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British Craft Trade Fair


The British Craft Trade Fair, Hall 1, The Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate, HG2 8QZ

Dates 12 – 14 April 2015

Artcuts Ltd Remnant Black Angel Bill

Pixalum The British Craft Trade Fair

The British Craft Trade Fair (BCTF) represents the best of British art and design. It is a unique trade fair and has been established for

40 years. The fair represents all disciplines of craft and design

and exhibitors are all geared up to supply trade buyers. With 500+exhibitors at the 2015 fair all disciplines

are represented, and exhibitors are eager and ready to supply trade buyers. The Arts and Crafts movement of the early Twentieth

Century celebrated all that was great about British handmade. Today, with established makers such as Grayson Perry fuelling the imagination of our future stars, Britain continues to leave its mark on the creative world and BCTF represents the very best designer makers. With our unique selling point that everything you

see at the fair is made in Britain, it will enhance your offer to your customers and the increasing demand for genuine British home and giftware. A visit to BCTF is always inspirational and

pleasurable, parking directly outside the venue, easy registration process, high quality venue catering and a relaxed but business friendly atmosphere, it will make your buying experience a pleasure!

Make sure you get your invitation by registering now. Emily Stracey

Stand number 346 Emily’s creations are humorous, colourful and almost

always involves animals. People and animal watching combined with an over active imagination forms the basis for much of her work. Her illustrations are brought to life three dimensionally through ceramics and textiles. Her work is all hand built so each piece is individual in character and personality.

Remnant Black

Stand number N11 Specialising in darkly stitched delights; alternative embroidery inspired by anatomy, vintage medical books and Victoriana. Much of their work explores anatomy and scientific subjects, mixed with a dark sense of humour and vintage soft edge.

Alice Maud

Stand number N8 Traditional style calico dolls which for centuries were a staple part of a child’s nursery, are making an extraordinary come back, as a tailored, high fashion, top quality gift. Loved by adults and children, Alice Maud dolls have a huge nostalgic appeal and they all carry their own embroidered ‘golden heart’ logo and include a certificate of authentication which is individually numbered and signed.

Angel Bill

REGISTRATION – Go to Here is a representation of what you will find if you visit our unique fair this April.

Stand number 166 Angel Bill produce endearing and quirky animals from wood and cloth. Inspiration comes from childhood memories-the simple pleasures of playthings of long ago-reinvented for today.

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Emily Stracey Artcuts Ltd

Stand number 239 Using the best materials available Artcuts produce beautiful decorations to mark seasonal occasions, weddings and other special celebrations. They have small minimum order values, work on short lead times and can drop ship customer personal gifts.

Frances Noon

Stand number 241 Frances started out as a jeweller, specializing in silver. Recently she has used her skills to create 3D pieces in metal and wood, and there is almost always an animal theme to her work alongside a humorous observation.

Pixalum Stand number 104

Contemporary jewellers, Pixalum have recently developed a range of homeware consisting of three designs of table clocks and two designs of wall clocks. Each design is available in different patterns and colours to compliment the home. Their clocks offer customers an affordable gift that is bold, colourful and original. Pixalum’’s varied, bright and attractive jewellery and homeware offers you the opportunity to display eye- catching collections within your shop.

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