Scottish designer Beth Watson takes inspiration from historical sources and contemporary jewellery designs.
Beverley is a designer/jeweller/silversmith producing hand raised beakers, bowls and jewellery in precious metals using precious and semi preciuos stones. She is also a part time lecturer at Grays School of Art and self-employed jewellery tutor.
We are all about creating, making and recycling with a good coffee and tasty home baked treats to help us along.
My interest in glass started from my work as a graphic designer in London and Edinburgh and has slowly grown into a passion for creating unique and original handmade pieces of glass. My inspiration is nature and the beautiful environment of Fife and Scotland and I incorporate beach combing finds and natural materials, amongst others, into some of my contemporary glass pieces.
Bonnie Bling - Made in Scotland - From Lasers!
Design led laser cut jewellery and accessories with a Scottish Twist.
'boo vake' is a craft boutique of quirky contemporary gifts by artists, makers and designers from Scotland and the UK.
An original and eclectic mix of ceramics, homewares, textiles, jewellery, accessories, paper goods and cards from new and established makers and designers.
The knitwear and tweed story – over 200 years of tradition and innovation in Scotland's premier textile region showcased in a beautifully restored sixteenth century towerhouse. Changing exhibitions spotlight contemporary fashion, craft and design.
Our shop sells a colourful range of textiles, crafts, gifts and books.
Brazen is a striking and distinctive jewellery boutique based in the cultural quarter of Glasgow's Merchant City.
Bruntsfield Market - Indoor Food, Craft and Gifts Market (first and third Saturdays of the month) starting Saturday 02 March 2013.
Bryony Knox designs and makes colourful, interactive pieces, covering various scales from kinetic brooches to automated tableware. Movement is intrinsic to the design and inspiration is derived from sources as wide as Nursery Rhyme,Myth, vaudeville and circus. She works in silver or copper, brass and steel, utilising their different colour combinations and patination to enhance the richness of the object. Repousse, chasing, fretwork, etching and simple mechanics are the main techniques she employs in her work. Bryony exhibits throughout the UK whilst also undertaking private and public commissions.