01949 851 643
Colourful accessories hand-woven on a dobby loom.
07734 720 871
Photographic images processed directly onto ceramic surfaces.
Hand-thrown earthenware ceramics decorated with vivid colour slips and a unique figurative style.
LAURA BAXTER & SIMON MOUNT
Laura 07939 238 608
Simon 07949 883 626
Unique jewellery and limited edition pieces inspired by plants, birds and vintage finds alongside a range of contemporaray sustainable furniture and design-led products for interiors.
07971 897 271
Jewellery that explores texture and form through traditional techniques.
07792 615 700
Characterful British birds and beasts needle-felted in pure wool.
BOB & JOHN KNITWEAR
07403 494 012
Knitted accessories - designed, knitted and hand-finished in Suffolk.
Wearable 'scientific artworks' inspired by chemical processes.
ROSE ELLEN COBB
Hand-crafted, contemporary jewellery with surface textures inspired by lace and crochet, in precious metals, porcelain and bone china.
Wheel-thrown cermaics where function is the creative inspiration.
DESIGNED IN ENGLAND
Innovative home accessories by a collective of British makers, designed and produced in the UK.
Patterned creamware inspired by mid-20th century British design, with a modern aesthetic.
01984 248 309
Contemporary jewellery made from vintage coins alongside hand-stitched textiles and limited edition prints with a nostalgic twist.
RACHEL M ELLIOTT
Traditional techniques of screen-printing with fired enamels on kiln-formed glass are combined with water-jet cutting to create sculptures of animals.
07765 464 942
Thrown porcelain ware, decorated with delicate hand-carved plant designs.
Jewellery informed by a love of pattern and colour.
07811 325 874
Colourful interior and fashion textiles, using traditional silk-screening and digital printing techniques inspired by the natural world.
Knitted accessories using finest Scottish lamb's wool, combined with hand silkscreen printing.
07525 416 877
Hand-built, porcelain forms and vessels inspired by the textures of fabric.
07932 197 237
Reclaimed, recycled, reinvented - unique, functional and witty pieces for the home.
Silversmithing and jewellery combining traditional techniques with digital technology.
Luxurious hand-woven textiles crafted from merino, alpaca, cashmere and silk.
HUGHES AND TEMPLIN
0049 93 562601
Striking jewellery distinguished by its clarity of form alongside elegant and decorative tableware.
ANNA COLLETTE HUNT
Ceramics recalling the opulence and grandeur of historic houses and the natural history collections they sometimes contain.
Jewellery inspired by African and Indian cultures, using gold, oxidised and polished silver with precious and semi-precious stones, beads and pearls.
Elegantly minimalist jewellery and silver tableware focusing on clean lines, surface and shape.
0207 254 0254
Theatrical and wearable designer hats referencing historical styles.
Kinetic jewellery made of clusters of multiple units that can be played with like worry beads.
Vessels and jewellery combining ceramics, textiles and precious metals inspired by Victoriana.
Innovative use of acrylic particles and lamination creates lightweight jewellery reminiscent of translucent layers of stones such as agate.
Jewellery inspired by and partially made with - tea.
Platters and panels created from fused sheets of bullseye glass fired with silver or copper leaf.
Steel and copper jewellery with a rich surface texture.
0208 691 0673
Clean-lined jewellery using unexpected combinations of gemstones set in asymmetric forms.
Jewellery in fine silver, gold and uncut gemstones with burnished edges and hand textured surfaces.
Ceramic ware featuring contemporary reinterpretations of legends that also reflect our 'throw-away' culture.
Handmade sculptural objects and wall pieces using embroidery, papier mache, and collage.
Wheel-thrown and hand-built earthenware ceramics decorated with coloured slips evoking childhood memories and imagined Scandinavian rural idyll.
Hand-built vessels primarily in porceilain with vibrant crackle-glazed internal surfaces.
Narrative jewellery inspired by fairytales and folklore, hand pierced in precious metals and layered to create a 3D effect.
A range of functional products for the home made using traditional skills, materials and techniques.
07828 774 965
East meets West in jewellery that utilises both tradtional techniqes and new technologies.
Traditional Indian patterns and motifs inform contemporary jewellery.
Ceramics inspired by the forms of mid-century design and characteristics of the Japanese Wabi-sabi aesthetic.
Hand crafted leather bags with a minimalist aesthetic.
Jewellery that draws on electron microscope images of cellular and molecular structures.
Repetition, variation and erosion are the themes reflected in monochrome vases, coasters, lighting and jewellery.
Jewellery crafted in silver that references historical maritime relics and curiosities.
Homeware including serving boards and side tables; beautiful, functional and unique.
TONE VON KROGH
Contemporary domestic hand-thrown ceramics influenced by Scandinavian winter landscapes.
Hand-dyed anodised aluminium and silver jewellery characterised by lightness and visual delicacy.
Accessories for the home using applique techniques and quality fabrics.
Silver wire jewellery formed and hand-stitched with silk threads to add colour and texture.
Contemporary accessories made from British wool fabric knitted on hand-operated machines.
Tactile, mixed-media jewellery made from silver, gold, bone china and textiles.
Porcelain vessels that elevate the found and disregarded into beautiful, purposeful objects.
Clay, resin, polymorph silicon and metals used to create jewellery with texture, contrast and colour.
PETER WILLIAM CLARK
Concrete and steel manipulated into wearable structures inspired by the fading monuments of post war architecture.
Jewellery inspired by vibrant textiles, colours and patters of East Africa.
Vessels constructed from a combination of materials including porcelain, rusty metal and crochet.
Playful and colourful jewellery using a variety of usual median ad taking inspiration from the four elements.
HARRIET ROSE KNIGHT
Birch wood, sterling silver and gold combine to create intricate and precise jewellery.
Jewellery created by drawing with a PUK welder using black-coated steel wire, cold enamel and spray paint.
Etched, matt silver forms inspired by themes of memory and transformative processes.
The forms are colours of the urban landscape reflected in oxidized silvera nd vitreous kiln-fired enamel jewellery.
Painting and mark-making transated into metal work and enamel vessels.
ANDREW TEMPLE SMITH
Minimalist ceramic forms embodying elements of spontaneity and chance.
Vessels inspired by the idea of turning disposable items into luxurious, permanent objects.
Images from Lustre
Entrance to the D H Lawrence Pavilion where stalls could be found in the Djanogly Theatre,
Wallner Gallery and the Performing Arts Workshop Space (PAWS)
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