Beach Art Glass

Stunning glass beads created by Julie Fountain from her studio in Malvern. The glass beads are made into wearable jewellery beautifully presented in branded packaging.

Boing Bracelets

Boing bracelets are handmade in Berkshire from colourful and sturdy sailing and climbing ropes. They are suitable for men and women and come in different sizes and vibrant colours.

Jill Stewart Jewellery

Original and quirky jewellery and metalwork from Northumberland. Jill specialises in unusual combinations of metals, using silver with etched copper and brass and heat-treated titanium.

Joanne Tinley Jewellery

Working in her warm, colourful Hampshire studio, Joanne creates beautifully patterned and wonderfully  wearable silver and 24k gold jewellery for people who love being close to nature.

Katy Mai Webster

An artist and printmaker based in the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales, Katy creates ceramic jewellery, landscapes and prints that are inspired by the area where she lives, especially the tiny details of nature such as fossils, pebbles and lichen. We have a selection of beautiful ceramic brooches.

Koa jewellery

Inspired from the UK coast, its beautiful coves and beaches, fishing harbours and surf culture, Koa jewellery is made in Sully, South Wales. Each handmade piece of jewellery is produced using a base metal of high quality UK sourced pewter. The Pewter is 93% Tin (all recycled) and completely lead and nickel-free. Many of the designs incorporate coloured resin detail.

Mangojuice jewellery

Mangojuice jewellery is made here at the gallery by myself. I use mainly sterling silver and semiprecious stones to create one off individual designs. I like to experiment with other materials, different processes and textures so the end result is always an eclectic mix of colours and textures with an organic and weathered look. My inspiration is the fascinating colours and textures of the changing seasons.

Melissa James Jewellery

Working from her studio in Devon , Melissa’s inspiration comes from the bold colours seen in cultures in remote parts of the worldOver as well as the balance found in nature. She creates stunning bold designs using semi precious stones.

Penny Warren

Penny’s designs are inspired by land, sea, and skyscapes. Ranging from delicate and feminine, to bold and contemporary statement pieces made from anodised aluminium and sterling silver.

Sharon Mcswiney

Sharon works from her studio in St Ives. Her work is very distinctive with a sense of humor. She uses copper, brass and sterling silver.

Slate and silver jewellery

The slate is sourced from the Lake District near the workshop where the jewellery is made. They use black, green and patterned slate which is shaped and polished and then inlaid with silver or copper.