I'm not sure who I must thank, but I'm pretty sure I'm on the right page... And if not, well... Thank you for the feature anyhow! I am very grateful to grace the front page for all to see and ponder. :)
I hope you are well Brigitte! I hope to see you again soon.
I haven't even finished the pieces for the show yet, so haven't investigated shipping. My only advice is NEVER state that parcels contain jewellery, even when filling out the postal forms for insurance. Small sculptures, art objects etc. are less likely to go astray in the post than items labelled 'jewellery.' Plus I think that jewellery isn't covered by regular postal insurance, so automatically attracts a huge premium. Not familiar with Japanese postal system, but have been warned on more than one occasion that shipping to Italy is a game of Russian Roulette!
Perhaps this is the year I will participate! I hate to be known as the one who never does... Hope you are well recovered from the fun at SNAG. I'm still working on it. Recovering that is. Maybe that is my problem, I am "working" on it!
It was so great to meet and talk with you at SNAG - the trunk show was a lively event to end the conference with -- and people could carry the excitement into the final dinner. Thanks for all you do for the field-----
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