Craigleith Art & Design (wood carvings) specialise in producing hardwood plaques depicting legends from the world of Music, Sport, Films, Television, the rich & famous or anybody/anything you want.
The carvings are produced from a combination of hand skills and various power tools. Each carving is individually & lovingly crafted and no mass production is used.
Craigleith Art & Design (wood carvings) are 100% committed in using good quality reclaimed timbers as first option for material .We are constantly sourcing good quality reclaimed timbers.
Bespoke designer jewellery makers specialising in artist’s jewellery with particular focus on technique, precious metals, silver, gold, platinum and palladium. Precious and unusual stones complement our work and we are expert enamellers.
Contemporary Artists jewellery sits alongside our own designs.
Design and Make service. Exceptional service with traditional skills, original designs and superb expertise.
Our two shops show a range of jewellery by different artists and have a making service.
Combining skills in metalwork with a variety of textile techniques, Alexandra creates contemporary jewellery pieces inspired by structures in nature.
British jewellery designer Alexis Southam creates handmade pieces of silver jewellery inspired by all things botanical, and the amazing scenery, wildlife and history of Scotland.
Ali works with textiles & mixed media commercially, for exhibition and to commission. She is a community tutor in the Lothians and runs workshops & classes in design & mixed media techniques from her studio “The Purple Thread Shed” near Edinburgh.
Alice Bo-Wen Chang is an Edinburgh based jewellery artist, designer and architect. She explores the relationship between body, space and object(s) through her kinetic and structural body sculptures.
Individual, intricate and vibrant handcrafted bead
and wirework accessories.
Crikey Aphrodite - bespoke corsetry for every shape
One of the world's leading engravers, with work in public, royal and private collections throughout Europe, America and the Far East. The glass ranges from small intimate pieces, to architectural installations which incorporate light and colour. A recipient of many awards and winner of many competitions, her contribution was recognized in 1997, when she was presented with an M.B.E. for services to art and music.
Alison McConachie studied glass at Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London. She has been a lecturer on the Glass and Architectural Glass course at Edinburgh College of Art since 1979.