We carry some popular celtic brands for jewelry and pottery.
Having over 30 years experience in the pottery industry, Joe Hunter established Crieff Pottery in 1999 to continue the proud tradition of producing the finest handcrafted Buchan Thistle pottery.
Located in the heart of Scotland, Crieff Pottery continues to produce quality hand decorated pottery that is representative of traditional Scottish craftmanship.
Heathergems jewelry is made from natural heather stems. They are made in Pitlochry, which is surrounded by the hills which provide the heather for the jewelry. The stems are cleaned, dyed and compressed into a solid block. The block is then cut into slices and shaped into individual pieces by skilled crafts people. Each piece is an original as no two pieces are ever the same.
Luckenbooth is a small family-run business whose hand crafted china is made in Moffat in beautiful South West Scotland. Their beautiful Scottish Thistle Pattern of hand painted flowers on fine bone china is exquisite.
Sea Gems specializes in innovative and individually branded jewelry and gifts that combine a passion for classic design with an eye for contemporary style. The Celtic Lands Collection has a wide selection of Celtic patterns in jewelry, pill boxes, and bookmarks.
Sheila designs sophisticated silver, gold and enamel jewellery collections which reflect times past and present. All items are made individually by a skilled team of craftspeople and artisans at her workshop in Orkney, Scotland.
With a passion for her island environment Sheila creates her original designs reflecting natureâ€™s wonderful sea, sky and landscape colours. Orkneyâ€™s history and folklore are also a rich medium for her inspiration.
She feels her designs take on an energy while in the research and development process. Developing designs which are a meaningful expression of her chosen subject is very important to her eventual creation.
Following her graduation from Edinburgh College of Art she worked 26 years as a designer in the trade before setting up on her own in 1993.
Throughout her career she has won many design awards in both Britain and Europe. However Sheila feels the challenge is always in what lies ahead and with lots of new ideas ready to develop she will continue to build on her range of jewellery designs.