Firefly jewellery

Contemporary fired enamel and copper jewellery and small vessels by Harriet Wilson. One off designs.

Helen Chalmers Jewellery

Helen studied Jewellery and Metal Design at Duncan of Jordanstone, graduating with BDes (Hons) in 2011.
Since then she has established her business in Edinburgh and currently works from The Biscuit Factory in Leith.
Helen specialises in the use of hot glass and supplementary materials created in an oxygen/propane mix flame with a technique known as ‘lampworking’. It dates back to Ancient Egypt, where oil lamps were the heat source. It has a rich history in Murano, Venice and has enjoyed a recent resurgence, especially in North America.

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.

Leigh Shepherd Designs

Working from her studio in Haworth, West Yorkshire Leigh creates a range of mixed media pieces, cards and jewellery. She has a passion for upcycling and a desire to make affordable, quirky pieces of jewellery.

Earrings are made from sixpence coins, pendants from Scrabble tiles and brooches from draughts and domino pieces. Silkscreened papers and resin create jewel-like colours.

Feather & Leaf

Mangojuice jewellery has changed name. It is now called Feather and Leaf as I feel this name reflects what inspires my designs.  I use mainly sterling silver and semiprecious stones but 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. I have an Etsy shop where you can browse my collection.

Sarah Greening

Sarah fuses glass in a kiln and enjoys using her science background to experiment with chemicals to create distinctive jewellery designs in fused glass and enamelled copper. Working from her studio in Worcester.

Silverfish Designs

Silversmith and archaeologist Carol lives and works on the side of the beautiful Malvern Hills and has been making jewellery inspired by prehistoric rock art, the interplay of light and texture and influences from her travels since 2000.