Fairbairn produces contemporary hand made jewellery inspired by the 1920's. Every aspect of the Great Gatsby era creatively influences her, from the elegance and drama of the jazz age, to the decoration and styling of the garments, the adornment of glamour and the sense of excitement.
Carol Jenkins' jewellery is wearable every day jewellery hand crafted from copper and silver. Some items incorporate precious and semi-precious gemstones.
Opening the door for the new Scottish/European style, Glasgow’s most elite designer, Carol Lepick launches her new fashion label later this year at London Fashion Week. Described as the new Jean Muir, Lepick’s collection is expensive, exclusive and timeless, designed to hang beside Chanel and Balenciaga.
Contemporary jewellery based on Scotland, using photographs and semi-precious stones to create one-off pieces.
Caroline is a Fife based designer / jeweller who makes bold and unique one-off pieces of jewellery. If asked what inspires her she has no idea where all the shape and form in her head comes from and just allows her thoughts to transfer themselves into the finished work which can make the process very organic and always unique
My jewellery is inspired by a fascination with optical illusion and how the eye can be deceived. I achieve this by creating pieces which explore the bold, bright colours and shapes of the Op Art movement and how this translated into fashion at the time.
Gaelo Jewellery; we specialise in designing and making unique, high quality necklaces and bracelets. These are made from gold, silver and semi precious stones.
Stand out from the crowd and dare to be different...............
Every piece of jewellery I make is a unique and original creation.
Inspired by the beautiful Scottish landscapes and scenery, I manipulate, hammer and fold the silver until I achieve the disired effect.
Sweet Chestnut Designs owned by Catherine White produces both tiaras and bridal jewellery and an ever growing range of every day and occasion pieces.
Contemporary Glass and Glass Jewellery. Functional and sculptural forms and vessels. Importance of colour, layering, pattern and texture. Use of hot and cold techniques to create individual pieces with a graphic bent/twist. Bold colour and subtle tones are used to create pattern while cold working creates pattern and surface texture.