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Artisan Alchemy Gallery Opens for business

24/03/2016

Over 150 excited visitors attended the launches of the new Artisan Alchemy Gallery in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.

Innovative Bespoke designer furniture of the highest quality made by designers around the United Kingdom and Ireland is displayed in beautiful airy premises that have been designed to show off fantastic pieces together with some most unusual, beautifully made top class Jewellery.

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People gathered for the official opening of the gallery on Thursday 17th and Sunday 20th March.

The theme and philosophy for this new venture is to show case the best work of top makers. Artisan Alchemy Gallery was formally opened by Fred Baier, an internationally renowned furniture maker who spoke standing next to his unique centrepiece which was specially made as a window display.

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Frank Baier speaking beside his creative piece.

The Gallery now welcomes visitors who are keen to see a centre for excellence based in the historic quarter at 85 Caroline Street, open Tuesday – Saturday 10am-4pm. Browsers and potential customers are equally welcome!

To learn more about the gallery please visit their website, you can also like them on Facebook for regular updates of whats on offer.

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