Tatty Devine jewellery photo shoot at the Museum
Earlier in 2017, the Museum was visited by a team from Tatty Devine, who produce fabulous jewellery. Harriet, one of the founders of Tatty Devine, had visited the Museum before and drew inspiration from the collections. She arranged for a model, photographer, make up artists and stylists to visit the Museum in March to take some photos of the jewellery in the place that help to inspire it. The collection has now been launched and so we are now able to share the photos. We always enjoy seeing how the Museum inspires people and we are really grateful to the Tatty team for their generous donation of the wonderful “Alchemist” necklace as well.
You can view the whole collection (and see a photo from the Museum in the banner) here: https://www.tattydevine.com/aw17
Photos above: in the Museum’s display on magic and protection.
Above: outside the Museum in the spring sunshine.
Above: with some vintage Museum signs.
Above: in the Ritual Magic display.
Photos above in the “And it still goes on today…” gallery.
Above: black mirror jewellery photographed in front of our display on Divination and Scrying.
Above: in the Museum entrance with Mark Hearld’s “Familiars” painting. Painting available as a limited edition art print: https://museumofwitchcraftandmagic.co.uk/shop/print-witches-familiars-by-mark-hearld/
Above: in Joan, the Wise Woman’s Cottage wearing the Alchemist necklace which was donated to the Museum collection by Tatty Devine.
All photographs copyright of Tatty Devine.