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.
Annie makes mosaics for the home and garden. She loves to up cycle and uses all manner of materials from car windscreen glass, broken jewellery, in fact anything she can lay her hands on! She also has a jewellery range which she makes using old damaged vintage china. She loves the thought that small broken pieces can be put together again to make a beautiful whole to be treasured anew. Each one of her pieces is original, unique and one of a kind. If you have a piece of broken china which is of sentimental value, she can recycle it and make it into a lasting memento such as a piece of jewellery.
Contact her by mobile: 079 099 25047 or email: email@example.com and she’d be delighted to help.
Fen Flora have grown British cut flowers and bulbs near Wisbech for many years. Peonies are their speciality in June. Wreaths are always available during the festive season and summer.
They have attended Alexandra Palace Farmers' Market since 2005.
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.
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.