Sadly, despite out best efforts we have been unable to find an alternative supplier for our wonderful statement piece sculptures that is based in the UK or Western Europe. The consequence of this is that, as we sell the few remaining pieces left at The Old Dairy, there will be no more 🙁
Having already said farewell to the last small treble clef sculpture, we’ve now sent the last large treble to its new home leaving a mid-sized bronze effect treble all alone. We still have a bass clef, large semi quaver, and large beamed semi quaver together with flat and sharp symbols but, as we’ve said before, when they’re gone, they’re gone!
The Old Dairy is closed today as our resident bassist is heading to the Regent Theatre, Ipswich, to take part in BBC Suffolk’s 25th Birthday Big Bash.
With the event raising money for BBC Children in Need why not join us tonight, have a great night’s entertainment, and contribute to a good cause? Click here to book tickets.
It is sad that in today’s litigious society that we have to make the following disclaimer to avoid any potential misunderstanding: Sandarac’s only involvement with this event is our resident bassist who is giving his time free of charge.
Today’s #ThrowbackThursday blog post features a vintage Hawaiian guitar. It’s not the fat necked Weissenborn that we’re used to seeing these days; instead it is romantic style parlour guitar. The museum lists the maker as Wards, not to be confused with the mere decade old Ward guitars.