Browse through to see the exhibitors we have here and access their websites and/or social media sites. Look for the video icon, as there are also some links to videos showing the makers creating their work. Stand numbers with an X indicate an exhibitor or demonstrator outside of the main marquee. (Best viewed on a tablet, laptop or desktop computer).
Jon creates individually made ceramic animal based sculptures which are full of character and humour and will adorn both your inside and outside space.
Hand forged delights for the home and garden created in metal and brought to life with fused glass and stoneware.
I make original Batik paintings.From these I generate a range of Greetings Cards,Prints, and Scarves in Silk,Wool and Velvet.
Sculptural shapes and clean lines with striking colours are individual to each design using printed and plain leathers. The bags cross a varied spectrum from sculptured evening/day bags to the more casual across body bags and backpacks.
Opposing colours, textures and forms set with interesting coloured gems are the trademark of this continental-trained jeweller now based in Somerset.
Rebecca creates ornamental vessels, vases, boxes and bowls, fabricated in Pewter & Patinated Copper. Influenced by Cornish industrial history and landscape. Commissions welcome.
Magnolia has been developing her jewellery for nearly 20 years, and has a Yorkshire workshop where each piece is individually made. She strives to use Fairtrade gold, silver and ethically sourced gemstones in all her work.
Embroidered and hand-painted textile accessories and wearable art.
Hand made, one-off jewellery pieces, individually designed and made by me, at my studio in Cambridge, using precious metals and stones.
Silver, bronze and gold jewellery with hares, foxes and bees.
Nichola Theakston is one of the country's leading contemporary animal sculptors.
Ladies designer knitwear including coats, jackets, hats and scarves.
Megan produces an eclectic and inspiring collection of colourful accessories, interiors and bespoke garments. Charming, warm yet coquettishly edgy. A sure favourite amongst textile fans.
Rebecca designs and creates distinctive objets d'art. Inspiration is drawn from her love of all things coastal, native and tribal. Colour, design and touch is key!
Contemporary design art ceramics, decorative and functional stoneware vessels inspired by the music and dance as well as the passion for distinct streamline shapes and colour.
Kitchenware and décor for the home "From tree to what you see".
Colourful original paintings, prints and homewares. Landscapes, seascapes and animals, you can't help but smile!
Fused glass collection drawing inspiration from the beautiful Cornish landscape. Wall art, shoaling fish, mirrors, frames, bowls, vases, coasters and jewellery. Commissions also undertaken.