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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

After graduating in 2013 with a first class BA(Hons) Jewellery and Silversmithing from Plymouth College of Art, Tracey set up her studio near Fowey in Cornwall and since then has exhibited and supplied galleries throughout the UK. Her work explores the concepts of adornment and its value in terms of reinvention by reclaiming scrap silver. […]

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Twisted Designs

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: North West   

I work using semi precious stones and polymer clay to make my jewellery. The pieces I create are simple, stylish and affordable.  My polymer clay pieces are mini pieces of art, they are all one of a kind and very individual.
I studied for a BA HONS in Textile design at Nottingham Trent, specialising in knitwear, and started making jewellery after creating a gift for a friend – who then got asked where she got it from and Twisted Designs jewellery was born!
I find inspiration from all aspects of life. I love colour, texture and form. I find many of the stones I use inspirational, the colours and simply because of the amazing way they are formed by nature. Unique in every way.

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VAESSEN | WALKER

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

Designer jewellery and tableware, handmade in our studio in the heart of Berkshire.
Our ALLORA jewellery collection is inspired by the subtle details found in Italian architecture and décor, observed during Louise Vaessen-Walker’s travels throughout Italy. ALLORA signifies a purity of line and shape, alongside elements of subtle movement, creating an elegant and contemporary collection. The ALLORA collection is handmade in recycled silver, gold vermeil and available to order in Fairtrade gold, and is boxed in our branded eco-packaging.
Our brand ethos is of high quality, handcrafted and innovative designs that express themes of minimal aesthetics and perceived ambiguity, whilst pushing the boundaries of processes and techniques, and using recycled and responsibly sourced materials.

address: Reading, Berkshire

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VanillaKiln

category: Ceramics   

region: Wales   

VanillaKiln is a studio boutique with porcelain jewellery and ceramics by artisan Jude Winnall. Everything is individually and skillfully hand crafted in a fusion of sculptural form and innovative design.

The main jewellery collection is an evolving one inspired by an affinity with fabric. Lined in a glossy celadon blue glaze, the range is reminiscent of fresh white linen featuring gathers, rolls and folds.

The ceramics are equally artistic with freeform, contemporary styling. There are lots of beautiful and useful pieces in store with the option of some superb gift packaging. If you love to give, browse the VanillaKiln boutique where you will be spoilt for choice.

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Victoria Crompton

category: Ceramics   

region: Wales   

I make slipcast ceramics, both functional and decorative. Decoration is subtle crackle glazes with highlights of coloured lustres. I add vintage imagery and patterns as ceramic transfers.

Do get in touch: vikkicrompton@hotmail.co.uk


Victoria Logan

category: Fashion Accessories   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   Textiles - Clothing   

region: South East   

I’m a knitted textile designer from Scotland now based in Surrey. I work predominately with lambswool which I machine knit then felt in the washing machine before making it into my products, which comprise of interior and fashion accessories. My work is inspired by the natural landscape, and my current collections are inspired by the Scottish highland landscape, where I spent every summer as a child, as well as a small collection of dog cushions that have been inspired by my own dog, Alvar the Corgi.

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category: Ceramics   

region: South West   

My ceramics are an eclectic amalgamation of nostalgic form and imagery ranging from teapots and cups to jewellery, as well as one-off larger pieces incorporating precious stones, metal and found objects. I use a combination of slip casting and hand building techniques to create pieces in my signature style. Their surface decoration includes slip painting, […]

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Waci Glass

category: Glass   

region: East Midlands   

Waci Glass makes distinctive designs using the fused glass process. Based in the village of Glenfield, Leicestershire. From a background in Graphic Design Waci Glass now makes handcrafted distinctive designs using the fused glass process. Copper inclusions, decals and screen printed designs add interest to the fused glass.

telephone: 07967196828


Wendy Tournay Ceramics

category: Ceramics   

region: Midlands   

Wendy Tournay is an award winning Ceramic Designer/Maker specialising in Contemporary Luxury Fine Bone China Giftware. Inspired by the ethos of Scandinavian design with its functionality, honesty of materials and simplicity, her work is primarily focused on creating perfectly handmade functional pieces with simple clean lines and an elegant silhouette.

She models each new shape in solid plaster and from this she makes a mould. Each handmade piece is slip-cast in fine bone china, fettled, dried and fired. A glossy transparent glaze is applied before second firing to enhance the pure clean lines.

Pricing ranges from £5 for a Hanging Decoration to £100 for a Coffee Pot.

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Wheatcroftwillow

category: Basketry   

region: Midlands   

My name is Rachel Evans and I am a basketmaker, working mainly in willow. I grow some willow myself and I use a few local growers for unusual varieties as well as growers in Somerset. I also love to forage in the woods near my workshop in the gorgeous Churnet Valley for hazel, rush, bark and grasses.

I specialise in traditional English baskets, for kitchen and garden, classic designs that have stood the test of time. I trained with Adrian Charlton of Norfolk. More recently I am developing my own style using colour, twisted branches, or more unusual shapes. I am particularly in love with frame baskets, sturdy and strong.

I also make large and small animal sculptures and other forms in willow for home and garden, both for private commissions and organisations such as the National Trust. My price range is from £30 for a small basket to £1000 for my larger sculptures.

address: Wood and Willow Workshop, Froghall Wharf, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire Moorlands, ST10 2HJ. (Opening times vary, please check before you visit. )

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