High-quality, bespoke stained glass panels, handmade in the traditional way and exploring a wide variety of styles from traditional to contemporary.
Annemette Madsen was born in Denmark. After extensive travelling Annemette settled down in Nairn, in the Highlands of Scotland, where she now lives and works.
All artworks are original and hand made, no two pieces are the same. Glassworks can be bought through my workshop. To discuss your particular requirements, please contact Annemette directly.
My work involves a combination on specialised processes; I am combining new technologies with traditional techniques to create 3 dimensional objects of adornment. I chose the patterns in weave as the inspiration for my first collection; the hidden shapes and textures that occur in the patterns structure, offer endless design possibilities. My aim for my first collection is to transform flat patterns into 3 dimensional objects. My design process involves a combination of sketchbook work and 3d modelling. My focus at present is very much on shape and texture; this includes looking at the contrasts of rough and smooth textures. My designs are produced in gold and silver.
Distinctive pottery with five main decorations inspired by the local land and seascape. Each pot is unique although sets can be decorated as similarly as possible. Our Celtic range includes a Quaich, a traditional Scottish drinking cup, the origins of which lie deep in the history of Scotland. All our pots have function as well as style and make suitable gifts and mementos.
A Parallel Universe is an Interior Textile design project by Sarah Stewart, hoping to launch as a business at the beginning of January 2013.
A.J.Forbes small object furniture is a one person workshop in Edinburgh designing and producing small one off pieces of furniture, mirrors and shaped timber frames using Scottish hardwoods.
Aamos Designs are a unique and talented textile design company, who specialise in contemporary textiles hand woven in Shetland.
My collection of jewellery is inspired by a personal love for historical repeat pattern design, particularly floral. I reference floral architectural carvings to provide a link between two and three dimensional ornamentation. I explore aspects of the drawn line, the past and 'vintage' in my work.
My jewellery is made from carved and stained faux ivory, silver gilt, 18ct gold, antique cut semi-precious stones, beads and pearls. Prices range from £30 -£1200
Individually designed contemporary hot forged ironwork for functional, decorative and architectural puposes, made using a variety of traditional and modern blacksmithing metalwork techniques.
Providing a free bespoke service, Finishing Touches By Adele are specialists in producing exclusive hand-made Wedding Stationery. To compliment your invitations, a full range of beautifully crafted Wedding Favours are also available, which can be personalised to suit any theme.