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Cards


by Zoe Power

I'm a photographer who loves blogging, all things vintage and handmade and light-filled happy, beautifully simple images. And I'm a little bit obsessed by Blythe, deer (especially vintage bambi) and owls too.

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Gloves & Slipper Socks


by Trading for Development

Trading for Development demonstrates how ethical business practices and high quality fashion can help to support some of the poorest communities in the world.  Linking the producers in these communities with leading fashion houses and top fashion universities, we encourage the growth and appreciation of traditional skills, and promote the marketing of fairly traded products worldwide.

TFD makes use of the wide range of traditional skills available to fashion designers around the world to supply desirable, luxury items such as alpaca knitwear, accessories and jewellery.  Our products often use traditional craft techniques, as well as natural fibres and dyes that minimise damage to the environment.  By only working with World Fair Trade Organisation members, we can ensure that all of our producers are certified and that there are no missing links in the supply chain.

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Lip Balms


by Sweet Cecily's

Sweet Cecily’s is a place to learn about and purchase lovely natural skincare products which are all handmade on the North Yorkshire Moors.  All products have been born from either my own concepts and ideas, or from suggestions from friends and families.

We believe in only using the finest ingredients, and as such, all our products are free from Parabens, Petrochemicals, harmful preservatives and SLS. None of our products are tested on animals, nor are any of our ingredient.

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Prints & Cards


by Susan Isaac

Susan Isaac is a Cardiff born artist, now based in Nottinghamshire.

‘The placing of elements is fundamental to my work. I'm seeking a perspective that projects outward as if to engulf the viewer - I want you to feel tipped into the painting.’

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Brooches


by Sketch.inc

My work has long been inspired by a love for geometric design and Japanese Illustration, sketching and painting since I was a child I carry a sketchbook in my pocket 24/7.

I like to think of my Brooch designs as portable tiny works of art, walking with their owners up and down high streets, camping out at festivals or simply reaching parts of the world I never will.

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Prints


by Sarah Ray

Sarah Ray is an illustrator, designer, and creator. Sad slugs, musical worms and rabbits on flying carpets are just some of the things she likes to draw. Her work has been commissioned by a variety of clients including NHS, Orange, Friends of the Earth, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, CowPR and SquidgyFace Books.

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Accessories


by Sabine Gerth

London based designer Sabine Gerth makes hand-made accessories from leather off-cuts. Coin purses, i-phone cases, card holders & makeup bags in the softest leather are gorgeous to touch, and are an essential component to any cosmopolitan woman’s hand bag.

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Jewellery


by Rachel Goth/Marmalade Park

Marmalade Park is the playground of jewellery designer Rachel Goth. Here Rachel explores her fascination with life in all its forms.

The current collection combines creativity with cutting edge technology to create covetable statement jewellery. Bold shapes and vibrant colours combine to form striking yet wearable pieces. Designs start with a word or a doodle, Rachel then makes them into 3D picture on the computer and finally they’re brought to life via a 3D printer. Many of the jewellery pieces are then hand finished with a dip dye splash of colour.

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Fine Bone China Plates


by Patrick Laing

Located in central London they are an innovation award winning 3D design studio and employed in a broad spectrum of work from jewellery, lighting, furniture and patented industrial product through to store and exhibition design.

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Mugs & Tea Towels


by No Place Like

No Place Like is the over-arching company behind various gift and homeware retail websites, product production projects, and a wholesale and distribution outfit that provide high-quality design-led gifts to some of the most exclusive retailers in the country. All of this is run out of a physical shop/office in Oxford called Comma. With a focus on cutting-edge illustration, bright colours, and cheery applied graphics, No Place Like aims to bring a sense of joy (and free stickers) to everything it is involved with.

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Cushions & Accessories


by Nikki McWilliams

Nikki McWilliams is Creative Director and Founder at Nikki McWilliams Ltd. Nikki’s designs are inspired by a love of British culture, contemporary Pop-Art and her fascination with the ritual of the Tea Break.  Her work has been described as bright & playful with an attention to detail and quality that’s made to last.

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Jewellery


by Monkey Shirley's Emporium

Monkey Shirley’s Emporium is an online store that allows you to access products that are not usually found on the High Street. They have a wide range of 'quirky' items that appeal to those who like to buy something different.

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Jewellery & Entomology Artwork


by Naomi Greaves

Naomi is a Fine Art Printmaker based in rural Staffordshire. She is fascinated by museums, historical artifacts, engravings and books, which influence the designs of her wooden badges.

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Cushion Covers & Zipper Bags


by Nancy Straughan

Established in 2011 Nancy Straughan Printed Textiles produces beautiful homewear and accessories crafted from her own range of organic printed fabrics. Nancy focuses on combining classic sophistication with uncompromising attention to detail with each print collection and product. Inspired by the motifs seen in Scandinavian and 1950s textiles she creates simple and refreshing contemporary products for you and your home.

Sustainability is at the heart of what Nancy creates. Each pattern is printed onto ethically sourced textiles and every single product is made in England. Rather than letting the designs follow trends each print and product is created thoughtfully to last for years to come.

Nancy strives to be as transparent as possible with regards to sustainable and eco friendly practices. The desire to live and work in a way that is kind to the earth has led to many positive choices for Nancy, everything from the inks and fabric chosen to print with to the packaging of your items are all as eco friendly as possible.

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Literary Cufflinks


by Literary Emporium

Literary Emporium is a giftware brand that specialises in handmade jewellery, stationery and gifts inspired by great works of literature.

Literary Emporium was born after I completed my English degree and was a result of my love of classic literature and beautiful books. The range started with a single postcard featuring a famous quote from Wuthering Heights, in homage to my dissertation subject. My interest in crafts then led me to create handmade necklaces with a literary twist. I was lucky that other people seem to like literature as much as me and started to buy my jewellery and postcards.

I have now created lots of different items for the Literary Emporium brand including wedding confetti and bracelets. I am always working on new designs and looking to my bookcase for inspiration.

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Jewellery


by Lucie Ellen

Based in Suffolk, Lucie Ellen creates ‘lovely things to wear and use’ from recycled and reclaimed materials. Combining wood, simple geometric shapes, and bold, clashing colours, her jewellery is original, dynamic, and ever changing.

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by Kelly Dunagan

Kelly Dunagan is a visual artist and biologist, originally from the United States, but now based in Oxford. Kelly is a member of the Magdalen Road Studios and likes to experiment with mixing different media. She created her earrings from paper, which are then coated with multiple layers of clear varnish for a smooth, glossy finish. The varnish makes them water-resistant and gives them some rigidity, while keeping them lightweight. Posts are sterling silver.

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Handmade Stationery


by Immaginacija

Immaginacija simply means 'imagination' and was established in 2009 in Oxford, as a brand for handmade stationery and limited bespoke bindings - personalised notebooks, diaries, special and limited editions of books, poetry pamphlets and other products. We employ various art and craft techniques and mixed materials to create an aesthetic yet functional product for daily use and the joy of handwriting. 

Our products are exclusively handmade therefore limited and very often one of a kind. They are made for people who still believe in charm of paper, prefer handwriting to typing and using unique and personalised notebooks.

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Literary Brooches


by House of Ismay

House of Ismay is the home of the classic book page brooch. Whether you are searching for a gift for the avid reader in your life, or want to treat yourself to a keepsake of your favourite book, I'm sure you'll find something here! Recycling, upcycling and sustainability are all really important aspects of my work, and have been since I started House of Ismay in 2008. All brooches are made using the original pages of worn out books, damaged maps and unwanted scraps of MDF and wood sourced from local businesses, so by buying my products you are helping to minimise landfill as well as getting something pretty! Using recycled and reclaimed vintage materials helps to create products that have an instant feeling of history and familiarity. Due to the handmade and reclaimed nature of my work, each piece of jewellery is unique, making them even more special.

I have been awarded the Blue Butterfly trust mark for sustainability. Everything is made by me, in my home studio in East London.

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Jewellery


by Hoolala

Hoolala is owned and operated by Sam Gannaway-Jones who has been designing and making things since she was little. 

Sam’s work is heavily influenced by the mad, bad Victorians, her grandmother’s vintage family album of photographs and her mother’s vintage charm bracelet. 

She was seduced by tales of her great grand parents - one story in particular was irresistible - the romantic notion of her great grandfather defecting from Russia and arriving in England one day in a tiny little rowing boat...so she decided to make a charm bracelet that told a story…

‘I am fascinated by the idea of the charm; in some cultures they are used to attract luck to the wearer whilst in others they are worn to ward off evil. My work centers around the idea of compulsion and repulsion, the morbid curiosity of the Victorians and my boxes of unusual treasures I have collected since childhood.’

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Jewellery


by Hannah Clarkson

Hannah Miriam Jewellery is an up-and-coming range of handcrafted jewellery by artist Hannah Miriam Clarkson, a recent graduate from Oxford University’s Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. Conceived in Oxford and now based in Cambridge, Hannah Miriam Jewellery has been already been seen on Fern Britton and Oxygen model Emily Motto, and this new collection attempts to fuse the artist’s sculptural practice with the more decorative discipline of jewellery design. Each piece has an organic and sculptural charm, and is completely unique and hand-crafted to create beautiful folded and molten forms.

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Postcard books


by Girls Who Draw

Girls Who Draw are a small group of female illustrators who collaborate in order to publish a limited edition postcard book once a year. Each book is based on a different theme and is accompanied by an exhibition.

Each illustrator has his or her own unique visual language. Their work is very diverse including slick digital graphics, quirky hand drawn characters, and humorous sequential imagery.

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Jewellery


by Ginger Pickle

Ginger Pickle is an online boutique that offers a curated range of handmade gifts made by the best British designers. All of our items are hand picked and only the best gets selected. We do the searching so you don’t have to. You can buy from us knowing that what you are receiving is a high quality item that is unique and beautiful in design.

Ginger Pickle is the creative spirit of Jade Murray, a fine art graduate from Aberdeen, Scotland. A jewellery designer herself, Jade has always loved the creative industry. She created Ginger Pickle because she is passionate about supporting British designers and the beautiful work that they create. She felt there was a lack on curated online shops that offered unique handmade products. Ginger Pickle was the answer to this problem. Not only does Ginger Pickle support the talented designers, but it also offers the customers items that are well made, affordable and exciting in design.

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Jewellery, Notebooks & Coasters


by Finest Imaginary

Finest Imaginary is a UK-based line of handmade jewellery.  We’re devoted to making every outfit more interesting, each day a little brighter, and any birthday a bit easier to shop for. We know that staff meetings are easier to tolerate when you’ve got a cute dachshund necklace tucked under your blouse and payday’s more fun when there’s a compass brooch in your shopping cart. We believe that love should be handmade, jewellery should be fun, and double-take-worthy homewares make life worth living.

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Jewellery


by DOWSE

DOWSE is the design company of Susannah Dowse, offering a commitment to making carefully designed, thoughtfully made jewellery and lifestyle products and always made in Britain. Believing that beauty is an object comes in part from how it is made and by whom, we will never send our designs to a faceless factory in a far-flung place where we can't be sure someone isn't being exploited for our benefit. We will use local businesses with people we know are fairly paid for their work. We won't be racking up thousands of air miles to get our products to you. We try and make our products in the most efficient way we can find to minimise waste, and endeavour to source the most responsible materials we can.

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Cards


by doodlelove

doodlelove combines paper with personality, with eye-catching, quirky designs featured on greeting cards, limited edition prints and personalised wedding stationery. 

Based in lovely Kendal, doodlelove was founded in 2010 by Graphic Designer, Lela Cribbin, a hopeless romantic with a quirky sense of humour. Inspired by her own upcoming wedding, long bike rides in the sun and steaming brews in china cups, doodlelove was born. 

Stocked across the UK by a number of independent retailers, and enjoying a growing international customer base, doodlelove is well regarded for both the quality of its products as well as its bold and colourful designs.

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Postcards & Books


by the Caravan Gallery

The Caravan Gallery is a mobile exhibition venue and visual arts project we set up to document the ordinary and extraordinary details of everyday life. Eager to examine clichés and cultural trends, we are particularly drawn to the absurd anomalies and curious juxtapositions typical of places in transition and in the process of reinventing themselves as regeneration fever spreads.

We create our own unique postcards that reveal the reality – and surreality – of the places we visit. Although not traditionally picturesque, (Caravan Gallery cards don’t airbrush out Portaloos and are as likely to feature tanning salons as thatched cottages) the appeal of these cards lies in the very familiarity of their subject matter and their celebration of overlooked details; we discover unexpected delights in the most unpromising situations – and, of course, the reverse is true.

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Typography Prints


by Bookishly

Bookishly aims to create affordable interesting art whilst minimising environmental impact. Text is hand drawn or printed in their exclusive hand-drawn font onto rescued books and held within signature block frames.

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Crocheted Cozies


by Bohemian Pearl

Erin Singleton is the artist behind Bohemian Pearl. Erin is a mixed media artist with a penchant for nostalgia who often references pop culture from the 1930s–60s in a body of work that comprises of art and craft. She is currently based in Oxfordshire.

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Hand Creams


by Be Kind Skincare

A dedicated, Oxford-based producer with a passion for developing the ultimate in skin creams, fusing the latest scientific advances in skincare with traditional knowledge and experience. These products contain natural ingredients only - no petrochemicals, artificial colours or preservatives, parabens or animal-based products (except beeswax!). All ingredients are carefully chosen from sustainable sources, and extracted in the gentlest way possible to preserve their special properties.

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Mugs


by Antlers

Antlers is a commercial art gallery, nomadic by design. Based in Bristol, they produce temporary exhibitions in varying locations, with they only permanent base being online. Antlers is committed to showcasing a burgeoning scene of artists who explore natural history, narrative and folklore through compelling and impeccably executed work. As well as selling original artwork, they also have an active publishing wing, working with artists to produce limited edition prints and multiples.

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Jewellery


by And Mary

Alison designs the jewellery and the accessory collections and each season finds her inspiration from vintage fairs and antique markets in London and Paris as well as the beautiful Scottish country side and city life.

And Mary is well known for its whimsical, original hand painted porcelain animal necklaces. Each piece is hand finished by Alison in Scotland.  Each style of jewellery is designed to evoke childhood memories and most of all, to make you smile.

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Ceramics


by Jo Davies

There is a humour in Jo’s work, an element of the ridiculous, but also an element of sophistication. Her work emulates this coupling of humour with sophistication and tries to exist where these two meet, creating an elegant style that sometimes teeters on the edge of vulgarity.

The exploration of clay is probably the most important aspect of Jo’s work. As she sees it, an object that she has made is best when it crystallises the liquidity of clay in the final ceramic. The glazes Jo use are chosen because they enhance this sense of water and flow created in the object’s making on the throwing wheel. This work is not an allegory and does not have a scripted narrative; it is instead the result of an intuitive enquiry into clay, using a visual language that is gradually unfolding with each piece made. (Photograph by Matthew Booth Photography).

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Ceramics


by Ikuko Iwanoto

Ikuko makes exquisite cups and other objects for a bizarre tea ceremony. They suggest the everyday, the ordinary, but are in fact extra-ordinary . They are the vehicle to make visible an invisible, microscopic world. A world of intricacy and detail, of mathematical pattern and organic chaos, of beauty and repulsion.

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History Mugs & Stationary


by Cole of London

Cole of London aims to make stylish, unusual mugs that help you to mug up on facts you wish you knew a little better. They want their mugs to be fun, to make people smile, and to fill them with enthusiasms for their favourite characters. So Cole of London set about drawing characters which interested them, drawing them in their own style with their own interpretation of what they thought they were like.

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Jewellery


by Love Cat Creations

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Badges


by Kaela Mills

Jewellery and accessories by Kaela Mills, all handmade on the sunny south coast of England. Her products make perfect little gifts, but are equally as nice to keep for yourself!

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Vintage Ceramics


by Melody Rose

Melanie Roseveare is the Canadian-born designer of Melody Rose. She lives and works in North West London, where inspired by a love of ceramics, art and eco-friendly design, she breathes new life into long-forgotten china and creates Melody Rose. Small and affordable pieces of art, they are gorgeous displayed but also very practical. They can used every day and some can even go in the dishwasher.

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Greeting Cards


by Laura Skilbeck

Laura is an artist and illustrator and maker of handmade things. Her art is inspired by a love of things that are wonky and colourful, old photos, illuminations, signs where the letters are dropping off, folk art, outsider art, funny sights, and old seaside towns. All of her greetings cards are made using recycled card and envelopes, and packaged in biodegradable sleeves.

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Pencil Shaving Cards


by Ruth Jackson

Ruth Jackson formed her Company in January 2012 and quickly took a stand at London’s Gift trade show – Top Drawer. Retailers large and small were taken with her individual style and the business was up and running.

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Cards & Accessories


by Chase & Wonder

Faye Pearce and David Aspinall founded Chase and Wonder in late 2010 with the simple aim of creating finely designed products with British personality.

Chase and Wonder are based in a converted cow shed in rural Worcestershire, where they design and print their British made products.

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Hand Printed Tea Towels


by Jill Tytherliegh

After completing a BA (hons) in illustration at Kingston University I wanted to explore different avenues for my illustrations and decided to attend a fabric printing course at East London Printmakers. I soon created a range of both hand printed and digital prints of British vintage inspired artwork, tea towels, tote bags, and aprons. My inspirations come from cutesy British traditions such as afternoon tea, food, typefaces, old shop fronts and vintage packaging.

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Illustrated Animal Cards


by Michael Brown

Michael was born and spent his formative years in Aberdeen. He studied at Edinburgh College of Art graduating in 2008 with a degree in sculpture.

Finding an interest in his more sculptural approach to drawing, he has created a collection, which focuses attention on the unique characteristics of each animal and bird.

His other drawing and sculptural work can be viewed on his web site.

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Cards & Stationary


by 1973 Makers of Beautiful Paper Things

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Cards & Prints


by Victoria Whincup

Victoria graduated from the Cambridge School Of Art in 2009 with a 1st class Honours degree in Illustration. She loves to draw the world around her. She is particularly inspired by the shapes of houses, stories, peculiar faces, flowers, trees, birds and animal costumes. At the moment she is exploring the combination of sewing and painting, connecting people to animals and nature.

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Cards, Prints & Tote Bags


by Isobel Kho

A recent graduate from Westminster University, BA in Illustration, Isobel mainly draws animals but also takes inspiration from television and film. Her illustrations are created using ink, dip pen and dry brushes. Her work can be found within independent stores around London. Isobel's pigeon illustration was featured in Living Etc magazine, and she has also collaborated with up-and-coming clothing label 'Secret Store'. Isobel Kho currently lives & works in London.

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Cards, prints & brooches


by Hanna Melin

Hanna Melin was born in Sweden, 1978. She graduated from the Royal College of Art, London, in 2002 after finishing a Master in Visual Communication.

Hanna now works and lives in East London as an illustrator and maker. She sells her "Banana man" badges and "Memories" prints in galleries and online shop throughout the world.

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Cards


By Rosalind Howard

Rosalind Howard is a designer and stationer with a base in both London and Bristol offering a range of social stationery from thank you notes to party invitations, as well as cards for birthdays and other special occasions. Rosalind trained as a designer and then worked with various printers and stationery companies before launching her own range in 2010.

The current range takes its inspirations from nostalgic days gone by with retro typography and vintage photographs forming a strong theme throughout the designs.

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Prints


By Holly Exley

Prints £18.
Holly Exley is a hard-working young illustrator living in Bristol. She works day and night creating her unique and modern watercolours, with her pet rabbit Hergé at her feet. Admittedly inspired by Beatrix Potter, she has adopted a similar lifestyle, but hopes her work represents something fresh and new.

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Illustrated Cards


By Phillip J. Jones

Freelance illustrator working in Oxford. Graduate from Bath Spa in Graphic Communication where he specialised in Illustration and old age print making. A member of the Association of Illustrators. At the gallery, we currently have cards based on retro wooden design.

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Jewellery


by Tatty Divine

As Tatty Devine celebrate their 10th Birthday we welcome this witty, cool and offbeat brand into the O3 Gallery. Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden, the founders of the company still design every piece and 99% of the jewellery is made by hand in Tatty Devine's own workshops (one in London and one in Kent). It's no surprise that the jewellery often looks more like art, as Harriet and Rosie met on Chelsea School Of Art's Fine Art degree course. They found some bags of leather samples on the street one night, and after graduating used the leather to create wrist cuffs which soon sold out every week at Portobello and Spitalfields markets. Harvey Nichols and Browns began to stock Tatty Devine, and Vogue shot their first collection on Erin O'Connor and John Galliano for the Millennium issue.

"We're proud to represent British design around the world," says Rosie. And, as Tatty Devine continues to grow from a grassroots DIY company into a worldwide brand, Harriet adds "we've always been motivated by fun and independence."
Watch out for The O3 Gallery’s our official Tatty Devine Launch Party which will take place between 6-8pm on Thursday 11th November.

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Wallets


by Sweetly Wrapped

Wallets, purses, passport holders and card holders that look good enough to eat! Each product is handmade with care, using recycled crisp and sweet wrappers that are then encased sturdy wipe clean vinyl....

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Jewellery


by Tamsin Leighton-Boyce

Tamsin is an artist jeweller who uses reclaimed and recycled objects and materials to create one-off pieces of jewellery. She has a passion for working in metals and a belief in the power of art and craft skills to empower people. Tamsin has worked and exhibited in Britain and Internationally; in 2009 she graduated from the School of Jewellery in Birmingham with an MA in Jewellery Silversmithing and Related Products. She currently divides her time between making, exhibiting and working as jewellery technician/tutor in Oxford.

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Nylon Sky


Jewellery born out of a love for geometric pattern and cutting things out with lasers! Spotted by the expert eye of O3 Gallery's Feng at this year's EcoLuxe trade event, London.

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Enamelled Bowls


by Pat Johnson


Pat Johnson has a long involvement with enamelling, the technique of melting coloured glass powders on to a metal surface.
 
Her early work focused on enamel as an art form, as any kind of image and style can be created in enamel, and she had many exhibitions of her panels, both wall mounted and free standing. Through these exhibitions, an opportunity arose for her to move into large scale enamelling on steel. For many years she produced murals for cruiseliners and architectural site in the UK.
 
When a source of copper bowls became available, Pat Johnson switched back to enamelling on copper, because she feels that the unique qualities of enamel - transparency, textures and particularly beautiful colours - were best expressed on copper, especially on smooth, spun bowl forms.

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'Everything Alice, The Wonderland Book of Makes' Book Launch


O3 Gallery
Saturday 9th July 2011, 11am-4pm


As part of Oxford’s Alice’s Day celebrations, O3 Gallery will be selling the gorgeous and uber desirable ‘Everything Alice, The Wonderland Book of Makes’ by Hannah Read-Baldrey and Christine Leech. This publication captures the very essence of Lewis Carroll's magical stories and each of the 50 "Make Me" projects detailed in the book stands alone as a gorgeous item to cherish. Who wouldn't be seduced by a Red Polka Dot Frilly Pinny to wear while baking Cupcakes fit for a king?

As part of the book launch the authors will be running an exciting arts and crafts workshop in the Oxford Castle Gardens, inviting members of the public to make their own Cheshire Cat or White Rabbit Mask curiosities! Not to be missed!

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