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Hello! my name is Tamar, I am a jewelry and accessory designer behind Nest Pretty Things, we are a husband and wife team and sell online through our website and Etsy shops and wholesale to over 50 shops around the world, my husband Ronen manages the business side and I am the designer and maker. We have a lovely studio in Burlington Vermont and live near by in Shelburne, a beautiful little village right by Lake Champlain, we now have three sons in college (24,22,20) and the sweetest cat Isabel. I love to decorate (you will always find me working on some project or other), cook and garden (I wish our VT season wasn't so short) and travel.

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March 05, 2008

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karlita

I love Marimekko (and they are doing a collection for HM this spring - at least here in Europe) - and I actually admired this chair today in a designstore - thinking were it would fit in my livingroom. It is fun to see how fashion and design move in cycles (hmm, don't know if I translated this well into English)

Mary Ann

I think that you look so much like your mother. Both beautiful.

Nicola Pedley

It's alway sgood to lok through old photos - the memories are fantastic

carole davis

absolutely fantastic..the radiant smile and laidback attitude of the artist... she looked superb..so important to keep these albums... she still lives through you one can feel and see that....

ayelet

I knew your mom "Nora" she was my teacher in Shenkar College she was artist in sol and style guru for me and for all my friends in the textile design department.
Ayelet

ayelet

I knew your mom "Nora" she was my teacher in Shenkar College she was artist in sol and style guru for me and for all my friends in the textile design department.
Ayelet

Melissa McCobb Hubbell

That's a great picture.. We are the same age so I can relate. My father was a furniture designer in the 50's and 60's (Paul McCobb) and my mother ran a design business after his death in '69. We lived in NYC then and she loved Merimeko and that type of design. Where were you living in this photo?

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