Making a Winterís Tale

Handmade gifts for the festive season

17 November - 24 December 2016

This November, Contemporary Applied Arts (CAA), home to works from Britainís leading craftspeople, will launch Making a Winterís Tale, a seasonal selling exhibition. It will offer a range of meaningful gifts at accessible price points, as well as high-value collectorsí pieces. This curated selection is imbued with skill, innovation and tradition. 

From the decorative to the functional and wearable, in a range of diverse materials from clay to precious gemstones, each handmade object is a one off. 

As the leading authority on high-end British craft, CAA is a trusted resource for collectors and first time buyers alike. With 350 maker members from all over the UK, the CAA gallery represents both leading and emerging names.

David Poston, jewellery

Alison Lowry, glass

Adi Toch, metal

Christian O'Reilly, furniture

Susan Nemeth, ceramics

Rod Page, wood

ZŲe Hillyard, textiles

Deborah Werbner, silver bells

Gill Forsbrook, jewellery

Samantha Sweet, glass

Claire Malet, metal

Sarah Kay, furniture

Matthew Warner, ceramics

Eleanor Lakelin, wood

Sara Brennan, textiles

Kelvin J Birk, tree decorations

Featured Maker: Charlie Macpherson
Charlie Macpherson creates unique pieces of hand blown contemporary glass. His approach balances the simplicity of his forms with more complicated use of line and pattern.

Opening Hours Christmas 2016 
Monday  - Saturday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 24 December 10am - 2pm



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