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.
Caroline Smith is a jewellery maker based in Edinburgh. Using unusual materials such as broken car lights, she explores structure, line and optical illusion.
Gaelo Jewellery; we specialise in designing and making unique, high quality necklaces and bracelets. These are made from gold, silver and semi precious stones.
Sweet Chestnut Designs owned by Catherine White produces both tiaras and bridal jewellery and an ever growing range of every day and occasion pieces.
Catriona makes contemporary silversmithing and jewellery using mainly silver and often incorporates gold details. Her work is delicate in style with subtle tones of a floral influence. Plant forms and structure have been the inspiration for her work. She uses traditional techniques such as scoring and folding, hand raising, forging, hammered textures and kumbo which is a process for applying gold foil to the surface of silver.
Ceàrd offers the best of Scottish Contemporary Craft from a characterful shop in the heart of Ullapool.
Kiln fired enamel on copper jewellery and gifts, hand made in the Highlands of Scotland for the quality retail gift and craft outlet. Each item is individually made but economically priced.
Celina Rupp's jewellery is designed and made in Orkney. From a small workshop in Holm, she creates collections inspired by Orkney’s beautiful landscape and heritage. With over 12 years experience working in the local jewellery trade, Rupp has mastered the fine skills required to produce her beautiful handcrafted pieces of silver and gold jewellery.
Originally from the Isle of Islay, I trained in Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee. After graduating I moved to Edinburgh to study silversmithing at night class and now work from a shared studio and gallery space called Such and Such.
I work primarily with silver to create individually hand crafted pieces. My designs are heavily influenced by the stories, wildlife and landscape of home.