Individual jewellery that involves the use of gold and includes the development of a unique clamping method for the setting of precious stones.
Jewellery that also combines the use of acrylic with gold and gemstones.
Contemporary Jeweller specialising in photographic etching using her own photography as inspiration. Roisin strives to make tactile and playful jewellery.
I have come to furniture making from a furniture history and antique restoration background and I make items of furniture including chairs, cupboards and chests utilising salvaged wood. The work is inspired by British vernacular furniture of the 16th-19th century but the resulting objects are of a contemporary nature.
I have an improvised approach to making work where the individual found materials are what inspire and often dictate the resulting piece of furniture.
Traditional stained and painted glass makers.
Ronnie moved from Port Patrick on the West Coast of Scotland to North Berwick on the East Coast in 2005. His work is influenced by boats, the sea and our interaction with it. His work is made using a combination of slab, pinch and throwing techniques. He incorporates objects found while beach combing; this might involve melting sea glass into a boat or mounting work on driftwood. All Ronnie’s work is individually made, hand crafted and unique.
I am a luthier based in Edinburgh making a range of flat top acoustic guitars. I've always been fascinated by stringed instruments, always inquisitive about the way they are made and how they work. My approach is one of question and experiment, understanding why things are the way they are and whether things can be changed. I believe that nothing is set in stone when it comes to acoustics.
Rose Candy is a craft company based in Fife, Scotland, that specialises in handmade felt jewellery.
I am a Glasgow based silversmith and jewellery designer. All pieces are created by me from conception through to completion in my tiny studio where I spend many happy hours.
Diyanne Ross is based in the North West Highlands, whilst specialising in Stained Glass, She also works with Mosaic and is an accomplished Oil Painter.
I design furniture and architectural joinery in an Arts & Crafts or Art Nouveau style (1890-1910), from kitchens and garden studios to beds and dining tables, with front doors, bookcases and radiator covers a specialty. I regularly use stained glass, beaten copper, and engravings in my work. Almost everything is bespoke; there are few objects generally for sale.