We love meeting face-to-face
We made a conscious choice to keep our service as personal as possible.
That’s why you’ll find us at the best craft, art and jewellery exhibitions from Glasgow to London.
It gives us the opportunity to catch up with customers across the country. We enjoy the feedback process with our returning customers who are always asking what’s new. It also means you can meet us, try things on to and literally get a feel for what we do.
2020 Exhibitions going ahead
With the unfolding world restrictions, more of our upcoming exhibitions have now been cancelled.
13 – 15 November – Desire Jewellery & Silversmithing Fair, Winchester
25 – 29 November – Craft in Focus – West Horsley Place, Surrey
Although we are very disappointed to not be able to meet our customers, old and new, in person at many of the exhibitions, we will be exhibiting online at the Burghley Virtual Christmas Fair, to be featured on the Burghley House website from 1st December to 18th December 2020, and of of course, our office is open to discuss your commissions and Christmas gift ideas.
25th – 29th November
Craft in Focus West – West Horsley Place
Epsom Road, West Horsley, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT24 6AN
If you would like any advice about the exhibition details above, don’t hesitate to get in touch. For example, which are the best craft events, which are the best days to visit, information about parking or access, we are delighted help wherever we can. We do also sometimes have complimentary tickets for events, these are generally reserved for our regular customers, but feel free to get in touch and we will see what we can do! Also many of our customers make arrangements to meet us at an exhibition, there is no commitment involved, it just means that we can reserve a time slot to have a sit down conversation with you about your ideas, desires etc. we do also make appointments for Peter specifically for design consultation – this is a complimentary service.
”I’d lusted after your jewellery every time I passed you at a show. I was immediately drawn by succulent colour combinations, the stones and the enamel — there are few people that do it so well. I’m going to be really happy to pass this jewellery on; it should be kept for years to come as a legacy.”