Bryony Knox designs and makes Silver pieces which are both sculptural and functional. Her interactive pieces covering various scales from kinetic brooches to automated tableware, vases and decanters.Bryony's experience as Artist in Residence at Edinburgh Zoo has informed her recent collection- a series of kinetic silver objects, with function and form inspired by the essence of animals and birds. Her work also explores the combination of colourful glass or antique objects and contemporary chased silver, creating functional silverware with a twist.
I create extra special original bouquets with an individual touch. Whether you choose a beautiful Brooch or Button bouquet you will be guaranteed an individual keepsake bouquet that will reflect your style.
Caledonian Casting (CC) is a new independent casting bureau based in Glenrothes, Fife. CC aims to serve the independent jewellery designer/maker community in Scotland
Cally designs and weaves one-off scarves, wraps and other textiles. Her speciality is mixing fibres and colours in unexpected combinations for rich visual and textural effects.
The company CARi and Co has been making creative and innovative products of quality for the past 17 years - earning five Gift of the Year awards and seven Gift of the Year short-listings for design and contribution to the industry.
Carla Edwards designs and makes contemporary resin jewellery from her workshop in Leith, Edinburgh.
Carmel Starr Wilkinson-Ayre is a multi-disciplinary designer and ceramicist, who primarily works with porcelain and textiles. CSWA_ designs and makes colourful ceramic based products for the home and body.
Pict Pocket, fun functional textiles using part-natural, part-recycled materials.
Inspired by Scottish themes and textile, it's all about tradition with a twist.
I am a weaver and I live and work in Westray Orkney. I trained at Shetland College on their Contemporary Textiles course.
I enjoy the whole process of weaving from the initial idea, through the designing the warp and setting up of the loom to the actual weaving and then the grand finale of taking the textile off the loom and finishing it.