Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining
“Don’t knock the weather – nine tenths of the people couldn’t start a conversation if it didn’t change once in a while” [Kin Hubbard]
Talking about the weather has long been an identifiable trait of the British. One might say it’s a meteorological misfortune, but we would disagree. The daily discourse with friends, colleagues and total strangers about weather patterns – incredulity at the lack of sunshine or dismay at the persistent amount of rain – is a part of our very culture. Summer wouldn’t be summer without a soggy picnic, a fated first BBQ or a delayed Wimbledon final.
Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining is quite simply a celebration of the quintessential British obsession with the weather. The pieces are inspired by characterful, meteorological symbols set with a variety of gemstones to express the ever-varied skies we know and love.
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