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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

Salisbury based jeweller Helen Noakes is widely recognised in the jewellery community for her beautifully executed work in resin and silver. Following a chance discovery of a single set of miniatures and a book on resin, Helen quickly developed an obsession with combining the two into her varied and stunning collection. Now selling across the country […]

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Helena Rudkin Handmade Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Midlands   

Helena Rudkin Handmade Jewellery is handcrafted by Helena who individually makes each piece in her Derbyshire Dales workshop.
Helena is intrigued by the narratives conveyed through the making process and draws inspiration from the construction, forming and manipulation of reticulated and fused silver. She has always needed to handle and play with her materials to understand their unique qualities and potential. She takes pleasure in the surprise of discovering a new form or texture or a new way of handling a material which changes its appearance and gives it a new identity.
Helena completed her fine art and education degree in Lincoln with first class honours and has used her artistic talents to educate the younger generation and develop her own creative journey.

telephone: 07821156951

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category: Furniture & Wood   

region: London   

Christopher Burley of Heliconia Furniture designs and makes contemporary re-imaginings of 20th century classics from the Edwardian decorative to the simple lines of the mid-century modern. His inspiration varies from the extremes of post war architecture to the soft nostalgia of the Arts & Crafts movement. Whether you are considering adapting an existing Heliconia piece […]

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Henrietta Fernandez

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

I design and make understated, contemporary silver jewellery. Size ranges from tiny ear studs to bold necklaces and bangles.
I studied Jewellery at Middlesex Polytechnic and apprenticed with Wendy Ramshaw in the 80’s.
Ideas for my work currently come from my love of 60’s graphic design, floral patterns and repeat pattern in textile design.
I’m meticulous about detail and finish and pieces I make are extremely precise. Everything is handmade and finished by me at my workbench.
I hand pierce one-offs and use small batch production techniques, like casting, for some elements of my work – all made originally from my own handmade masters.
Oxidised silver, 18 ct yellow gold, resins and beautiful stones accent my jewellery, adding depth and luxury.
I apply a fine-papered finished by hand giving my work an elegant satin finish.

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category: Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: Midlands   

I work from my garden studio in Staffordshire, UK. I have had a lifelong obsession with collecting time worn textiles, haberdashery and paper ephemera. These fabrics and papers I enjoy incorporating with various techniques, into textile based, mixed media, hand embroidered pieces. I usually incorporate animal and character designs too, working all these elements into […]

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Heron Design Studio

category: Fashion Accessories   

region: London   

Heron Design Studio specializes in textile design. At the moment my main focus is on hand-painted fashion accessories such as silk scarves, shawls and hand painted silk wall art. As I am passionate about nature, most of my designs reflect this.
I am classically trained fine artist but I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of wearable art. So naturally, painting on silk has come as the best idea. Heron Design Studio aims to create such wearable pieces of art that will be timeless and versatile. Every piece that is created is unique.
Every design is sketched first on a piece of paper. That is followed by colours being carefully picked. After that the scarf is painted (free hand) with no stencils or aids. Small imperfections are just a part of hand painting process and make the painting unique and unrepeatable. Each of the motives created has different technique (metallic outliner or watercolour technique etc) and different material (different types of silk fabrics) used. That is because suitability is carefully considered.

address: Flat 41, 17 Fawe Street, London E14 6FD

telephone: 07783197691

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Hollie Bailey Handwoven Textiles

category: Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   Textiles - Clothing   

region: Midlands   

Hollie Bailey is a dynamic hand weaver, producing beautifully crafted original pieces from her studio in Leicestershire.
Her fabric designs are a brilliant mix of traditionally executed construction using regular weave structures, combined with a more contemporary play on yarn properties, resulting in a unique range of woven textiles.
She is already an accredited designer whose fabrics are recognizable by their award winning unique style.
This trademark style is recognisable by its movement and individuality. The creation of these pieces is achieved by expertly manipulating the shrinking nature of woollen yarns, alongside stable yarns, creating soft textures and undulating surface qualities, resulting in wonderfully unusual one off fabrics.
Hollie indulges her unique and distinct style with sumptuous fibre choices of soft lambswool and lustrous silks, creating a well-balanced contrast of tactile textures and opulent designs. This, combined with her innate use of colour makes Hollie’s fabric desirable and divine.

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Holly Young

category: Fashion Accessories   

region: South West   

The South West’s leading contemporary milliner, Holly Young has fast become the go-to girl when it comes to expertly crafted and classically beautiful millinery and accessories. Holly specializes in bespoke bridal and occasion wear hats, but also has ready-to-wear collections available to buy or hire.
Holly studied Costume Design for the Performing Arts at the London College of Fashion in 2003-06 and has worked for both Philip Treacy and Jane Taylor in London.
You can rest assured that when wearing a Holly Young accessory you will feel truly fabulous. Want to make your own hat? Holly runs creative hen party workshops, weekend courses and private tuition too.

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Home Front Vintage

category: Fashion Accessories   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: Yorkshire   

Home Front Vintage specialises in rescuing genuine ‘escape and evasion’ silk maps that pilots and Special Forces hid inside their uniforms in case they needed to escape from enemy territory during WW2 and the Cold War. We remake the damaged pieces of map into fabulous gifts and accessories; perfect for people who value British history and provenance. We are often asked how we print the maps onto silk; We don’t! All our products are made from the genuine maps printed by the military during the 1940s and 1950s. We produce a wide range of items, from greetings cards with pin badge and piece of genuine map, to limited edition cushions, and can make bespoke items using parts of maps that mean something to the recipient. All our products come gift boxed in recycled packaging with information about the history and provenance of the maps included.

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Hook and Teasel by Claire Stonier

category: Fashion Accessories   Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

I am a contemporary maker creating freeform crochet and fibre art wearable necklace and collar pieces using fine textiles with silk, merino, steel fibres and yarns. Inspired by natural forms, botanics, nature, wild flowers and anything colourful and architectural.

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