Patterns of Light sells a variety of unique and beautiful gifts, made in the studio by Jenny and Nic. The shop also sells other carefully selected treasures, many sourced locally.
Macdonald Armouries creates high quality handcrafted edged weaponry. Specialising in European historical swords from Bronze Age through to 19th century, weaponry is made to the same dimensions, weight and balance as original museum pieces and are constructed for contact use in historical swordsmanship.
Fallen Tree is about simple, contempory furniture. Striving to make furniture that is functional, classic and unpretentious in design.
We are situated on Edinburgh's southside and have supplied the local community directly since 1988. We handthrow a varied and extensive range of individually made stoneware in glazes we have developed over thirty years. We also make some slip decorated,carved, sgraffito pieces and a small amount of porcelain.
Working primarily in metal and porcelain Edie takes inspiration from childhood stories and illustrations. This is translated to her jewellery by drawn and carved elements. The allure of the drawn line is something that has always inspired Edie and whilst much of her jewellery is abstract, some pieces present a narrative and by using well known tales, such as Little Red Riding Hood, the viewer can often relate to the piece on a personal level, "contemporary craft can be very insular, by using popular imagery, the work can be understood by everyone".
Edinburgh Based Textile Artist Pauline Lam At 'Avoir Le Sac' specialises in uniquely designed hand-made bags, cushions and wall hangings. All designs are original and exclusive and many are one off pieces.
Working in a variety of fabrics ranging from velvet to tweed, silk to tartan, printed cottons and vintage materials. Strong emphasis is placed on texture, of particular interest is the manipulation and layering of contrasting fabrics to create additional tactile dimension.
Simple, elegant products, hand-made in Scotland using Harris Tweed.
Useful and beautiful objects turned in wood, sometimes decorated with carving, colour or texture.
After several years working in church restoration of Stained Glass, Peter Gillies has set up his own Studio workshop & Gallery in Glasgow.
Using traditional skills and mixing them with a new approach & ideas to produce an exciting range of glass work.
Studio Workshop & Gallery of Peter Gillies, Stained Glass Craftsman & Artist.
Open door Tuesday to Saturday 10am / 6pm.