New Line We Love: Gypset Honey

The Gypset Honey studio is growing well, hidden away upstairs in a loft looking out into treetops - for the time being.  The gypsy spirit has kept it moving from Southern California beaches and the historic Shire of Charlie Chaplin, to the Hill Country of Texas and Austin's Town Lake shores, up to the Red River countryside and down to the Gulf Coast. Excursions to estate sales, flea markets, antique shops and other treasure troves have snagged great finds to become future elements of one-of-a-kind pieces. 
Inspired and encouraged by Honey (grandmother Frances Ann Bell Froelich) with her love for travel, appreciation for the unique and zest for squeezing the most from every minute of Life, Gypset Honey became a reality as one of Honey's last wishes.  In her memory, Gypset Honey donates to cancer research and charitable needs for cancer patients fighting their own battles.

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