Another “Selva Birds” Tealight holder in slate

And another lovely tealight holder with two birds.  Can you spot them?selva birds tealight brown (Medium)


“Birds a nattering”

I christened this tealight holder “Birds a nattering” because…….  Well, they do look like three birds and they have got their heads fairly together as if in chattering and nattering and flattering and probably prattling away about nothing, just like women!!!!  Ooooops!!! Did I just say that?  HEARTWORKS Slate Tealight holdersbirds a nattering

Another satisfied customer!!!

Kitty came today and picked up her hall table.  Very delighted she was too!!  Surpassed her expectations.  Well I’m delighted Kitty.  Keep them coming all these happy customers.  Here’s the table she had us make for her to fit in a special part of her hall.  Slate table top, slate bottom shelf and the rest done in wood and painted black.  I think it’s rather nice!!!


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Mind those little fingers

Mind those little fingers of yours  when you’re doing that very unglamorous work that is so much apart of this business.  After all, those clocks and picture frames and whatnots don’t come to Heartworks ready cut.  It’s not a case of simply having to paint them and beautify them.  There’s all that angle grinding, and power washing.  That’s why we have to dress up like something out of a space film.  You don’t think we’re doing that because we like to dress up like spacemen, now do you?


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Ah but it’s all worth it in the end when the completed article unfolds

slate tealight holder hens a nattering

King, Queen, Prince and Princess

Here at Heartworks we have decided to give our pendulum clocks new names.  We have four types of pendulums and in each four we have four variations: colour, which is our classic gold edge or bronze effect, black, ornate, which speaks for itself and lastly ornate charcoal.  The first one here is “The King” pendulum and its ornate.  Next there is “The Prince” – coloured.  Then “The Princess” – ornate charcoal and the last one is “The Queen” – ornate.   

I hope we are not making a mistake naming them like this.  We’ll soon find out from our customers