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Gemma Wightman Ceramics

category: Ceramics   

region: London   

Gemma Wightman makes an exciting range of hand thrown porcelain tableware. Exploring the wonders of porcelain, she manipulates forms so that they look as fresh as when they were first created on the potter’s wheel.
Each piece entices you to touch it with their deep thrown lines and sumptuous curves. Gemma takes great pleasure in knowing that her pieces are an enjoyment to those that use them.
Gemma formulates her own glazes in order to produce the subtle variations in tone of both the shiny turquoise and satin cream glazes. Before the final firing the pieces are individually dipped in the glaze.
Gemma trained in the early 2000s, firstly at the Surrey Institute of Art & Design in Farnham and then on the Bath Spa University Ceramics degree course under the esteemed tutorage of Felicity Aylieff and Takeshi Yasuda.

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Georgina Fowler

category: Ceramics   Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Midlands   

I’m a ceramic designer, I make slip cast earthenware vessels and bowls. These are all handmade using moulds I have also made. These are decorated with transfers with patterns that I have designed myself from my own drawings. These are inspired by fairy tales and the surreal. I studied at Hereford College of Arts, graduating in Summer 2010.
I also make ceramic jewellery pieces, which are all handmade and have my transfers on them.
Price range: £10 – £130.

address: Hereford

telephone: 01432 352629

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Gillian Hulse

category: Glass   

region: South West   

Gillian makes kiln formed glass panels, bowls, arcs and dishes inspired by nature. Gillian also makes abstract pieces. She exhibits at craft fairs, markets and galleries.

address: 32 Knowle Lane, Wookey, Wells BA5 1LB

telephone: 01749 679967


Gorgeous Glass

category: Glass   

region: Wales   

I am a stained and fused glass maker living in Penarth, South Wales.
I have had a number of prestigious commissions, such as making the prizes for the Welsh Learner of the Year at the National Eisteddfod. I was also the first artist in the UK to be licensed by the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff to be able to use the centre and wording in my work.
I am interested in exploring the many possibilities offered by stained and fused glass, and my work includes door panels, wall panels, and jewellery, sometimes incorporating other materials such as copper wire.

address: Penarth, South Wales

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category: Paper   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: South West   

Grace & Favour Home is the work of Designer/Maker Rachael Rowe who works from her studio on Dartmoor to create unique gifts and homewares from beautiful fabrics, reclaimed vintage maps and sheet music. With a background Fashion Design, Rachael uses her extensive knowledge of sewing, craft and design to make every item to the highest […]

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Gravatt Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

Handmade contemporary one-off designer jewellery in golds, diamonds, precious and unusual gems and baroque pearls.

address: Castle Cary, BA7 7AR

telephone: 01963 351528


Hamilton Walker Designs

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

Fiona Hamilton Walker is a Bristol-based jeweller working with sterling silver, copper, bronze and semi-precious stones.
She studied at Queens Road College of Art in Bristol where she learnt several different types of jewellery technique, but was especially drawn to texture and shape. Her collection includes beautiful textured cufflinks, striking copper embellished necklaces and bracelets and delicate silver earrings.

address: Bristol BS7 8LX

telephone: 01179249182

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Hannah Coates

category: Jewellery and Silverware   Mixed Media and Recycled   

region: Wales   

I work from my home in Bethesda, North Wales surrounded by my collection of art created by friends and family, vintage treasures and charity shop finds. These are all a great source of inspiration within my jewellery making.
I have always had a fascination with colour and wanted somehow to bring it into my work. I became very conscious of the amount of colour in packaging that we simply discard and throw away, in particular the rich jewel like colours in some plastic bottles and confectionery wrappers.
Having a keen interest in re-using and recycling, I decided to utilise these materials and have since been developing my jewellery from recycled plastics, foils, semi precious stones, reclaimed beads and silver.
I have been making jewellery since leaving college in 1991 and my work has been shown in many exhibitions and galleries around the UK.

address: Gerlan, Bethesda LL57 3ST


category: Furniture & Wood   

region: South East   

Design is my passion and since 2010 I have been creating bespoke contemporary furniture. Every item is individually handcrafted in my workshop in Kent where I moved back to after graduating in Furniture and Product Design from Nottingham Trent University. I pride myself on designing unique, beautiful and innovative products with a creative flair from […]

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category: Paper   

In 2002, after accidentally leaving a book out in the rain, Hannah Lobley developed the award-winning Paperwork. She couldn’t bear to throw away her ruined and all-time favourite book (Lord of the Rings) and decided to see if she could reuse it even though she couldn’t read it again. Hannah had previously specialised in wood […]

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