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with immense gratitude..

by 3 December 10, 2011

Thank you all for visiting us at the One of a Kind and 
your patience during our simultaneous studio move. 
Well.... we are in the new space and although not 
completely settled, very happy. 
As you know when you move you find buried treasures, 
so we decided to pay them forward. 
Between now and the 23rd, we'll have sale items at the studio.
Since some of you are too far away to come for cider.. 
we decided to also offer our favorite 6 Signature pieces 
at half price for the last 12 days til Christmas.  
(first come, first serve)


sending you peace,
always~ Gisele







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