Here you will find a random selection of the expertly made products from our directory of The Makers. If you see something of interest, click on the image for details about the item and the highly skilled craftsperson who made it. From there you can go to the maker’s profile and find out more about their products and services.
Little Red Rocker
A great little Rocker! This lovely Rocking Horse has a carved head, neck & upper body. A great horse for children aged up to six. Made from solid tulipwood, on an Ash stand, the Little Red Rocker is an excellent Rocking Horse for children up to the age of six. Available in either a clear varnish or dappled.
Approx. Finished Size: 42″ long x 30″ high x 16″ wide (1067x762x406mm)
I’ve been working a lot with bargello stitching in 2017 and have produced some fantastic products that use the stitching in different ways. I will be running workshops using this stitch throughout 2018.
Image courtesy Stacy Grant
Pictish Wolf Day Sporran
Traditional Scottish Day Sporran entirely handmade in Scotland.
This sporran has been hand cut from the highest quality vegetable tanned cowhide, hand tooled with a Pictish Wolf from the Keillor stone in Scotland, hand saddle-stitched for durability, dyed, and finished with seals and waxes.
Journal / Sketchbook: Peach & Aqua
Traditional meets contemporary in this tactile Journal or Artist’s Sketchbook with integrated penholder and 128 pages of cartridge paper for all dry-medium artwork and writing.
A set of candlesticks and candelabras handcrafted using a variety of heritage metalwork and pewtersmithig techniques such as casting, forging and soldering. The candlesticks celebrate contemporary pewter with contrasting copper highlights.
The coffee pots of the middle east are something to behold, as is the culture of coppersmithing generally across countries like Turkey, Lebanon and Syria. This paisley etched watering can in copper and brass looks to pay tribute to that culture.
Hand carved Cooking Spoon
These spoons are fantastic for both cooking and serving. The combination of smooth curve across the front of the bowl and the strong corner make them ideal for getting into the corners of pans and tasting sauces. The slight crank in the neck also allows them to perform as serving spoons for anything from stew to salad.
Made from sycamore and finished with cold pressed linseed oil.
Approx 10 ins long