Marley & Lockyer Autumn/Winter Photo Shoot…peek!

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Preparations are well underway for the upcoming Sydney Finders Keepers Markets on the 31st May/1st June, and even though I should be doing nothing but making for this event right now, I made some time to do a photo shoot of products from the range for Autumn/Winter 13.

These new ‘grow’ plates and bowls have not been released in store yet…but will be very soon. I love the simplicity of them.

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Some of the current range made an appearance, like the Peony Porcelain/Wood Ring, the Provence Pendant Necklace and the little Bunny Brooch…shown here with those buns I posted about here.

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My model for the day was Sarah, who some of you might recognize from the Marley & Lockyer market stall.

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I really wanted this shoot to be relaxed, just like Sarah was at home doing her thing on a lazy Autumn weekend. Here is the Geo Porcelain/Wood Ring and the ceramic Pod Drop earrings. Sarah really has beautiful hands…not like my poor ceramic bashed hands!

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These necklaces – the Pod Necklace will only be available at the upcoming Boutique Launceston Market and the Sydney Finders Keepers markets.

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Love this shot. I think it captures the whole Autumn/Winter feel I was after

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This ceramic brooch, which is still un-named looks great on my big cowl that Sarah has on. I do need your help with that name….

One of you, who picks the name that I love, will win this brooch and the earrings shown!

If you have a name for it, please leave it in the comments section and I will pick a name…I wouldn’t mind hearing what you think of the photo shoot sneak peak too please.

Ness xx

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  • Very ethereal photo shoot. All lovely and soft. For a name, I’d suggest “A darling bud in May” partly inspired by the television show of a similar namesake and also as it featured in May. Best of luck with the Finders Keepers Market!

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    • Thats great Jourdan…you are good at this I’m thinking. Thank you xx

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  • I have to admit that I was doing a quick scroll through and thinking “oh yes, Love the ceramics, beautiful texturing on the plates…” but the brooch stopped me short. Very fine and delicate and super glissy. It was only as I whizzed past it, backed up to have another look, then read the text under it to see what it was called…so I call it “AMELIA”

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    • Thank you. Love the name too xx

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  • All looks so comfy and cozy. Great range, what a credit to you. Name for the brooch – White petals.

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    • It was the perfect day for it too, cool and crisp. Thank you for the name too xx

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  • reminds me of a flower emerging through the snow….’snow bloom’
    it’s all so pretty.
    Bec x

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    • That is lovely, very capturing of the collection xx

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  • Lovely shoot! Hmn for the broach Molto Bello (Very Beautiful)!
    The feminine equivalent is ‘molto bella’. It’s translated as ‘very beautiful’. It’s pronounced ‘MOHL-toh BEHL-lah’.

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    • Very exotic sounding Pam. Thank you for those. N xx

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  • Love your new collection Ness and Sarah is a great model! BTW love all that you blogg about – and thanks to you I have got myself a French bread board and demijohn from Fossils Vintage!!! The names that come to mind for your beautiful brooch are: Blossom, Snowcap, Purity, Heavenly, White Vintage, Whimsical, Dreamy and Pure White. Can’t wait to hear what you finally choose!

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    • Thank you. Sarah is great!
      I’m so pleased you got some if Jim’s fab pieces. It’s very addictive!! Love your name suggestions. Thank you.
      Ness xx

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  • Beautiful photo shoot Ness…. Captures the sophistication yet simplicity and elegance of your creations.

    The name I’d suggest for your pretty brooch is “Floria”

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    • Thank you Hannah. Loving the name xx

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  • Wow! All this gorgeousness! Your brooch reminds me of a ‘sweet briar’ rose.
    It’s flower meaning is Poetry, and Spring.

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    • That’s a great one! Thanks xx

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  • “Marl Flower”

    Marl or marlstone is a calcium carbonate or lime-rich mud or mudstone which contains variable amounts of clays and silt.

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    • Sounds great…with the clay and all. Thanks xx

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  • Such lovely pieces, as always! I’m thinking of names such as “Vintage Rose” “Tea Rose” “English Rose” or “Papillon Rose” (french for butterfly).
    Good luck choosing out of everyones clever names!

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    • Why thank you xx
      They are very pretty names…love the butterfly one!
      Thanks
      Ness xx

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  • Hi Ness, beautiful broach and images. Best of luck with the collection.
    How about calling your broach “full bloom” or ” the full bloom” in french i think it translates to “le plein fleur” which would also be a lovely name.

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    • Oooo! I like that one. Thanks xx

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  • Lovely photo shoot!! Very natural!!
    “French Bloom” for the name of the brooch.

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    • Thank you. I do like using natural light as it ‘stands’. N xx

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  • I love the photo shoot Ness, it reminds me of lazy winter days in front of the open fire, sipping hot chocolate.
    My suggestion of the broach name is Wildflower
    Naomi XOX

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    • Yes! Exactly what I wanted to portray 🙂
      Thank you for the name too xx

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  • Just beautiful photos! I think ‘In Bloome’ would be nice.

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    • Thank you.
      That is a nice name too.
      N xx

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  • I always thoroughly enjoy your photos. I would love to ‘live’ in them!!

    Name: Gentle petals

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    • Naw…you are too kind. That is a beautiful name, thank you xx

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  • Beautiful photo shoot, love the muted colours really gives an autumn/winter feel. I think the brooch could be called The “old lady” chrysanthemum…. “old lady” after your house and chrysanthemum because the dictionary states its an autumn flower…. x

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    • Oh, thats so sweet…we do love our “Old Lady”. Great thinking, Stacey!
      Ness xx

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  • The light in your photos is beautiful, a very Autumn feel to them.
    The word ‘flora’ just popped into my head when I saw your brooch. I am new to your blog and have found you via ‘A Country Style’magazine. Love your ceramics, Neen

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    • Welcome along Neen, so glad you popped in. Flora is lovely and thank you for taking the time to help out.
      Ness xx

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  • Lovely brooch! I thought of the name “Sakura”, which means “cherry blossom” in Japanese. I live in the Niagara area where the fruit trees are blossoming just now. It’s my favourite time of the year to go for a drive through the farmlands and see thousands of pink and white blooming trees.

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    • I love that! How beautiful to live among all of those divine trees! N xx

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  • Hi I just adore your blog & images. I don’t normally comment but always check in to look at your gorgeous photos and home. I felt compelled to tell you that I think the brooch is ‘Celeste’. I have no idea why this name popped into my head but it did! I then looked up the meaning & here it is! : Celeste comes from the Latin word caelestis, meaning “heavenly” or “divine.” Celeste is the French variation of the name. Seems quite fitting 🙂 Bec

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    • Hi Bec,
      Thanks for your comment…you should stop in and say hi more often! 🙂
      That is a very pretty name. I am going to have a hard time choosing thats for sure!
      N xx

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  • Hi, normally I’m not one to comment but we have had a very grey day here in Lima (Peru) and I enjoyed looking at your cosy images and thought your brooch looked like a little bit of “winter sunshine”

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    • I like that one Frances. Glad it brightened your day xx

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  • Hey Ness,
    I was going to suggest ‘Autumn Bloom’ but after reading all the posts it seems we all have the same ‘bloom’ idea!!!!! You have so many wonderful and fitting suggestions to chose from. I don’t know how you’ll pick the winner!
    I went in and saw Jim at Fossil Vintage. He is such a helpful man and has the most amazing treasures. I finally found the typewriter and galvanised watering can (as well as a few other treasures) I had been looking for. I told him you recommended him to your followers.
    Enjaye
    Xox

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    • I’m so happy you went there Enjaye…it’s an amazing store with the most perfect pieces. That is awesome you found what you have always wanted there. There seems to be a lot of people who have visited Jim after that post and have found something they have wanted for a long time.
      Thank you for the name too…I am going to have a hard time!!
      Ness xx

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  • Hi Ness,
    Ange and i think you should call that stunning broach (fleur broche)which is French and it means Flower Broach

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    • Thank you. That is a lovely name too…this is hard-argh
      N xx

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  • Hi Ness
    It’s a beautiful brooch. I thought of ‘serenity’ as I think it looks very serene.
    xx

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    • thank you Sarah xx

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  • How is the naming of the brooch going and when can we buy it xx

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    • I will be releasing the details on that tomorrow when I do a shop update 🙂
      N xx

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  • Hello Sweets. Such a sensational shoot, you clever minx. Yep, my fave is the wire basket one as well. Sublime. Hmm, my choice is ‘Camille’. French, elegant and pretty. J x

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    • Thank you Jane..lovely name too. Thank you xx

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  • I love your stunning photos. My name, based on yesterday and its significance is “Mother’s Day”.

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    • Thank you Janette xx

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