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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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Imagine North

category: Mixed Media and Recycled   

region: Scotland   

I am an Artist and maker. I use my sewing machine the way a painter uses a brush. Each line is guided by my hand. I create small 2 and 3 dimensional pieces in thread. Each piece is unique. They are poetic moments, a visual form of Haiku. Dream like images, contemplative, quiet, devoid of detail, suggestive of a narrative. I studied sculpture and Fine Art at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen and have a BA (Hons) and a MA Fine Art. My subject is the idea of North. My work is influenced by the wilder places, by poetry and prose. I work from my small studio within the beautiful Cairngorm National Park in the Scottish Highlands. Unique embroidered artworks from £25.

address: Aboyne, Aberdeenshire

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Iron Vein

category: 3D Sculptural Work   Blacksmithing   Metalwork   

region: Wales   

Iron Vein steel sculpture is the work resulting from the collaboration between artists Victoria Govan and Richard Warner.
Drawing inspiration from the natural world, they produce beautiful organiform sculptures which can withstand the weather outdoors but look equally magical in interior settings. Furniture also available, and commissions accepted for either.

address: Llynwel, Maesmawr, Welshpool, Powys, Mid Wales SY21 9DD

telephone: 01938 850380


Isabel K-J Denyer

category: Ceramics   

region: North East   

My thrown stoneware pots are reduction fired in a gas kiln. Form and function are integral to the work and my objective is to make pots to be used, cherished and cooked in and to enhance the presentation of food.
The ripples of water as it eddies and swirls around objects fascinate me as do marks on pebbles, lichen and stonemason’s chisel marks on Yorkshire barns. These are represented by imprints and sgraffitto and with the three dot ‘Cintamani’ motif are on-going inspirations.

address: Wighill House, Wighill, nr Tadcaster, North Yorkshire LS24 8BG

telephone: 01937 835632

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Isabel Weinberg

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: London   South East   

I make ceramic and mixed media jewellery and novelties using handmade egyptian paste and other ceramic beads in a variety of finishes including raku and lustre. I also enjoy making chainmaille pieces and incorporating semi-precious stones, silver clay and polymer clay accents into my ceramic necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

address: 7 Dalkeith Grove, Stanmore HA7 4SQ

telephone: 07802333642


Izabela Motyl

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

I make jewellery and accessories mostly using crochet hook. I am inspired by this technique and its versatility. All my life I am learning new things about this and finding new ways to use it. My work is made 99% from natural materials, semiprecious stones and silver, sometimes I use gold vermeil in my jewellery, too. I like to think that my designs offer something unique for people seeking something special.

address: Taplow SL6 0NQ

telephone: 07988037296

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J&D Field Contemporary Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: North West   

John and Dawn Field have worked together since graduating in the late 1980’s.
They collaborate on several jewellery ranges. In one, stencils are rolled into silver, then, rather than making matching partners, one earring will have a vividly coloured stone and the other will have some brass decoration.
John also works on one-off pieces. His treatment of the richly coloured natural materials give them a timeless and sometimes mystical feel. The jewellery often has its own stand or lives in its own box.
Meanwhile, Dawn draws on her Fine Art background, using strong imagery including mythical creatures such as Pegasus.

address: P.O. Box 228, Holmfirth HD9 9BF

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Jacqueline Beavington

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

Jacqueline Beavington designs and makes comtemporary silver jewellery in her workshop in Bristol. Influenced by the urban environment her jewellery depicts the images around her. Texture is used to reflect the worn look of street life and derelict buildings; graffitti inspires the use of symbols and parks the images of birds. Along with city life, her designs constantly evolve and develop resulting in an ever changing range of very wearable modern jewellery.