In 2014 Elaine Henderson was the last ceramic specialist to graduate from a Scottish art school.
En-case Orkney is the leather craft making project of Emma Ainsley, an artist who works sculpturally with leather and other textiles. En-case pieces are colourful highly original designs with a sense of fun. The ever developing range includes bangles, cuffs and more sculptural wearables.
Beads & Masterpieces would like to introduce the craft of beaded embroidery.
You will get a terrific result with tiny efforts - unique piece of art and attractive decoration for your home.
Fraser Anderson Produces award winning Orkney Straw back chairs both traditional and innovative modern designs.
As Fraser makes each item to order, he can make it to your exact wishes.
Heather Croy of Orkney Bracelets creates traditional sterling silver wirework jewellery with a Viking flavour. Inspired by her local surroundings and its history her designs have a timeless and wearable quality.
In conjunction with this Croy also makes glass beads and is currently expanding into larger more complex glasswork items such as fused jewellery pieces and leaded stained glass work.
Hilary Grant is a luxury knitwear label that focuses on craftsmanship, using high grade lambswool to create beautiful, colourful and practical Scottish knitwear.
The Hoxa Tapestry Gallery produces hand woven tapstries, hand woven rugs and art prints. Artists Leila Thomson and daughter Johan, ECA graduates.
Woollen fashion and furnishing accessories.
The company is based on Westray, one of the most northerly of the Orkney Isles, and creates an exclusive range of interior and fashion accessories.
The prices are low not because of poor quality but because I don't put a massive profit margin on as I'm doing this not as a business but as a recreational and artistic outlet as I am unable to work due to disability.
As a consequence a creation might take me an hour but can also take me a month.
I'm still learning and my love is gemstones, wirework, clay work, enamelling, metalwork and of the jewellery I make my kilt pins and Angels I love making the most. When I first started in 2007 no one made kilt pins made into brooches now many do so I copyrighted my designs in January 2014
I use mixed media and I like to pride myself it's not just putting charms on as anyone can do that but I do my own drilling, soldering, enamelling, gluing, cold fusion as well as wirework and metalwork.
I can attempt any design you wish to have made or discuss with me a design I could make