thought you might enjoy seeing the small packaging tags that come attached to the clips as well (because you know i kept those). i love the hand drawn sketch detail of the product on the tag.
the clip directly above is referred to as the "old world clothespin" on the site, although the tag says gypsy pin. i think i like gypsy pin as a better description although it is a replica of the early clothespins that were wrapped with a band of metal at the top to keep the 2 "sides" together to form the clip.
the ephemera clip (top photo) is 4" long--not small, in my opinion. it could easily hold up a heavier hanging calendar, be used to clip fabric swatches together for an interesting presentation, or simply to organize a bundle of papers. i have been using my clips for several months now and love them.
i also picked up the small forged scissors (i could not find these on the anthropologie website, so unfortunately i do not have a link to share. i purchased mine in-store)
+ there are a few other pulls and pins in the line that i like as well. i am hoping that Sibella will design some more items along this same vein.
+ Sibella's first book which i keep on my bedside table for inspiration.
i love finding a similar shared aesthetic in book form + it is fun to peruse the pages and see items that i have in my own collection of this & thats. you know those special things that we're attracted to from our family histories or thrift store field trips. your inner magpie that picks up twigs or saves an interesting tag that might otherwise be tossed aside. i see you nodding your head.
any other Sibella fans out there?