Unique chance to come and glimpse into the working world of artists and designer-makers.
Christmas Fair at this magical place.
“A triple festive treat shopping extravaganza. See the Hall at its most fabulous festive best and peruse the stalls displaying their specialist wares from pretty ornaments and gifts to scrumptious treats and drinks! Our Christmas Fair extraordinaire is like no other, you won’t want to go back to the hustle of the High Street.”
£4 for advanced booking. £5 for walk-ins. Under 5’s go free.
You can get the tickets from this link.
Another stockist added to list of shops and galleries that sell my jewellery : Thought Foundation, a fantastic creative community interest company in Gateshead. Go on, have a visit, you will find many lovely things to see, to do and to eat! I do silver clay jewellery workshops there as well!
Come and join us at the Jesmond Dene Visitor Centre…have a lovely walk, enjoy the pets’ corner and do spot of shopping from your local artists and crafters.
The traditional Marine Part First School PTA Summer Fair
…I made a sterling silver wedding band for a groom. A simple ring but an important one.
Do let me know if you wish to have a ring make to your measurement whether it is a wedding ring or not by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Best wishes to the happy couple.
Now there is almost a month to go for this trade fair. I am almost prepared though so much to do.
Just re-reading some of the articles from BCTF website such as this one that makes me proud:
“Why choose BCFT? – 43 years in the making…..BCTF showcases the and the largest collection of the UK’s most talented designer-makers, its dedication to promoting British is unparalleled. Exhibitors are carefully selected and their contemporary and innovative designs range from Home, Gift, Fashion and Craft to Art and Garden” (original text can be found here).
As far as I can see, I am the only North East new comer in the jewellery category which makes me even prouder- is that possible?
Visit my shop: silverkupe.com !