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dorothy and evelyn

Huzzah! Soon it will be October, which means my very first Melbourne visit is sort of around the corner with 33 days to go! I don't have very much on my to-do list besides working at my stall at The Finders Keepers market (and eating at Lord of the Fries... ) but I am sure I can find time to visit at least one of the three Dorothy and Evelyn stores.

The Dorothy and Evelyn store at Northcote

As if their taste in vintage clothes, homewares and handmades wasn't awesome enough, Dorothy & Evelyn also make their own ceramic items under the name Dot & Eve. Tell me this kangaroo salt and pepper shaker isn't begging to be a part of your breakfast table set up at home...

Or how about this hilarious ceramic owl egg cup which actually whistles? Now that I have seen this I know my life will never be complete without a cute animal holding my dippy eggs. (PS. I am actually not that fond of dippy eggs, but I take great amusement from the name).

This post is the 7th in a weekly mention of all the lovely stores that stock my work. Please do note though that I am not biased, I have been fans and friends of these shops (and their shopkeepers) for a long time and I wholeheartedly recommend you visit them and support them!

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