blóma is a small accessories brand and everything is designed, handmade, packaged and dispatched by Georgia, the woman behind bloma, from her home in Manchester.
blóma was born out of love for vintage jewellery, design, craft, slow fashion and beautiful accessories.
Inspired by vintage plastic collectibles, childhood memories, Blackpool illuminations and growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, Acid Banana create fun, unique jewellery and for those who aren’t shy to make a statement.
Eve Redmond Jewellery, Manchester Craft & Design Centre
As a designer maker based in the Manchester Craft & Design Centre, Eve set up Divinity studio in 2003. Eve creates and sells both handmade collections and one-off pieces for commissions and exhibitions and has an established reputation for fresh & innovative jewellery.
The understated elegance of the work brings together an innovative use of precious & semi-precious metals, enamelling, diamonds and pearls to create timeless classics designed to be worn everyday.
Colette Hazelwood Jewellery
Maker of Contemporary Jewellery. Creating hand made unique jewellery professionally since 2000.
Her main focus is bespoke commissions. See the Colette Hazelwood Contemporary Jewellery COMMISSIONS pages where you’ll find selected hand made jewellery, including wedding and engagement rings. Reworked/ recycled/ remodelled jewellery from hand-me-downs and heirlooms to unique gifts is her speciality.
Lady and the Laser Beam
The Lady and The Laser Beam is jewellery and homewares business founded by Jody Appleton. Jody is an industrial product design graduate from Sheffield Hallam University.
Setting up in lockdown, she has decided to return to her passion and roots and launch a laser and vinyl cutting business producing pieces to wear and for the home, often with a little fun and humour injected into the designs.
Clare Hillerby, Manchester Craft & Design Centre
Clare creates unique jewellery and collages from her Work/ Shop. Combining old found papers featuring handwriting and old wooden rulers with new metalwork, her jewellery is inspired by history and our urban environment.
Her collages combine old found papers with new handmade elements embellished with paint, stitch and the occasional old found object. She also works to commission.
A small business, Leah has been creating ceramic bowls and plates for a couple of years, so making earrings from clay felt like a logical next step of that studio based ceramic process. Designs are influenced by travel, architecture and experimenting with texture and colour.
Wonderhaus create bold & maximal art jewellery for lovers of neon and folklore.
All items handmade with love at home in Levenshulme. Stunning range of bold, bright earrings and necklaces.
Audrey + George
Audrey + George create earrings that are big, bold and bright but then other pairs that are more muted, neutral and subdued, there are even pairs that were born to DISCO.