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Alex Yule Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: London   

I draw inspiration for my jewellery from former influences & love of natural forms, inheriting my father’s interest in wild flowers and love of beach-combing rocky coastlines.

My Urchin and Mussel collections are created from tiny silver casts taken from real sea urchins and mussel shells, which I turn into delicate silver jewellery using traditional techniques, applying surface finishes such as enamel, oxidisation and gold detail. The tiny urchins in my work measure 10mm in diameter, the small mussel shells approx. 10mm in length. Pieces from my collections, range from £45- £300.

I studied at Sir John Cass and City Lit in London. In 2014 I was delighted to receive a ‘Gold Award’ in the ‘Craft & Design Selected Awards 2014’ for Jewellery & Precious Metals having received the ‘Silver Award’ in 2013.

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category: Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: London   

Archana is a London based Textile Artist specialising in stitch and Fine art textiles. She collects and works with found memory artefacts through which she is exploring the interplay between memory, place and identity. Often these artefacts are old maps that bring forth the evolving nature of boundaries, both physical as well as emotional. She […]

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Bask Bindery

category: Leather   Paper   

region: London   

Bask Bindery is noted for its fresh approach to the age-old profession, the bindery is set to shake up the industry with its handbound journals uniquely fused with striking collages designed to be covetable by the beholder and beyond. All pieces produced by Bask Bindery are designed to have the “oooh factor”. Truly individual, each piece is made by hand with high quality materials and include detail such as hot foil tooling, suede or leather onlays to add extra dimension to the collages.

All journals are Bradel Bindings. Bradel binding can be traced back to the 18th Century and the bookbinder has juxtaposed this traditional binding form with vivid modern collage designs to create standout handmade designs that retain functionality. For example, each journal can open fully. Each collage was digitally printed before covering the outer boards to create a truly distinctive handmade journal. Prices start at £95 for a Bask Bindery passport holder, ranging up to £120 for a handmade A4 journal. Bespoke commissions are welcomed.

telephone: 07958438177

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Blighty Brights

category: Mixed Media and Recycled   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: London   

Blighty Brights Studio offers original textile art, in the form of handmade, needlework cushions, made using materials found in charity shops. It is amazing how much fabric and craft materials turn up in charity shops. I’m always thrilled to find long stitch kits or old sewing baskets with tapestry wools.  It is a joy compiling something new and unique using retrieved, recovered and rescued materials.  The price range is generally under £100. The inspirations are largely drawn from childhood images with a contemporary twist.

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category: Printmaking   

region: London   

My work is inspired by a love of the natural world, and an interest in folklore and fairy tales. The flora and fauna of the English countryside is a reoccurring theme and I like to draw creatures well known in the landscape and part of English folklore. I’m also slightly obsessed with pattern and decoration! […]

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category: Ceramics   

region: London   

I am a ceramicist and linocut printmaker based in Greenwich, London. For my hand built ceramics I explore abstract mark making using textures and mono print techniques on greenware clay with colour clay slips and oxides. At the next stage I use matt and shiny glazes and wax resist to create different surface effects. My main body of work is […]

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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: London   

After gaining a degree in Fashion Design, I originally started learning traditional metal smithing techniques, and making silver jewellery as a hobby. After many requests to make things for other people, I set up my business, originally at workbench in the corner of my kitchen. I now work from a studio in my London garden; […]

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Consuelo Radclyffe

category: Ceramics   

region: London   

I am a ceramic artist, specialising in 3-D sculptures but also making quirky functional objects such as vases, plates etc. Childhood memories are my main inspiration. My figures are often described as dark, joyful and weird and are made from clay, wire, and clothes designed uniquely for them. I also add fabric, papers, bits of wire, or anything that supplements the composition, stimulating further interpretation.

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Debbie Carlton

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: London   

Debbie’s bold and innovative jewellery designs often combine metal and polymers to create colourful and stylish one-off pieces. She is intrigued by the relationship of colour and texture, and what can be achieved to create shape and form through modelling and a few simple tools. She is a passionate advocate of these dynamic and innovative products and teaches one to one and small groups from her studio in North West London for both beginners and advanced students.

telephone: 07967 978061

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Elena Hall Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: London   

Colourful handmade and hand knitted jewellery in recycled silver, copper and semi-precious stones. Elena Hall Jewellery combines age-old techniques with bright and modern hues, to create contemporary, structured and original jewellery drawing inspiration from embroidery.

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