Exploring the principles of genetics has enabled Jewellery Designer and Maker Sandra Wilson to produce innovative forms and ways of wearing jewellery that has won many awards.
Her protein strands are metre long coils of fine silver wire wound round cotton cord. Each strand has four magnets inside which allows the piece to be worn anyway the wearer wants - for example as a necklace or even as a stylish belt if combined with another strand.
Sarah Hutchison is a silversmith and jeweller. All her work is crafted by hand using precious metal with details of gold, stones and pearls. Her work is innovative and contemporary.
In October 1992 Sarah-Jane Selwood established her studio in Edinburgh. Her ceramics are exhibited widely nationally and internationally and are held in several public collections including Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Royal Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh and World Ceramic Exposition Soeul, Korea.
Internet business featuring a wide range of traditional Scottish crafts and many contemporary designs based on celtic themes.
The Scottish Basketmakers' Circle exists to promote basketmaking and allied crafts - chairseating and environmental sculptures - in Scotland.
The Society was established to promote the appreciation, understanding and development of contemporary Scottish Glass.
The Scottish Potters Association is a members’ run organisation managed by a twelve strong committee elected each year, under a Chairman elected for three years.
The Scottish Woodland Skills Centre is the training and educational branch of Community treeCycle (www.communitytreecycle.co.uk).
The Scottish Woodland Skills Centre provides an extensive range of courses, activities and events run by experienced professionals, covering a wide range of topics relating to woodlands, trees and traditional wood crafts. Training courses are available for all age groups and skill levels.
Seahorse is a gift shop selling hadmade jewellery and driftwood art. Also in the shop are mounted local water colour prints and photos and ceramics.
Inspired by Shetland's dramatic scenery, heritage and culture, Shetland Arts and Crafts producers offer a unique range of woodcraft, knitwear and textiles, fancy goods, fashion and home accessories, gifts, and fine art.