The Heathergems Visitor Centre and Factory Outlet Shop is in Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland, UK.
Visit us to see how Heathergems are hand made by skilled craftsmen from Natural Scottish Heather in our Visitor Centre viewing galleries and watch how we make this unique Scottish Jewellery and Celtic Silver Gifts.
In our extensive Factory Outlet Shop we have a wide range of Heathergems on sale in many different styles and colours to appeal to all ages. We are the ONLY manufacturers of this unique Jewellery in the world.
You can see the whole story here and take home a unique Scottish souvenir with you.
We look forward to seeing in beautiful Pitlochry!
Highland Delights Jewellery pieces are inspired by various travels and journeys and is made using a wide range of beads and colours.
Jen makes jewellery in silver and gold, inspired by landscapes around Scotland. She enjoys making pieces using a clients favourite landscapes and is most happy in her workshop.
'Doodle Stuff' is the name we give our range of beautifully handcrafted contemporary pin badges.
Contemporary, modern-styled furniture using clean, sweeping lines.
Materials are solid timber (Ash, Elm, Yew, Sycamore) and high quality Birch Ply, with inlays of exotic materials such as ivory and shell (artificial substitutes).
Jois is an established artist and designer working across different areas of contemporary visual arts. Specialising in sculptural figures, delicate bowls, vessels and containers, she also designs and makes small precious objects in a variety of metals. More recently Jois has also rediscovered her interest in printmaking.
Exhibiting throughout Scotland, she also has three pieces of work in the permanent silver collection of Perth Museum and Art Gallery.
Jude's Jewels jewellery is designed and lovingly handcrafted Causewayhead, near Stirling, for the individual look.
Specialists in Handmade Designer Jewellery and Celebrity Trend Fashion Styles. From Classic to Funky, Cool to Punky, we have it all.
Kathryn Williamson jewellery evolved from an interest in the textural quality of silver and the simple sculptural shapes of found objects.Other influences are inspired by Pittenweem beach pebble pottery finds. The seemingly unconnected nature of the pattern has led to the reignition of an interest in a ecletic array of pattern from japanese origami to 70s coffee sets.
These elements are currently being explored in silver through rolled textural surfaces , photoetching and
combining this with enamel, paper / resin and beach pebbles.,
Kirsten is a jewellery designer and maker based in Aberdeen. She specialised in using silver and precious or non-precious stones.
Handcrafted in Scotland, bespoke jewellery using Sterling Silver, freshwater cultured pearls and gemstones.