabel’s Tatty Treasures


    There’s one blogger we look to again and again to see how she wears our jewellery – that’s Kristabel from I Want You To Know. Her Tatty Devine collection is beautifully curated and we LOVE how she reworks her favourite pieces, creating fun and fresh looks. We caught up with Kristabel to chat about her style, shopping independent and to … Read more

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    Spooktacular NEW Jewellery


    Boo! Spooky season is creeping upon us, so we’re trick-or-treating you to frightfully fabulous new jewellery guaranteed to make you the queen of Halloween… Take off into the night with the Twilight Bat Necklace. Studded with iridescent Swarovski crystal stars, this darkly divine necklace will sparkle in the moonlight. Dipped in blood-red resin, the frightfully … Read more

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    New Jewellery Making Workshops!


    Hello, I’m Charlotte! You may have met me propping up the till or leading jewellery making classes at our Brick Lane store. I’m the Workshop and Events Executive and Sales Advisor at Team Tatty, but when I’m not buffing perspex and counting crystals, I enjoy playing Dungeons and Dragons (badly) and matcha lattes from our … Read more

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    Join the Space Race!


    Calling all space cadets – our NEW Cosmic Galaxy collection has landed!  Ready to add extra sparkle to your solar system? Discover extraterrestrial accessories that will leave you starry-eyed… Embark on an intergalactic adventure with the Galaxy Starship Necklace – this rocket was made to shimmer on metallic tees! Look out of this world in … Read more

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