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Beautiful Stationary.All the designs can be customised and tailored to meet your exact requirements.
Berkshire-based ceramicist Cáit Gould has been passionate about clay since studying Ceramics at Glasgow School of Art in 2002. Having been selected to participate in BBC2’s ‘Great Pottery Throw Down’ Cáit reached the quarter-finals of series 2.
A designer and wood turner based in rural West Berkshire
Handcrafted gifts with natural and organic botanicals and essential oils.
Pangbourne Cheese Shop
Winner of the UK Cheesemonger of the Year at the Farm Shop & Deli Awards as well as Cheese Counter of the Year at The World Cheese Awards.
Diana is a sculptor of bronze and ceramic limited-edition pieces and commissioned work.
West Berkshire Brewery
Beer brewed in the heart of West Berkshire
Julia is based in Burghfield Common, near Reading. Working in her garden studio, she creates individual stained glass items such as panels, screens, lamps, sun-catchers and other small objects.
John is continuing to make large ceramic pieces for both house and garden, which this year are inspired by lily forms growing together in small groups. John is also planning ‘flat jugs’ in a variety of shapes and sizes which hopefully will have ‘attitude’. White will be the prominent colour.
Fat Belly Pots
Katherine uses clay to make figurative sculptures and illustrated vessels and am always looking for meaning in the random and irrelevant.
In a digital world of screens and pressing of buttons, Ursula finds it grounding to work with a multitude of manual processes and the skills that are involved in making tin-glazed earthenware pottery.
Mortimer Chocolate Company
The key to creating wonderful Chocolate Powders and Chocolate Drinks is in the careful selection of the raw materials.
Sue Acworth works in Pastel and will turn your holiday photo into a fine painting.
You can find Suavities at the Little Hidden farm.
Amanda likes open spaces and high hills, the comforting presence of trees and the energy of water in motion.
“Painting is filled with so many new discoveries and challenges for me and it keeps evolving – never standing still. That’s why I’m so hooked.”
Cathy Newell Price
Jewellery designs inspired by the countryside and gardens.
The House of Hector
Paula’s love of Africa, African culture, spirit,
and nature are all strong influences in her life and my jewellery .
Furniture and turned pieces, designed and hand crafted by Jim Crockatt
Paul has sold work all over the world, as well as to the Royal family, and has exhibited at Chelsea flower show on many occasions
Lisa’s aim is to create you a piece of jewellery that is timeless, elegant and high quality. All of her jewellery is handmade to order to your own specifications