Thursday, 4 October 2012

Vintage and Art in Marazion, Cornwall

I could have stayed in this delightful shop for the rest of the week.
is owned by Shevie Moyle and Nell Pascoe 

Look at the little pot dolly I picked up for £4

Shevie was telling me that they are to be featured in the next edition of Mollie Makes Magazine.
I am going to pinch her display idea for cards.  These very pretty blue shelves were made by Shevie's hubby.
I felt like I was in a lovely playroom and didnt want to leave.

As you can imagine the family had left me at this point. Once they saw that I had started chatting they knew that was the end of me for at least an hour.  We met up again in the AVALON ART GALLERY further down the road and this time my sister was enraptured too.

The gallery had something for everyone, it was one of the best ones we had been in all week.  They have a great stock of  every form of art and crafts ...... textiles, collage, water colour, ceramics, jewellery.  You name it they've got it.  Jill bought this little piece by CATHERINE HOSKIN.  Unfortunately I can't find a website for her but I have found more of her work here  Or  if you are interested in her work you could always contact the AVALON ART GALLERY at

Remember the pic of the church kneelers ? Well that was in Marazion
 If you visit Cornwall be sure to visit this lovely little town the people are really friendly and there is also St. Michael's Mount for the historical bit.



  1. Oh wowee Lynn what a wonderful place to have found yourselves! I too would have spent ages in Fine and Dandy. Your pot dolly is so cute and what fab price!! Have a great day :0) xx

  2. Sigh, we love Cornwall in this family too. Luckily, my husband understands me only too well and takes the boys off crabbing or rockpooling and leaves me to it!


  3. Hi Lynn, I have never been to Cornwall but each time you post something on it makes me want to go more and more. They really do have some fabulous little shops there - I would spend a fortune!! Love your pot doll and your Sister's piece of art is gorgeous. Crafty hugs, Anne x