I create silver wearable jewellery and small decorative silverware for the home. I find my inspiration from my families allotment so my work revolves around plant and wildlife that can be found in scottish gardens.
My designs are inspired by natural sources, in particular the fragile elements which make up nature’s lifecycle. I draw these details from life, such as clusters of tiny buds, emerging seedlings and decaying seed pods. These drawings are then transformed into designs for finely-detailed, delicate looking pieces of jewellery.
I work predominantly in sterling silver, occasionally accenting the intricate details with both precious and semi-precious cut and rough stones. Many of my pieces are made entirely by hand using traditional techniques, creating jewellery that is contemporary, elegant and unique.
House of Jackson is a Design House and Studio. Producing inspired handcrafted pieces for the aesthetic and ethical conscious consumer, with a vast mix of materials and media.
Designs by It comprise a collection of casual/chic garments for ladies and children. The 2007 collection focuses on easy-to-wear casual garments, in natural fibres - cool blue indigo dyed cotton, the true denim look, softly felted pure lambswool, beautifully light and yet warm and beautiful silk/wool yarns reflecting a rich palette of colours.
Inner Wild, wilderness wear for dearhearts
Scottish wilderness and wildlife-inspired hand-knitted, felted, sewn and embroidered textile designs including wearable art and sculptures that help you nurture your inner wild.
Natural forms, surrealist art and nonsense stories are the main inspirations for my work. I use precious metals combined with hand-dyed resins to achieve quirky, unique yet wearable jewellery.
Artist Jill Skulina's art line JACK(et) is an exciting mix of fashion and fine art.
Jane's hands work closely with her head to spin a fanciful range of unique, rare and thoughtful jewellery.
Reinventing the ordinary.
Reloving the forgotten.
Pinning down ideas in a pretty wearable way.
Jane Gowans is a Scottish-based contemporary jeweller, on a mission to present everyone with the opportunity to wear accessories they truly love.
eedal is intensely interested in the fusion between traditional textile techniques and contemporary design. She enjoys making a variety of items ranging from shawls to handbags and also wall decorations.