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Scotland’s Trade Fair Glass giftware


Glass by Kathryn (Scotland’s Trade Fair Stand C15) produces a wide range of handmade fused glass giftware. Candleholders, clocks and coaster are just a few items that Kathryn designs and makes. Kathryn’s work employs kiln forming techniques, fusing colours, metals and hand painting designs onto the glass to create these handmade pieces. All of the glass work is cut, drilled, polished, etched and finished by hand. Visit: www.glassbykathryn.com t: 01592 745744


Zingy range Knitted Clay jewellery


Beauelle Jewellery (Scotland’s Trade Fair Stand B78). Designer Rachel West designs and makes her collections from her studio in Aberdeenshire. Her favourite material to work with is clay. She has spent the last two years working and developing her new range of very unique Knitted Clay pieces. These come in nine colour collections which have been carefully chosen and mixed by Rachel. They are available in rings, earrings, pendants and newly launched mens cufflinks. Visit the website to see full colour range or call for a catalogue. Visit: www.beauelleonline.co.uk t: 07544741436


See the fabulous new zingy range of accessories from Bewitched Accessories (Scotland’s Trade Fair Stand I35) for Spring/Summer 2015. The company has extended its laminated canvas ranges into spring with two new looks- daises and spot florals. Look out for the weekenders, which have been so popular this Autumn. Bewitched also has a stunning embroidered range - a new spin off and, as always, a fantastic range of individually designed scarves to complement the look. Visit: www.bewitched-accessories.co.uk t: 01488 649520


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Scotland’s Trade Fair Spring Jan 18th – 20th 2015 Stand I35


November / December 2014 Giftware & Home Review 41


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