All of our releases are in full effect until December 22nd! The Kickstart Model will be running through until January-including 3 months membership for new clients!
Fun three colour print off the press tonight to finish up the day. This involves a print, flash, print, flash to get an accurate and smooth colour, turned out great.
We’ve still got spots open to get in for 2017. Let us know if you’ve got a project for us, we’ll get to it!
Going back to the snow earlier this week, not only is this image aesthetically pleasing, it goes a long way to show a mere slice of what these guys have to put up with in order to do their jobs. Hats off to our front line ambulance service, the drivers and first responders, and the great service they provide 24/7 365 days a year. True heroes !
This necklace, known as the Cambridge Emerald Necklace, was made for Queen Mary in 1911 but has an even deeper royal history. Shortly before her marriage in 1818, Princess Augusta, the Duchess of Cambridge won about 30 cabochon emeralds from a German state lottery. She had an emerald necklace made from some of these stones and gave it to her daughter Princess Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck in 1857. Princess Mary Adelaide inherited the rest of the emeralds after the Duchess of Cambridge’s death in 1889. Princess Mary Adelaide died suddenly in 1897 and when her children divided her jewelry, the emeralds went to her son Prince Frank. Prince Frank was the black sheep of his family and a notorious gambler and womanizer. When he died in 1910, he scandalously left the emeralds to his mistress Lady Kilmorey. Queen Mary bought the emeralds back from her shortly after. The emerald necklace of the Duchess of Cambridge was dismantled and Garrard’s created this piece using 9 of the emeralds and the Cullinan VII was used as a pendant. Both pendant drops are removable. On one occasion Queen Mary replaced the Cullinan VII with the much larger Cullinan III. Queen Mary left the necklace to The Queen after her death and she has worn it since.
Really looking forward to working with the marvellous @cambridgetipicompany on a colourful, amazing, cool wedding in Cambridge next May for the most LOVELY couple 💛 SO excited for their big day (but will be terribly sad when it’s all over)!⠀
I finally got to try the beautiful 9 bowl shokado bento for lunch at Momi Nonmi. Worth every penny! 🤗 🍱 🙌🍶
Esse traje é o "gown" e é usado durante os jantares formais (formal dinners) na Universidade de Cambridge. Esses jantares são eventos semanais oferecidos pelas Colleges (geralmente 2 vezes) com custo variando de 10 a 20 libras por pessoa. O jantar é composto de entrada, prato principal e sobremesa.
Cada estudante afiliado à College pode convidar 3 pessoas com ou sem filiação com a Universidade (todos pagam, inclusive o anfitrião). Alguns membros com altos cargos nas Colleges também participam dos jantares (Fellows). #cambridge#phdlife#science#engineering#cienciadosmateriais#eng#engenharianica #cambridgecollege#engenhariademateriais#materialscience #engenharia #exatas
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