3D/2D has more than twenty years experience of organising quality selling events, large and small. We can vouch for the enduring popularity of events that unite makers, artists and designers with the buying public.
The 3D/2D ethos is simple: to provide the buying public with direct access to exhibitors who are selling only their own work.
My collection of jewellery is inspired by a personal love for historical repeat pattern design, particularly floral. I reference floral architectural carvings to provide a link between two and three dimensional ornamentation. I explore aspects of the drawn line, the past and 'vintage' in my work.
My jewellery is made from carved and stained faux ivory, silver gilt, 18ct gold, antique cut semi-precious stones, beads and pearls. Prices range from £30 -£1200
Lighting, furniture, mirrors, door handles, gadgets, clocks, architectural hardware, gates and grills, shop signage , jewellery, props, objet d'art and metal sculpture.
The Real Sgian Dubh Company uses natural materials and traditional methods to create exquisite hand-crafted knives of distinction. The use of real materials and real craftsmanship mean that each of our sgian dubhs is uniquely beautiful. That's what makes us different.
I hand make contemporary jewellery which echoes the past.
I love collections of old objects like in junk shops, attics and museums. I have spent time travelling through South America and the west coast of Scotland researching my own family ties and through this, sourcing inspiration.
Unique hand crafted copper & silver jewellery, handmade in Orkney.
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.
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.
Angus and Mack is a small furniture making company based on the outskirts of Edinburgh specialising in bespoke fine furniture and carpentry. Our work encompasses everything from public sculpture to children's seating. We also mill and dry all our own locally sourced hardwood's.