Karen Morrison is an award winning London based jewellery designer who creates fine and fashion jewellery.
Karen is inspired by the natural environment and the Art Deco period, she also has a life-long passion for fashion, both contemporary and vintage. Each piece is handcrafted by Karen in her Brixton studio with the help of Hatton Garden craftsmen for stone setting and gold plating. She works with colourful precious gemstones and freshwater pearls blended with sterling silver, 9ct gold, oxidised silver and 22ct gold plate. Karen creates jewellery that can be worn everyday as well as glamorous statement pieces for evening wear.
Her jewellery has featured in many publications such as; Vogue.com, Elle, Grazia, Red, Wedding and Home, ES magazine and Professional Jeweller magazine.
We had a lovely get together last week for our stallholders, market team and friends of CCFM. No better opportunity to get to know each other better than in this gorgeous sunny weather and over some delicious food!
Big thanks to everyone who came along and made it so enjoyable!
The Crooked Style is the label under which South London Artist and Illustrator Alodie Fielding sells her quirky, fairytale and folklore inspired artwork. Her work comes in the form of high quality digital prints, hand made cards, unique illustrated pendants, brooches and rings and hand drawn shrink art jewellery. Future products will include limited edition screen prints and hand painted items such as picture frames and boxes.
Alodie has been regularly selling her wares from her stall at Herne Hill since September 2012 and also sells through her website and other outlets.
Pat created her ‘Striipes’ concept after returning from living in Kenya for 21 years, where she taught art and was a well-established artist. Her merchandise is varied , widely sourced and includes her own creations. Her products from Nairobi are bought from local women’s groups whom she knows. There are striped Kenyan baskets, striped Kenyan cotton home items like napkins, cushions and aprons, and her own abstract striped pictures and cards. The ‘Striipes’ theme links all her exciting and colourful goods.
As an artist, her other paintings and exhibition history can be viewed on www.patkeay.com
We wish all our customers and producers a very happy & prosperous 2018 – thank you for your continued support!
Look out for your favourite stalls, as well as some really special new stalls coming in February and March at Oval, Alexandra Palace & Herne Hill Markets.
Some exciting new changes coming in the spring, with new stalls at Telegraph Hill Market.
More lovely food & craft stalls coming in the new year at Stepney Market.