Jan Pateman

Herne Hill Market




Jan Pateman is a local artisan potter who has lived and worked in South London for the past 35 years. She makes beautiful, simply-decorated, functional ceramics; bowls, plates, mugs, jugs, oil bottles and vases. All her work is thrown and finished by hand, then glazed in her workshop less than a mile from Herne Hill Market.

Farmers' Market artisan foods look and taste better served on hand-made pottery. Don't just take our word for it. Try it for yourself!

Lead and Ball

Herne Hill Market

This stall is a collaboration between Faye Peacock – the founder of Lead & Ball, Classic Stationers of London and three other London based designers and makers; Katie Moh a is leather maker who produces a classic range of leather bags, Katy of Ola-London is a young designer who’s producing minimal and beautiful stationery inlcuding note books and greetings cards and Richard Ince is a sixth generation umbrella maker – a master of his trade.

Together they are committed to producing high-quality, practical and beautiful items for work and for your journey into the office.

The Jewellery Tea Party Company

Herne Hill Market






The Jewellery Tea Party Company provides workshops in the privacy of your own home or workplace, allowing you to make unique jewellery with your friends and colleagues. Prices are based on a minimum of 6 attendees and groups can be of up to 12 people including children; larger groups may be accepted on request.

Alicia who runs the business is an experienced and qualified teacher (QTS) and trainer (CITP/CIPD) with an extensive background in Education. She has recently completed studies in Fine art and continues to develop her creative practice in Jewellery, Sculpture and Printmaking. She uses her experience and techniques learned from other artistic disciplines to help her clients to create unique and good quality designs.

Alicia's jewellery, which has both a traditional and contemporary feel, is also available to purchase. She creates her pieces by exploring a variety of techniques and materials, provides a bespoke service and can repair pieces or recycle vintage items.
www.jewelleryteaparty.com

Naughty Magpie Wares

Herne Hill market

What hidden gem will the Magpie bring to market next?

Sarah Lovett, a professional props buyer for film and television, just can’t stop picking up things that catch her eye. Homewares, fabrics, unusual decorative items, vintage jewellery, modernist ceramics, it’s an ever changing mixture of fascinating stuff, all recycled, crafted or Made in England – no cheap imports here.

Come and be intrigued by Naughty Magpie Wares, and don’t miss the seasonal willow sculptures she makes, Sarah grows willow and green roof plants too.