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Refurbish and Refresh!

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Refurbish and Refresh!

During the month of January we decided to try something a little bit different at Katami Designs. We wanted to give people the opportunity to re-design their heirloom jewelry in order to keep it relevant to their own personal style, as well as today's fashion trends. Those interested could meet with Negar Khatami for a free custom jewellery consultation to help them transform their sentimental, old-fashioned jewellery into contemporary and unique pieces. I must say, we currently have  some truly one-of-a-kind pieces in the making! Here is a little sneak peak of a finished piece we re-designed for Vancouver personal stylist, Michelle Addison....

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Kieron Williamson - Plein Air Paintings

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Kieron Williamson - Plein Air Paintings

With winter rapidly approaching, we have begun to pull out our best sweaters from storage and prepare for the holiday season in style! We have decided to go about things a bit differently this time around, drawing our focus to the creative youths that fill our lives with joy. 'Potato Patch, Twilight', 2016, Oil on Board This November, we will proudly be featuring the work of Kieron Williamson, a 14-year-old painting prodigy from Holt, Norfolk in England. Kieron began painting at the age of five, and has since then developed a passion for oil, watercolour, and pastel, which quickly developed into an extremely successful artistic...

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Negar Khatami's Otas Collection

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Otas (оташ) pronounced Otash, Tajik for fire, is the newest collection by Negar Khatami for Summer 2016. These bracelets feature antique tassels from a tiny little shop at Grand Bazaar in Istanbul that Negar hand picked. They are handmade by Tajik women to decorate their homes. When Negar handpicked these tassels in Turkey, she pictured the women creating these magnificent pieces. They create them to adorn their homes and caravans that their husband would travel with, wishing them luck and safety until they returned home. Negar complemented these found art pieces with Pyrite, which resembles fire, and in many cultures,...

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