Fascinators designed for wedding and special occasions. These can be ordered ready made or customised to match specific colours or designs.
In 2009 a furniture maker and an architect got to talking (they also got to marrying....but that came later) together they established a studio in Linlithgow - in the heart of Scotland - and set about designing and making remarkable furniture and objects that celebrated ingenuity, detail and the magic of the process
Marisa & Callum
Designers & Makers
I make knitted and hand woven felted luxury wearables, accessories and interior items from my Studio in Perthshire.
I use Traditional and Contemporary hand skills to produce unique investment pieces.
Luxury Supersoft Lambswool is my main fibre source, others include, Merino, Silk, Blue Faced Leicester, Alpaca, and Cashmere.
Monica creates collections, one off and limited editions in sterling silver with gemstone settings.
I create traditional Orkney brides cogs and handcrafted name plates for houses and boats from reclaimed hardwood when possible. I also make handcrafted pens and wine bottle stoppers from various hardwoods available on request.
Michael Sinclair, Wood turner. Corporate gifts, wooden bowls decorative turnings and wall hangings using local Orkney timber and Scottish hardwoods. Predominantly using a VB36 lathe, embellishing pieces with power and hand carving. Enhancing natural fissures with silver staples, leather and sisal. Greatly influenced in his work by the beauty of the sea and landscape of the Orkney islands.
Moray's only purpose built art centre, running local and international programme of exhibitions, events and classes, situated in the stunning landscape of Findhorn Bay, Moray.
Morning Glass produce contemporary original stained glass windows, skylights and panels on a commission basis. We can also offer friendly advice on any aspect of stained glass, from initial design to final installation.
My Solution Gifts is an independent online boutique dedicated to offering customers unique, unusual and personal gifts which are not available on the high street.
Naomi Mcintosh investigates with jewellery/objects how spaces that surround the body are perceived. Thinking of the pieces as ‘Wearable Drawings’ and the body as a landscape.