Adam Henderson creates intricate yet bold precious metal jewellery inspired by transactions in the modern world.
I like my work to be, for want of a better word, friendly. The reason for using silver at all is because it is a wonderful, forgiving, pliable material that I can manipulate with complete sympathy. I want the owners and users of my work to enjoy it , so it has to be direct and approachable and tactile.
Engineering in Wood produce quality hardwood furniture, traditional wooden toys, wood-turned items such as bowls, lamps, carved bowls and sculptures to a high standard.
Adrian McCurdy makes furniture from wood local to the Scottish Borders. Individual designs are created with wide experience using the qualities of carefully selected oak. Designs on seating, tables, boxes and chests combine a sculptural background with structural knowledge.
Agne Visniauskiate Jewellery creates works using reclaimed leather, wood and precious metals such as silver. The inspiration is drawn from rugged Scottish nature and the organic qualities of the materials themselves.
Aileen Lochhead is a contemporary fibre artist working primarily in crochet.
She designs and creates a variety of articles that are wearable and useful in the home. She strives to work with a recycled theme, particularly with rag rugs.
Aileen is keen to promote the art and craft of crochet, and publishes a multitude of free patterns for crochet and knitted items. She tries to incorporate 'vintage' into her work, either by inspiration or use of recycled materials.
My work is mainly making Traditionally Crafted Stained Glass Windows, Door Panels, Hanging Panels and Stair Windows. I hot paint and fire details onto glass; I can etch and fuse glass to produce unique effects for any project you can dream of.
I make glass for gardens, water features, glass for fire screens, glass for most locations, inside and outside the home, the potential is endless.
Exclusively designed and handcrafted sterling silver and luxury gemstone jewellery - each piece a limited edition of just one.
Ainsley Francis is an Edinburgh-based artist working primarily engraved and kiln-formed glass.
Lighting, furniture, mirrors, door handles, gadgets, clocks, architectural hardware, gates and grills, shop signage, jewellery, props, objet d'art and metal sculpture.