Amy Keeper spies British Museum as stockist

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Brand goes full circle from inspiration to selling in museum shop.

Amy Keeper has won the British Museum shop as her latest stockist, a move that she says takes her brand dull circle, having been inspired by the museum’s exhibits.

Five designs from Keeper’s Spyglass collection have been selected to sell in the Grenville Room shop at the museum, launching in store yesterday.

The Spyglass range is inspired by the style of the Victorian scientific instruments displayed in the Enlightenment Room at the British Museum, and a spyglass from a children’s story.

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The pieces are gold vermeil and black rhodium plated and set with semi precious stones, with moving elements to make them all the more playful.
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Keeper has this year exhibited her work at the Contemporary Craft Fair at Bovey Tracey and The Goldsmiths Company Pavilion at Somerset House, London.
 

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