Issue 1 - Autumn 2020
The past six months have presented us with a paradoxically unique, yet global, experience. For many of us, the events of 2020 have allowed some much needed time to reflect. Issue 1 embodies this reflection by exploring the lessons taught to us through lockdown living, confronting our never failing fascination with time and examining the roots of anOrdain itself.
The alchemy of each enamel's reaction to silver produces unique outcomes, some with crystalline appearance, and others a smooth pebble-like finish. The apparent solidity of the orange dial is undermined by...
From the Scots Gaelic for ‘mountain’, Torr Blue evokes the blue haze which one experiences looking out at distant peaks from the top of a Munro. 'This unusual enamel exhibits...
Midnight Green was developed in tribute to the Cairngorm mountains at night where, during the summer months, it’s never fully dark. At a glance the Midnight Green dial appears black,...
The alchemy of each enamel's reaction to silver produces unique outcomes, some with crystalline appearance, and others a smooth pebble-like finish. The lively turquoise has a duality caused by the crystal...
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