Celina hand crafts and designs all of her jewellery herself from her small workshop and gallery on Orkney.
Designer and maker of silver/gold jewellery. All of Sheila’s precious metal jewellery carries her Personal Hallmark which is stamped by the illustrious Edinburgh Assay Office. Not only does the hallmark guarantee the quality of the precious metal, it also significantly increases the value of each piece of jewellery.
Seaside-themed glass beads are handmade, one at a time, by award-winning British glass artist, Julie Fountain using a technique known as lampwork, or flamework. Colourful Italian glass rods are melted and shaped in the flame, then artisan glass details and fine silver highlights are added, to produce stunning miniature works of art.
Working from her wee studio and gallery in the Scottish Borders town of Jedburgh, illustrator Linda Lovatt creates her quirky and cute Beastie Brooches, Necklaces, Bangles and Assemblages.
Art jewellery, hand made in Scotland. Funky fun pins, brooches and pendants. Distinctive designs all individually created by Maggie Lord.
Working with wool textiles, adding texture and a softness to jewellery design.
Inspired by the beautiful coastal landscape around her home, Katy Mai Webster makes unique porcelain and silver jewellery that is reminiscent of the tiny details of nature such as wild flowers, fossils and lichen. Each piece is individually handmade using traditional ceramic processes.
A truly unique piece which is hand painted and handmade in Lisa's studio based in Glasgow. Working with anodised aluminum allows Lisa to create original, vibrant, colourful pieces of jewellery.
Beautiful silver jewellery designed in Cornwall, inspired by nature
All Scottish Sea Glass jewellery and accessories use 100% reclaimed glass, collected from the shorelines of Scotland's beautiful beaches.
Handcrafted precious metal animal jewellery to make you smile.
An eco-apparel clothing brand that focuses on providing a sustainable solution to your clothing attire. Products range from Wooden Sunglasses, watches and other adventure proof designs.
Jewellery and gifts designed and handmade in the UK.
I am a jewellery designer/maker working out of Assynt in the Sutherland highlands of Scotland. I uses traditional silversmithing techniques to hand fabricate all of my work. My work is based on natural forms of the glen that surrounds my home and workshop.
Every And Mary piece is designed to make you smile, whether that be with the irresistible animal designs of their hand finished jewellery and doorknobs or the luxurious, colourful leathers of their bags and purses.
Made from the flattened bowls of antique sterling silver teaspoons and 100% recycled EcoSilver, every item is meticulously handcrafted with individuality and uniqueness in mind.
Koa Jewellery is designed and handmade in Sully in The Vale of Glamorgan. The fresh, simple designs are inspired by the beautiful coastline and the lifestyle that goes with it.
Stockwell Ceramics is a Cornish based crafts company producing high quality, irresistible ranges of handmade ceramic buttons, brooches, pendant necklaces, earrings, cufflinks and hanging decorations. All of the products are handmade in our studio, which overlooks the beautiful Tamar valley in South East Cornwall.
Celtic Lands Sterling Silver jewellery and gifts are inspired by ancient Celtic Artwork and the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Koa Jewellery is designed and handmade in the beautiful seaside village of Sully in the Vale of Glamorgan. Every piece is ethically produced using Pewter and coloured resin.
Yemaya is the design works of Amelia Frances. With a lifelong passion and respect for the ocean, the designs are inspired by its power, beauty and wilderness.
Fluke Jewellery specializes in Marine & Wildlife jewellery & marine sculptures.
My designs evolve from the beauty and natural stones created by mother earth and are yours to wear and keep forever.
Katie Stone's charming jewellery is inspired by her love of animals and nature. She creates enchanting characters with moving elements in oxidised silver.
In their studio workshop in Northern Ireland, Deborah Darling and Colin Greer fuse traditional celtic and modern styles to create the Reaction range of pewter jewellery.