Handmade in Britain

Set in a stately hall, and now in its sixth year, this intriguing show presents handmade design and home accessories from over 100 makers
Sue Binns ceramic jugs and teapots
Blue and white teapots and jugs by Sue Binns at Handmade in Britain
November 16-18
Set in a stately hall, and now in its sixth year, this intriguing show presents handmade design and home accessories, fashion, textiles, woodwork, glass, jewellery, paper, metalwork, ceramics, sculpture and furniture from over 100 makers, who are on hand to explain and sell their work, and take orders for bespoke pieces.

“These objects are personally crafted by their designers,” says organiser Piyush Suri. “They are a direct result of their inspirations, influences, experiences and expertise.”
Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, London SW3; handmadeinbritain.co.uk.

Meanwhile an attractive new book by Mary McDermott, called Inspired London is a friendly guide to 150 designer makers, and costs £12.99 from wemakelondon.co.uk.

We Make London also has selling events on on 10-11 November at Spitalfields Market, E1, with 70 designers; and 29 November at Camden Night Market, Camden Lock, NW1, with 18 designers.

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