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Tom Hyde

category: 3D Sculptural Work   Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

I am inspired by the natural environment of the north Cornwall coast where I was brought up and continue to live. I have a fine art degree in sculpture and have been a self-employed sculptor for nearly 10 years. My work encompasses woodwork, jewellery and other 3-dimensional artforms using a combination of traditional and contemporary sculptural techniques.

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Tom Provost Furniture

category: Furniture & Wood   

region: Wales   

I make contemporary bespoke furniture using primarily native hard woods, sourced as wind fallen trees and converted into boards for construction. I also incorporate other materials (glass, stainless steel, leather) wherever required/requested.

My formal training was carried out though an apprenticeship working under a time served professional, here I also gained a city and guilds level 3 qualification in furniture making and fitting.

My inspiration derives from the flowing form, colouring and simplicity of the trees themselves. During the design process I use various techniques to explore design concepts: 3D computer modelling, mock-ups and sketches are all possibilities here. I use traditional methods of construction such as dovetails and mortice/tenon, these methods ensure my work is beautiful yet durable.

telephone: 07766864234

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category: Ceramics   

region: North West   

Whilst studying for my degree in Norway my main Ceramics tutor told us not to attempt using the potter’s wheel during our studies as he insisted the course did not allow us enough hours practice to master the craft. Being a typical student, I felt extremely provoked by this statement. Determined to prove him wrong […]

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Tony Tripp

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

I am a silversmith based in Devon. I make jewellery using silver, brass, copper and semi-precious stones.

address: 73 Merlin Crescent, Beacon Heath, Exeter, EX4 9AF

telephone: 07915672158


category: Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: South West   

Townhill Studio –  textiles created by Annabel Wilson. Initially Annabel studied interior design and the first expressions of her creativity were through a career as an interior designer in London but always inspired and excited by the textiles she specified. Her fabric dyeing is all underpinned by an innate sense of design. The main output […]

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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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category: Textiles - Clothing   Toys and Automata   

region: South East   

TreeFall Design was created by British designer, Manda McGrory. Following an unusual career path that includes running away with the circus, training as a carpenter and working as a bank manager, Manda discovered her true passion for all things textile whilst expecting her first daughter in 2004. An interest in traditional quilting led to a passion for […]

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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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Unearthed by Lynn

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: West Midlands   

Lynn is inspired by the idea of forging an eclectic union of new and old, as well as raising awareness to reducing our footprint on the planet.

Lynn incorporates her connection to the outdoors into her work by using pottery shards, sea glass and even sometimes metal unearthed from the ground and sea, or working with broken shards that were destined to be thrown away. She uses non-toxic, food-grade chemicals during the silversmithing process; she sources recycled eco silver for creating her jewellery; and utilises recycled materials for her packaging.

Inspired by the UK’s Pottery Industry, Lynn loves reconnecting with the craftsmen of the past and ensuring their stories aren’t lost by upcycling their work and repurposing it. She enjoys the process of unearthing pottery shards and researching their story – How did it get here? Who made it? What was the pattern name? Each piece comes with the provenance Lynn has been able to uncover, connecting you to the land and history of the shard.

address: Stone, Staffordshire

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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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