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March/April 2012

craft&design issue 220, March/April 2012 Blown Glass by Richard Golding Silverware by Alex Ramsay Earrings by Charlotte Verity Scarf by Handweaver Nick Ozanne Silver Vessel by Abigail Brown Ceramic Forms by Hilary Simms Contemporary Vessel by Martyn Pugh Kate Wimbush Figurative Jewellery

Front Cover Feature

  • Alaska & Nepal: travel and nature inspire Abigail Brown’s organic silversmithing

Makers Features

  • ‘Reflection and Shadow’, Alex Ramsay’s silverware and architectural metalwork
  • ‘The Light Fantastic’ jewellery by designer maker Charlotte Verity
  • Introducing handweaver Nick Ozanne, our new Diary Writer for 2012
  • Samantha Braund’s jewellery is inspired by myths and legends
  • Kate Wimbush, colourful figurative jewellery
  • Blown Away and on Track at Station Glass

Craft & Design Month 2012

  • What are you doing in May 2012 - we’re here to help you promote it

craft&design Selected Awards

  • Don’t miss the amazing exhibition of our 2011 Award Winners work - and remember to vote in our 2012 Awards too!


  • Jewellery Courses & Workshops for all levels of experience
  • Craft & Art Courses & Workshops, including our 16 page 2012 Directory telling you who specialises in what Business
  • Pete Mosley’s observations and comments on Setting Out Your Stall

Makers Gallery

  • Designer Makers working in many media
  • Putting the spotlight on Jewellery and Precious Metal work


  • It’s British Craft Trade Fair time again and we have a 12 page Preview to tempt you!
  • A taste of things to come at Desire The London Jewellery & Silversmithing Fair
  • Needlework in miniature at Miniatura
  • Coming up... h+h Cologne and Art in Action
  • Celebrating British Talent with Living Crafts at Hatfield House
  • Show Case: Craft Carnival & Landmark Arts Centre
  • Looking back at Origin 2011
  • Looking ahead with Romor Exhibitions
  • Where&When - your 6 page guide to what’s going on where during March and April

Guilds & Societies

  • All that Glisters: The Calligraphy and Lettering Society’s exhibition launches in London

Craft Supplies

  • Jewellery making with Sutton Tools and Cookson’s New Cook Book
  • Cutters from Kit Box plus the latest from London Jewellery Supplies
  • Valentine Clays and the professionals


  • Glass by Richard Glass at 45 Southside
  • Adam Hussain’s solo show in Leeds
  • The Anthony Shaw collection comes to York
  • Coming Up... exhibitions at a Gallery near you

And there’s more...

  • Hannah McAndrew and colleagues take a trip to the US with Craft Scotland
  • Chatting with Sally Hoban, Heritage & Training Officer at Birmingham’s Assay Office
  • A very special commission for Anne Morgan
  • Recently released books, the Editor’s selection
  • Thinking of Starting a Craft Business? Now’s the time to take the plunge!
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Contemporary Glass Society

craft&design Best Newcomer Award at BCTF

Congratulations to Charlotte Wilkinson! We'll tell you more about Charlotte and her spectacular glass in our May issue of craft&design Online!

craft&design Highly Commended Newcomer Award at BCTF


We were delighted to present our Highly Commended Newcomer Award to Rouaida Boullier ROUAIDA.COM for her highly original range of jewellery. Find out more in our May issue of craft&design Online!

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