Shiny things for February at The Red Door Gallery

Yay you made it through January, that’s sure to be cause for celebration and a wee shiny treat to mark the start of February? Or maybe you’re on the look out for some beautiful treats for that special someone this Valentines Day? We’ve got lots of beautiful but simple Jewellery behind our Red Doors. The perfect every day wear and all handmade here in the UK, Some only a few miles from our very doors. 🙂

It seems only right that we start with the ones closest to home. We’ve worked with the talented Fiona Luing for a number of years now. We love the simplicity of her silver stacking rings, textured earrings, dome studs and most recently her necklace collection. Fiona makes all these beautiful pieces from her studio at Coburg House in sunny Leith. What’s your favourite? We love the simplicity of these Dome Studs. Available in 5 sizes, whether you want to go understated or bold theres a size for everyone. All Fiona’s jewellery is made from Sterling Silver. These studs are also available Oxidised too.

Another of the Scottish favourites is the talented duo Tom Pigeon. Based in Pittenweem, a small fishing village on the East Coast of Fife. Kirsty and Pete are known for their clean lines and geometric shapes. Their collection is both modern yet with a mid-century aesthetic. Make a statement with their new Form Panel Necklace. We love the colour combination of the dusky pink, navy and brass. If prints are more your thing then you’ll love their limited edition Artefacts Foiled Prints. These prints are inspired by collections and keepsakes and are beautifully foiled onto speckled paper.

Artefact Brass by Tom Pigeon

Heading canal side now in picturesque Hebden Bridge in North Yorkshire, with Annie from Modern Alchemy. Her minimalist jewellery is inspired by architecture, artists/movements, the surrounding landscape and natural forms. Her love of geometric shapes and structures is reflected in her work. She likes to utilize simple shapes and surface textures to highlight the beauty of the materials she uses to create jewellery suitable for everyday wear.

ModernAlchemyMoonPhaseEarringsThese Moon Phase studs are one of our favourites

Taking it a little further south with the creative duo Pistol and Peach from Sheffield. They like to integrate the notion of yin yang into the creation of their pieces, which marry organic and emerging materials with traditional craftsmanship and newer technologies. Lots of geometric lines and etched details add a tough edge to their beautiful jewellery made from Silver and Brass.

large silver shadow studs by pistol and peach

Looking for quirky and fun jewellery with a little sparkly edge? Who needs a party excuse for these Party Brooches by Lucie Ellen. Lucie is based in London and works from her Eastside Garden Studio. Her collection is made from Plywood and fun collaged paper, glitter and paint. Lucie prides herself on using as much reclaimed and environmentally responsible materials as possible. Jewellery with a conscious. A fun collection that’s sure to bring a smile to your face. 🙂

party brooch, lucie ellen, mint, copper. glitter, brooch

Glitter, foiled, silver, brass, gold, we love anything shiny that catches our magpie eye. Foiled leather accessories? Yes Please……….Cats you say???? Go on then…….. Designed in Cambridge and handmade in Scotland. If you’ve got a love for quirky leather goods, you should check out their full collection

Cat Clutch by Ark Design

Available in 3 striking colours, you’re sure to find one to match your outfit. Black, Grey or Brown.

sugar skull, tri coin purse, leather, sodakitsch, foil embossed

Made locally are these cute tri coin holders by SodaKitsch. Each item either Hand Screen Printed in Copper or Foil Embossed with their own illustrated design. The Skulls are the perfect gift for your difficult to buy for other half.

Shiny things for February at The Red Door Gallery

Lots more shiny things by all these wonderful artists behind our Red Doors. Come have a look and treat that special someone this coming Valentines Day Wed 14th February or for the Parks and Recreations Fans out there, why not celebrate Gallentines Day on Tues 13th February? Get all your best ladies together and celebrate your friendship! 🙂

If you’ve been by the gallery this week you might have spied the installation by the current ECA 4th year illustration students. You can find their work here. Will a blog to follow in the next few days. 🙂

Have a lovely weekend. Fingers crossed for Sunshine!! 🌞