Tree sculptures for woodland walks and gardens, totem poles plus commissions large and small for all woodcarving projects.
Glass artist Jimmy Trainor has been manipulating glass for over 30 years. He works from a small glass studio based in the coastal town of Irvine in Ayrshire.
By using only the assistance of a pair of long nosed pliers he can produce a varied assortment of glass ornamental items. One of the favourite items with overseas visitors is his original designed glass Scottish thistle.
Jude's Jewels jewellery is designed and lovingly handcrafted Causewayhead, near Stirling, for the individual look.
Specialists in Handmade Designer Jewellery and Celebrity Trend Fashion Styles. From Classic to Funky, Cool to Punky, we have it all.
Jules Interiors designs and makes bespoke soft furnishings to their customers requirements giving advice and guidance all the way to the completed project.
I make large pieces of sculpture for the garden. They are made of 18 gauge galvanised mesh and dipped in zinc or copper oxide. Each sculpture is individual and lifesize. Generally they represent an animal of some kind. I make drawings and take measurements and photos of my subjects so the result has the character of the creature and glanced quickly shocks the viewer into believing its the real thing.
Julie uses willow to produces a range of quality traditional baskets including log baskets, shopping baskets, cradles, and lobster pots. She has also developed her own contemporary designs including lamps and sculptural work.
At Juniper & Jane's open craft studio, gallery and gift shop you can watch Sam and Jane creating textile gifts, homewares and artwork, and purchase directly from the makers.
I work mainly in Sterling silver together with semi-precious and lab grown faceted gemstones. My inspiration stems from the rich colours and background of Egypt, my home country. The intenseness of Lab Rubies, Amethysts and Emeralds lead themselves to bold designs that result in jewellery that makes a statement, designs that could be worn by a Queen.
Keith and Beryl Dawdry are long established artist / potters. Their studios are in Pinmore, off the A714, 4 miles south of Girvan, South Ayrshire. Their work is inspired by the spectacularly enigmatic world of the ancient Celts, Carrick’s Pictish heritage and its’ unique raw materials for the potters’ art. Beryl sculpts figurative pieces, exploring romantic links with the ancients. Keith throws vessels for functional use in special occasions and decorative use within lifestyle interiors. They often combine their skills for commissions.
The finest quality beads, findings and gemstones used to create one off pieces, competitive prices for a quality product handmade in Scotland, by a Scottish designer.