Traditional Venetian techniques are used to create organic glass shapes in vibrant colours.
Decorative ceramic ware with distinctive surface pattern details and transfers.
Photographic images with a fragile quality exposed directly onto ceramic surfaces.
Jewellery inspired by specific lichen species and created by blending traditional and contemporary techniques and materials including porcelain, silver, steel, copper, felt and acrylic paint.
The ancient process of granulation is used to create elegant jewellery inspired by organic growth patterns.
Ceramic and silver vessels sit alongside mixed-media jewellery incorporating silver, gold, ceramics and woven textiles.
Deconstructed everyday objects are turned into framed or wearable art pieces.
A combination of non-traditional and established techniques create jewellery inspired by urban life and in particular London.
Rebecca’s work is inspired by beautifully intricate details which go unnoticed in day-to-day life. Using a variety of processes and techniques, Rebecca aims to recreate these beautiful intricacies within the jewellery she makes.
Hand-crafted lighting and accessories made from laser cut and embroidered walnut, oak and ash veneers.
Mixed material, wearable objects seeking to challenge the concepts of interactive and functional pieces.
Beautiful, functional and unique homeware made from wood.
Wheel-thrown porcelain functional objects that marry humour with sophistication.
Contemporary jewellery made from decommissioned coins, hand pierced and finished with silver alongside limited edition prints and embroideries.
Jewellery made using traditional silversmithing techniques and also felt and knitted textiles.
Slip-cast minimal, functional and non-functional vessels, with undulating organic lines.
Interior and fashion textiles using traditional silk-screening and digital printing techniques inspired by the natural world.
Scarves and wraps hand-woven in subtle colours eroded in places to represent the aging process of skin.
Fragile and delicate hand-built, porcelain forms, vessels and lighting exploring the imperfect and the distorted.
Ceramics recalling the opulence and grandeur of historic houses and the bizarre collections they sometimes contain.
Silver and gold jewellery hand-crafted with attention to the harmonious balance of colour and form.
Folk tales and childhood stories inform intricate wire, pencil and hand-embroidered wall pieces.
Versatile, precious metal jewellery hammered to create unusual textures and shapes.
Contemporary wheel-thrown porcelain vessels glazed and then drawn on with simple graphic patterns.
Screen printed ceramic vessels and contemporary jewellery combining porcelain, textiles and precious metals.
Jewellery made from rapidly cooled molten metal forms encased in resin and combined with silver.
Textured porcelain and forged silver produce intricate pieces of jewellery that explore notions of anatomy.
Seamless felt objects and jewellery made from undyed wool and fibres.
Limited edition and one-off fabrics, wallpapers and products inspired by diverse cultures and historic periods.
Jewellery that is sleek and colourful using unexpected combinations of gemstones and influenced by modernist design.
Handmade sculptural objects inside glass domes made using papier mache, embroidery and collage depicting characters from stories.
Silver, copper and brass vessels made using traditional silversmithing and metalwork techniques such as hammer raising, forging and oxidisation.
Wheel-thrown and hand-built earthenware ceramics with surface decoration referencing childhood memories and an imagined Scandinavian rural idyll.
Textile goods woven in Lancashire, finished in Yorkshire and made in Nottingham.
Hand-built geodesic forms primarily in porcelain with vibrant, crackle-glazed internal surfaces.
Accessories for the home using applique techniques and quality fabrics.
Clusters of natural crystals and precious metal cubes interplay to create jewellery that combines natural forms with geometric structures.
Blown and fused glass inspired by memories of childhood walks on the South Downs.
Handmade and found objects, ceramic and metal are used to create functional and non-functional vessels.
Varied and eclectic lino prints made by using the ‘reduction’ method of carving away at one block for each consecutive colour.
Exquisitely detailed botanical prints on fabric made directly from plant cuttings with complimentary ranges of stationary and tableware.
Jewellery with a strong 3D form inspired by shell and coral formations found on Suffolk beaches.
Illustrative artwork that observes the relationship between locality and community, interiors and exteriors.
Bold, contemporary jewellery made using ceramic, rubber and elastic inspired by geometric shapes, movement and structure.
Knitted and woven home and fashion accessories influenced by midcentury design.
Tableware handmade using traditional methods combined with experimental glazes and printed surfaces.
Intricate details are captured in a bespoke material that Chloe has created from scratch. Inspired by the delicate textures and colours found in skin these elements are housed in linear geometric silver forms. Objects that transform into wearables highlight unusual wearability.
Sculptural, minimalist jewellery exploring shape and form based on the cube.
Limited edition textiles and prints hand-printed on organic and ethically grown and processed fibres and fabrics.
A collaboration between two jewellers, Sally Collins and Drew Markou looking at the role of ornamentation, materials and scale.
White enameled copper vessels and dishes decorated with subtle hand-drawn marks.
Hand-crafted leather bags with a minimalist aesthetic.
Contemporary, geometric wall and freestanding panels of fused glass sit alongside bowls, tiles and coasters.
Unique silver and gold jewellery informed by unusual precious and semi-precious stones.
Unexpected materials are used with a range of making processes to create jewellery which references museum collections.
Functional hand-thrown ceramics decorated with abstracted images of gardening paraphernalia.
Decorative fused glass bowls and plates inspired by the worlds of science and mathematics.
Porcelain vessels made using fabric moulds to capture the fluidity of fabric.
Tactile low fired ceramic bowls and brooches decorated with slips and vibrant textured glazes.
Contemporary, colourful hot-formed and blown glass pieces including unique hanging vases inspired by carnivorous plants.