Exclusively Highlands has over 70 members from the Highlands of Scotland who produce a wide range of the finest quality arts and crafts, both traditional and contemporary.
Our members include jewellers, representing many different disciplines such as silversmithing, enamelling, glass-making and wire-work.
In textiles we have handbags, bags and purses to suit all tastes. Wearables such as capes, scarves, millinery, knitwear. Homewares such as cushions and throws. Fabrics range from silks, felts to tweeds.
For home-making we have stunning wooden bowls. Mirrors made from reclaimed wood. Unique and beautiful chopping boards. Miniature paintings, sculpture and even furniture made from whisky barrels.
Exclusively Highlands members also include a good handful of potters who each have their own very individual styles - lustreware, bright and cheerful, chic, rustic and modern.
Glass artists make a wide range of items in different styles, from modern clocks to traditional stained glass.
And many more members making unique items such as pens crafted from whisky barrels and collectible glass birds and animals.
Exclusively Highlands members exhibit and sell their wares at a series of Exclusively Highlands held throughout the year in the North and North-East of Scotland.
The venues used for exhibitions are always of interest in their own right, either historically or architecturally, including many fine Castles.
Our members are skilled at putting together beautiful displays, befitting of the venues we exhibit at.
Visitors also have the opportunity to speak to the makers themselves and sometimes see the crafters at work. As our members are all extremely knowledgeable within their field this adds to the experience and also offers reassurance about the provenance of every single item for sale at an Exclusively Highlands Event.
Year Established: 2006
This year Exclusively Highlands has doubled the number of events due to demand.
We are holding the North's biggest Event of its kind at the Bishop's Palace, Eden Court, Inverness this December.
In spite of rapid growth we never compromise on quality
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