Bryony Knox designs and makes colourful, interactive pieces, covering various scales from kinetic brooches to automated sculptures. Movement is intrinsic to the design and inspiration is derived from sources as wide as Greek myth, vaudeville and circus. She works in silver or copper, brass and steel, utilising their different colour combinations and patination to enhance the richness of the object. Repousse, chasing, fretwork, etching and simple mechanics are the main techniques she employs in her work. Bryony exhibits throughout the UK whilst also undertaking private and public commissions.
I create extra special original bouquets with an individual touch. Whether you choose a beautiful Brooch or Button bouquet you will be guaranteed an individual keepsake bouquet that will reflect your style.
Inspired by the natural beauty of wood and adding her own quirky sense of style, Camille produces a range of unique sculptural pieces, from hanging 7 standing birds to fish bone coat hooks & coffee tables.
Carla Edwards designs and makes contemporary resin jewellery from her workshop in Leith, Edinburgh.
Colourful resin is set in layers with gold leaf, aluminium leaf and oxidised silver wire to create bold simple forms.
Inspiration from nature and a love of pattern result in playful resin shapes which are combined with silver and other materials to make quirky, contemporary necklaces, brooches and other pieces.
Alongside the design and production of limited edition collections, Carla also makes one off pieces and undertakes commissions.
I'm a designer and crafter of unique, funky plastic jewellery - colourful brooches and necklaces made with plastic and acrylic.
I often use vintage parts and materials and love to use and recycle pieces - taking them out of their context and giving them a new lease of life.
Cheap and cheerful pieces perfect for you to stand out!
Caroline works mainly in silver, incorporating enamel and stones. Inspired by her natural surroundings, she explores textures, patterns, colour and form in her work.
Caroline Smith is a jewellery maker based in Edinburgh. Using unusual materials such as broken car lights, she explores structure, line and optical illusion.
Carrie Fertig interweaves sculpture, performance and installation in flameworked glass for exhibitions, institutions, and commissions.
Functional pieces and panels made with float glass with applied frits and enamels. Matching items in fabric and paper.
Beautiful limited edition handbags created from the finest Scottish mohairs, tweeds and tartans, all luxuriously lined. Images of Scotland are also used in an original collection which elegantly combines tradition with vogue.