Linda MacDonald Jewellery

Award winning silver jewellery that capture the essence of the countryside and romance made in Cardross, Dumbarton.

Beverley Hutton-Moore

Beverley Graduated from Gray’s School of Art in 1995 with a 2.1 in Craft and design. She also worked with Malcolm Appleby both whilst at University and for 3 years thereafter in the Aberfeldy area. She relocated back to Aberdeenshire in 2000 to concentrate on running her own studio workshop. She is inspired by the surrounding countryside with nature playing …

Kathryn Williamson

Kathryn is originally from Fife and moved back there in 2000 after 12 years in the London jewellery industry to establish her own studio in Pittenweem. The work is heavily influenced by items found beach walking and inform her choice of colour, shape and texture when designing. Pieces currently in the gallery are sterling silver and etched resin.

Caroline Finlay

Caroline works from her studio in a renovated fire station in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, UK and trained at Grays School of Art, Aberdeen. The unpredictable nature and untamed beauty of the Scottish coastline is her constant source of inspiration. She works mainly in silver and vitreous enamel. Enamel allows her to introduce colour into her work and use a palette …

Ellie Rattenbury

Ellie lives in Banchory and produces hand crafted silver and semi precious stone jewellery inspired by local flora and fauna from her home studio.

Lorna Purvis

A graduate from Grays College of Art in Jewellery Manufacture and Design, Lorna draws inspiration from the natural world and its organic shapes and forms. Through the process of fusing silver and semi-precious stones, Lorna successfully conveys her love of the natural environment and the elements.