Caroline works in Silver, Gold and Vitreous Enamel. Inspired by her natural surroundings, she explores textures, patterns, colour and form in her jewellery and small silversmithing items.
Caroline is a Fife based designer/jeweller who makes bold and unique one-off pieces of jewellery. If asked what inspires her she has no idea where all the shape and form in her head comes from and just allows her thoughts to transfer themselves into the finished work which can make the process very organic and always unique.
Caroline Smith is a jewellery maker based in Edinburgh. Using unusual materials such as broken car lights, she explores structure, line and optical illusion.
Her jewellery is marked by simple and clean designs, as a result of searching forms and techniques. The work intends to promote a new dialogue between the jewel and the individual.
Cathrine Holtet mainly works in porcelain, making both functional and decorative pieces.
Cathy Wang, award winner of 2014 Goldsmiths' Company Precious Metal Award, uses a mixture of silver and 18ct gold to create small intricate contemporary wearable pieces.
Catriona Jane Clark creates sculptural, contemporary jewellery which is influenced by the structural forms of the built environment; particularly within industrial and post industrial landscapes.
Scottish textile designer Catriona McLaughlin makes beautiful and unique handmade knitwear accessories from Merino lambswool, cashmere and other luxurious natural fibres.
Ceàrd offers the best of Scottish Contemporary Craft from a characterful shop in the heart of Ullapool.
Celtic Art is a second generation family run manufacturing jewellers. All work is designed and made on premises.