Unique gold, silver & gemstone jewellery, handmade in Orkney.
Fursbreck Pottery, based in Orkney, is run by potter Andrew Appleby who produces hand thrown pottery.
Aurora's philosophy is simple: to perfect and maintain high standards of original jewellery design and take pride in a product painstakingly hand crafted the traditional way in the Scottish islands of Orkney.
I work mainly in woven tapestry and printmaking. The imagery used in the works is essentially abstract in character. I work in a variety of scales from miniature to large scale.
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.
Celina Rupp's jewellery is designed and made in Orkney. From a small workshop in Holm, she creates collections inspired by Orkney’s beautiful landscape and heritage. With over 12 years experience working in the local jewellery trade, Rupp has mastered the fine skills required to produce her beautiful handcrafted pieces of silver and gold jewellery.
Felt and print studio on small organic farm on island off South Ronaldsay on Orkney. The felts are colourful wall pieces made from sheep's fleece and depict fluid designs inspired by life and movement. Largest size is 4' x 6'. The prints are strong images mainly of wildlife on silks and cottons ranging from cards to large pieces.
Sui Generis embraces the full spectrum of woodwork: bookbinding (some with carved and wooden bound covers), carving, furniture making and designing, joinery, leaded light work, marquetry, upholstery, restoration. These are just a selection of the skills and talents available by this master craftsman.
Raku means pleasure enjoyment, and is the name given to this type of pottery.
Jo works with mixed media, combining dyed and painted fabrics with fleece and felt, embellished by hand and machine embroidery, couching, quilting and beading.