Monday, July 28, 2008

B-Side the Sea in Poole, England

I wanted to share with you the little adventure that some of my jewelry gets to go on. There is a quaint little shop in Poole England called B-Side The Sea

and it is owned by the nicest gal Marina and her hubby Paul. She has the perfect name for her beachy themed shop that sits close to the Quay, in Old Town Poole. I read here on that five of Englands best beaches dominate Poole and that Poole Harbor is said to be the largest natural harbor in the world.

It's the perfect place for my beachy themed jewelry and I'm so proud to have had it at B-Side the Sea for about a year and a half now. Evidentally it's been a hit as I've received back some wonderful feedback from miss Marina :D

Here is a close up of the top of the case. It's kind of blurry but you can see they have a print out from my website with me and my sisters picture...pretty cool!

And here are some more shots of the shop so you can see the other sea inspired items she carries. What a fun beach themed shop!


ChezChani said...

What a great shop and blog! I'm curious how you came to find it and how it came to find you.

Marjorie said...

Yes, I'm curious too! :-) I'd like to branch out a bit but I was thinking of neighboring states - not countries! How wonderful that your jewelry is in England. She really has a lovely display set up for you. It looks great. Hmmm, I wonder if she'd be interested in my sea glass pieces? lol!

Jonara Blu Maui said...

She found me! But I will go and talk to you more about it on your blogs so you see my answer :)

Kuanyin Moi said...

This is great--your creativity and beautiful jewelry is all the way across the Pacific AND Atlantic! Yay!

Tropical Screamer said...

Too fun. A beautiful little shop and she really displayed your jewelry wonderfully.

When I was selling off my site I ended up with customers all over. It's fun to imagine people walking around wearing what you make, isn't it?


Belle Adorn said...

Marina has a beautiful shop. You couldn't have a prettier shop for it. Wouldn't it be fun to go visit there?! I wonder how far Poole is from our friend's home in England that work here in Richmond....I should ask!