My jewellery explores space and movement around the wearers body.
Contrasting colour and texture fascinates me, and I seek to manipulate this by working with silver, oxidised silver, 18ct yellow gold, and semi-precious stones such as garnet, peridot and citrine. Hammered wire is often contrasted against smooth cupped sheet silver, and 18ct yellow gold will be found scattered amongst oxidised silver links.
Movement, line, light and space are all important aspects which inform the work of Amy Louise Young. Capturing the fleeting, sporadic moments found during the motion of flight was the major inspiration behind her current collection.
Using techniques such as forging, stone setting and other jewellery making skills, she combines silver with non-precious materials such as resin and polypropylene, making the pieces not only unique but fun to wear.
Together over the years, husband and wife team have designed and produced a wide variety of hand made crafts. These have ranged from large wooden items such as garden furniture, dolls houses to smaller items such as clocks and candle holders.
Our speciality is designing and hand crafting jewellery boxes, ring and trinket boxes and medium sized memory boxes. All are made from reclaimed timber including oak, beech and mahogany. Marquetry veneers are used to decorate diamond and hexagonal shaped boxes.
Weaver, spinner, knitter and fibre experimenter based on the West Coast of Scotland.
Angela is an experimental jewellery designer challenging the traditional thought that all jewellery must be made from precious metals. She uses salt crystals, a natural product but not one usually associated with jewellery and together with resin and silver she transforms it into something that you want to wear and treasure.
Angela's plan is to keep developing ideas and to create an eclectic range of home and tableware that is fun, attractive and nostalgic.
Bold and bright contemporary woven textiles; inspired by a dynamic mix of human and natural influences. Traditional techniques are updated using the latest computerised hand-weaving and industrial technology. Materials range from organic natural fibres to neoprene to recycled ropes.
ISANA creates contemporary designs inspired by Asia. Combining intricate patterns with beautiful packaging the ISANA range provides a perfect gift. Products for the home and fashion accessories.
Based in Glasgow, Anne Lindsay designs contemporary jewellery and silverware, having studied at Edinburgh College of Art and worked with some of Scotland's most respected jewellers.
Inspired by unusual patterns and surface textures, Anne's prizewinning work is exhibited in galleries across the UK. Anne works in silver and gold to create individual and unusual jewellery and silverware. Apart from existing designs Anne will work to commission and can also adapt existing designs to suit individual requirements.
I design distinctive original furniture for a range of private and corporate clients. I use native timbers wherever possible and always from a sustainable source.
My aim is to produce furniture which is inspiring, tactile and sings 'quality' to the viewer.