Handmade Scottish Dog Treats & Dog Apparel. Collars, Dog Coats & much more !
Taking inspiration from her home in the Scottish Highlands, Eileen produces a wide range of jewellery and silverware ranging from contemporary charm bracelets to Christening cups, spoons and bowls.
A unique collection of old and new Scottish Jewellery, soft furnishings, wedding accessories, and very good, nearly new baby clothes, christening gowns and toys, local handmade marmalade, chocolates and jams, local artisan arts and crafts, soft furnishings and other curiosities awaits your browsing.
Elibee Gifts has a wide range of unique and original gifts. A personalisation service is also available and we welcome commissions. Special gifts for special occasions.
We make hand woven rugs/ wall hangings from the fleece of the Isle of Muck sheep. These can either be plain or have a felted picture on them. Pictures include Barn Owl, Red Deer Stag, Puffins, Highland Mare and Foal, Tiger, Eagle Owl, and Emperor Penguins with Chick. Using a supplied photo we can produce a Bespoke rug with a picture of your pet.
My inspiration comes from nature, so my pieces have an organic feel. The debris on any forest floor is a gallery of natural sculptures. I just have to bring it out. The piece evolves in a process of sheer serendipity and humour. Simple, stylised, explicit.
MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THESE - At DialEmma Designs, artist Emma Fellowes is creating the most exquisite personalised silk-painted heirlooms of the future. The paintings depict all manner of events, from a stork announcing baby’s date of birth and weight, to a church bell entwined with rings and ribbons to commemorate a wedding day. It is YOUR commission, YOUR work of art.
Emma McDermott’s work is inspired by birds and their habitats. The damage caused by the jewellery industry to their environments, encouraged her to use all recycled or natural materials in her work.
Erlend is a Scottish artist based in Ross-shire and enjoys travelling throughout the country to create bespoke design commissions.
After studying Drawing & Painting at Grays School of Art, he went on to learn the ancient techniques of stained glass. He spent eight years restoring windows in some of Scotland's finest historic buildings before starting his own company.
Using organic materials wool, silk, linen and pure cotton Esther Ward combines traditional textile techniques with contemporary design to create both functional and decorative textiles. Whilst her shop sells small items of clothing and textile bowls, larger pieces such as quilts and rugs are also occasionally offered for sale.