French Attic to showcase handmade jewellery at markets

Merelle Perrozzi of Bassendean (Owner, French Attic). Picture: David Baylis.   www.communitypix.com.au    d494046
Merelle Perrozzi of Bassendean (Owner, French Attic). Picture: David Baylis. www.communitypix.com.au d494046

A BASSENDEAN jeweller will be bringing floral, bohemian and classic designs to her fifth Made on the Left markets.

French Attic owner Merelle Perrozzi will be displaying her Vintage Soul, Gypsy Heart and Chameleon ranges at the handmade artisan markets at The Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle from July 13 to 14.

Ms Perrozzi, a former pharmacist, designs and makes her own jewellery and collage art from her home studio.

She sells her goods on her website, online Etsy shop and to wholesalers.

She said there would be necklaces, bracelet cuffs, broaches and greeting cards.

“The Vintage Soul range is like floral, romantic, nostalgic and collage sort of pieces,” she said.

“The other range is the Gypsy Heart, which is a bohemian range with the tassels.

“There is the Chameleon range which is the classic, really simple, single stone range.”

Merelle Perrozzi. Picture: David Baylis.

She said it started as a hobby eight years ago before she started taking her business more seriously in the past two years.

“I have been getting my brand more cohesive and looking to get it to wholesale,” she said.

“Having a purpose to grow a business from absolutely nothing is so different from my other career, where you study a degree and your path is set.”

She wants to get more wholesalers on board.

Visit www.frenchattic.com.au

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