Lochcarron of Scotland manufacture woven fabrics, accessories, Highland wear and knitwear. Over 1,200 patterns of family and clan tartans are available in stock, in a variety of different weights.
Jim Whitson is an artist blacksmith based in the Scottish Borders but works throughout the Uk. He designs and creates one off, contemporary and traditional, hand forged and fabricated pieces.
A collection of the inhabitants of the fantasy land of Celtic Legend. Each figure is an individual sculpture of stoneware and porcelain clays, no moulds are used in production. This gives each piece life and individuality which can be created in no other way. Every one is supplied boxed with its own legend giving a description of its character.
Josephine Kin Chin Morton is a Chinese Malaysian who is one of very few, if not the only, artisan in the UK who understands the history and symbolism of this unique art form.
I live and work in the Scottish Borders where I design and make contemporary Scottish Textile products. I work mainly using scrap tweeds which are produced locally and combine these with new and other recycled fabrics, vintage buttons and beads to create a unique range of products. These include handbags, shoulder bags, lavender purses, corsages, brooches, lavender hearts, hats, Cannie men, Frumpy Fairies and applique pictures.
Hand-blown 24% lead crystal bowl and platters in jewel colours. Each piece is unique, with a hand-drawn design sandblasted into the coloured surface.
I design and produce a wide range of jewellery, mostly limited production. I work with precious metals; primarily silver and precious and semi-precious gems. I like exploring new techniques and materials. I am continually developing new ideas and designs and enjoy working on commissions.
Glowing wax and resin millefiore lampshades. Unique lighting from the Scottish Borders using totally innovative award-winning techniques.
Kittiwake Design design make home decors using old wood to create something new. We use various reclaimed wood and driftwood along with other materials to make our range of home decors.
Laura Cameron combines new and recycled silver with sea glass and sea pottery found along the south east coast of Scotland to create naturally antiqued and eco friendly jewellery.
The central focus of each piece is the re-emerging beauty of the long discarded piece of glass or pottery.