Aiming High

Mountains, skiing and tradition are some of the influences used by The Little Workshop to create affordable silver jewellery.

“In the early morning before the sun has had a chance to rise above the beautiful peaks, the snow has this glistening, shimmering light that is crisp and sparkly.” The textured pendants in the collection perfectly reflect this special light.

Handmade, using traditional jewellery techniques and tools, passed down from generation to generation whilst The Little Workshopp is one of the newest members of the Jewellery Quarter Open Studios family they are certainly already telling the story of their art.

A love of the the mountains is also reflected in the studio location which is on the top floor, be prepared for steep stairs but just like climbing up a snowy peak once you get there the view is fabulous.

Open 23/24 November 11-16

Sentimental Journey

Charlotte Lowe

Charlotte Lowe’s collections of handmade jewellery celebrate today’s special moments with the memories that will always matter. Inspired by the joys brought to us through the simple moments in life, Charlotte’s uniquely styled silhouette designs depict precious memories shared with family and friends to evoke sentimental feelings from within.

Celebrating their 10th Anniversary this year a new collection called “Moments like this” brings a collection of precious moments under beautiful blue skies.

The beauty of the process used by Charlotte means that you can commission your own favourite moments to be captured from photo image to jewellery. A real way to carry those you hold dear around with you always.

So a big congratulations to Charlotte Lowe who will be opening her studio for the first time With us on 23/24 November 11-16. Take a visit and create your own special memory.

June 29th – 30th – we’re back!

Hi there! It’s great to be back bringing you news of all the makers, artists and small manufacturers that are taking part in our first Jewellery Quarter Open Studios of 2019. This year we are again running alongside Jewellery Quarter Festival so along with visiting us to see making from the contemporary to the heritage there will also be lots of other activities happening around the Jewellery Quarter on 29th and 30th June.

You’ll see from the logo that we have changed our colours to tie in to Jewellery Quarter Festival so do please look out for their advertising campaign that will begin in earnest on 1st June.

We’ve got some fantastic makers on the trail this time and we are pleased to see many new faces joining us. Two new additions, Pavlov Ceramics and Odox are just a few minutes walk away from each other so if “new” is you then be sure to start your trail here.

The map will be published by the end of the week on this site and will be downloadable but for now take a look at the makers listed on the site for a flavour of what we have to offer here in the Jewellery Quarter where we remain “a community of makers”.

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