Fiona Rutherford is an artist specialising in tapestry weaving. Her work is highly narrative; containing simple abstract imagery infused with a love of colour.
Greetings from Leith are a social enterprise based in Edinburgh. We have our own ethical greetings card range, which is both hand crafted and eco friendly.
Our cards stand out on the market because of our strong designs and the fact they are miniature pieces of three dimensional art. The sale of our cards provides work for people from socially disadvantaged backgrounds. Ask about our "send to your friend" option, where we will hand write your message and post it to your loved one.
Han-Chieh Chuang is a Scottish based Taiwanese jewellery maker, who makes beautiful art jewellery mainly out of metal and enamel.
UK's leading ethical events company provides high footfall events for Scottish, Fair Trade and ethical producers. We organise various events on Castle Street in the heart of Edinburgh throughout the year, during Easter, The Festival and Christmas periods.
Lampwork glass jewellery, handmade glass beads, and lampwork lessons, based in Edinburgh.
Honey Pot Ceramics is the premier destination in Edinburgh, for all ages to experience a range of arts and craft activities, in a friendly creative environment.
H O R U S is a collection of minimalist silver and gold jewellery, for men and women.
Exploring texture, form and colour through the use of uncut semi precious stones.
I handcraft clay scultures, stonefinished and/or glazed, and handcraft clay pots, hand painted and glazed.
I also draw, original fine art drawings, which I etch in metal to make limited edition etching prints of the images.
Jennifer Gray (MA RCA) is a Designer/Maker of jewellery and objects. Her work is sold through London based Galleries and Design shops, she also works to commission.
Jenny Pope is a visual artist based in Edinburgh at the Edinburgh Ceramic Studio at Coburg House, working in ceramics, jewellery and sculptural concrete.
She makes unique porcelain and silver brooches and pendants, inspired by the sea. As an avid beachcomber, her work reflects ideas around collecting found man-made objects. Imagery comes from rocks, worn bones and rusty metal.