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Author Topic: Eilmer's Bazaar - Jewellery, components & more  (Read 205 times)

United Kingdom United Kingdom

« on: September 27, 2020, 03:37:16 pm »

Hi everyone,

We are relatively new to the Steampunk community, only really getting involved in the last five years. Whitby Steampunk Weekend was our first big event that we attended. It was so welcoming & friendly, we have attempted to attend as many events as able ever since.

This year, we've launched a UK business - Eilmer's Bazaar - to offer complete jewellery, jewellery components and accessories. We are also currently working on a range of laser cut and etched lenses to customise Steampunk goggles. We are also looking into the possibility of offering affordable electronic components and microcontrollers to allow people to build lights, sound and movements into their creations.

Our company values are simple - affordability, great customer service & inclusiveness.

If you're wondering where we got our name from, Eilmer is something of a local hero for us. He was arguably the first person ever to fly. We feel if his story had been Victorian rather than Medieval, he would have been a true Steampuk character. He was the inspiration behind our name & logo.

If you'd like to have a look at what we've currently got on offer, here's a link to our webshop

We're also in the process of trying to arrange stands at some events and hope we get to meet some of you guys. We will keep you posted where we go!

Jo & Stewart

Eilmer's Bazaar
Steampunk Accessorise and Crafting Supplies
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