Fans of history glitter, this is your moment! We’re celebrating International Museum Day this year with a trip down memory lane to our fave museum moments past and present with a nod to an exciting NEW collaboration, coming very soon…
Tatty Devine X Chawton House
Janeites rejoice! Earlier this month, we released our long awaited collaboration: Tatty Devine X Chawton House: celebrating the home to early women’s writing and mecca for fans of Jane Austen. Society pages are all of a-flutter over the fluffy hand inked plummage of the Chawton House Quill Necklace and whimsical Pride and Prejudice Book Pendant. Discover the full collection here.
Our Very Own Tatty Devine Exhibition!
Next stop: Hove! Toast over 20 years of original art jewellery design in our touring Crafts Council exhibition, Misshapes: The Making of Tatty Devine, now on at Hove Museum and Art Gallery. Featuring over 100 pieces from the last 20 years, feast your eyes on early leather accessories, elaborate limited edition jewellery, GIANT versions of classic designs, carefully curated ephemera, sketchbooks, and two new films. 👀
Can’t make it IRL? Explore the power of creativity, innovative British design, and female friendship in our book, MISSHAPES: The Making Of Tatty Devine now and drop hints for our celebratory Misshapes birthday collection right this way.
Jewellery Making Workshops
Calling creatives Sussex-based and beyond! We’ve just released two jewellery making workshops for June and by Hove, we think you’re going to love them… Embrace your inner jewellery designer and learn how to make your very own classic Tatty Devine Bunting Necklace in a choice of two sizes at Hove Museum and Art Gallery, home to our touring Misshapes: The Making of Tatty Devine exhibition. Tickets are very limited, book now!
Way Back When...
From shooting on location in Boscastle’s Museum of Witchcraft to trainspotting with the London Transport Museum and drawing inspiration from the Museum of London’s unparalleled collection of suffragette memorabilia, our laser cut jewellery has played a vital role in celebrating incredible cultural spaces worldwide. Partial to a tipple? Our witty enamel Gin Brooch has lofty beginnings: first appearing as part of a capsule collection we designed in 2008 with San Francisco’s de Young Museum to celebrate their Gilbert & George exhibition. S(l)ip into something more comfortable and shop classic Tatty Devine designs here.
Take Tatty Devine Home With You
More is more? Maximalists can indulge in Tatty Devine jewellery from our carefully curated selection of stockists: from the V&A to the Vagina Museum, Sir John Soane’s Museum and even surreal, exclusive lobsters made just for Tate's Surrealism Beyond Borders exhibition!
Promenade into festival season with nods to 19th Century design faves and witty creatures straight from the waves… Think 🌊, 🦜 and 🌻.