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.
Esther creates textiles using organic materials. Influenced by her highland environment she continues to explore the dimension of fragility and strength: presence and erosion.
ENAMEL-WORK GLASS ON METAL
Transparent and opaque enamels (ground glass) are fired in a kiln onto copper and silver to make small and large wall panels, plates and a selection of dishes and jewellery
The varied landscape and the life of the far North west is expressed in semi-abstract and colourful designs.
Stunning designer jewellery, distinctively different to other contemporary styles of today. I use a mixture of very thick and thin leathers in a variety of colours combined with beautiful ceramic beads either dipped in pure silver, copper or 24-carat gold, or glazed in many colours.
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.
Jennifer Brown graduated from Edinburgh College of Art, specialising in jewellery.
Brown works primarily in precious metals, combined with stones, resin and enamel. Her work is informed by a fixation with detail, "elements or anomalies which might go unnoticed, but to me seem extraordinary are a constant source of inspiration". Brown aims to create objects which from a distance appear beautiful, sophisticated and quiet but hold an allure and invite close inspection.
Jennifer Gray (MA RCA) is a Designer/Maker of jewellery and objects. Her work is sold through London based Galleries and Design shops, she also works to commission.
Jenny Pope is a visual artist based in Edinburgh at the Edinburgh Ceramic Studio at Coburg House, working in ceramics, jewellery and sculptural concrete.
She makes unique porcelain and silver brooches and pendants, inspired by the sea. As an avid beachcomber, her work reflects ideas around collecting found man-made objects. Imagery comes from rocks, worn bones and rusty metal.
Purple Pomegranate jewellery is the work of Jesse Ball. She lives in the hills of Dumfries and Galloway, and her jewellery is crafted using buttons, silver, semi precious gemstones and other found objects.
Luscious fresh water pearls, the sparkle of Swarovski crystals and the beauty of semi-precious stones and colourful beads all combine in the making of my designs.