Not everyone sells through isle20 – lots of folk have their own shops. Follow the links to browse other jewellery makers.
Handcrafted silver & glass jewellery plus a few more treats from the actual Tiree shop.
Beautifully crafted bespoke jewellery and collections
I design and make a range of silver jewellery on the island of Yell, Shetland. I work from a small workshop at the back of the house… I’ve lived in Shetland all my life and started designing/making silver jewellery about 5 years ago… I make rings (including the popular ‘Spinner’ rings), as well as a range of pendants, bangles, earrings etc…
Isle of Lewis
Handcrafted Hebridean Jewellery, inspired by the organic. Transforming flora, fauna, seaweed and rock textures in to precious metal
Isle of Lewis
Handmade polymerclay earrings
Jewellery inspired by Islands’ nature and history.
Isle of Iona
Aosdàna is a beautiful gallery & studio on Iona selling contemporary & traditional jewellery
Isle of Lewis
Handmade silver plated and titanium jewellery featuring ceramic and resin designs inspired by the natural colours of the Hebridean landscape. I also produce small resin artworks, prints and greeting cards.
Working with silver, gold and platinum I make and sell contemporary jewellery. Alongside creating my own collections I carry out repairs, commissions and can melt and remodel your existing pieces.
I sell my beautiful handmade Jewellery and pieces of art, such as my sun catchers, tiny beach bottles and buttons, all made from locally collected sea glass & sea pottery. I pride myself on using recycled card for my gift boxes as I care greatly about the environment.
Isle of Arran
Jess MacDonald Brass jewellery is an exploration and tribute to our natural world. Based on the Isle of Arran, Jess uses modern and traditional techniques to create textures and forms that evoke emotion and adventure.
Stewart Moar Jewellery is a small business based in Orkney that focuses on using craftsmanship and traditional skills and methods rather than relying on machinery. Stewart personally designs, crafts, manufactures and finishes each piece by hand. He draws inspiration from the landscape and heritage of Orkney, as well as introducing Scottish, Celtic and Norse influences. Even though Stewart’s jewellery and designs are traditional, he explores contemporary and abstract themes. Stewart Moar Jewellery has a great range, with pieces to suit various budgets and tastes including brooches, necklaces, earrings, pendants, rings and bracelets, although he happily works to commission and will design and make any requests from customers.
Inspired by rural island life, Soa takes its name from a small tidal island off the coast of the Isle of Tiree. Soa designs are hand-made from precious metals, with textures, shapes and colours drawn from the environment and light of the Hebrides.
Contemporary silver jewellery inspired by nature
Handcrafted silver and gold jewellery. We have a wide range of jewellery, something for everyone. We use hot glass enamel to bring colour to our silver jewellery, using the colours from Orkney to inspire the jewellery. All our jewellery comes boxed and can be gift wrapped and sent direct to the recipient with a message from you. We have some unique glass pieces, which are stunning, check out our Pat Cheney Glass Range.
Scarves jewellery shearer Candles handbags Islay infusions
Fused glass and felt artworks and jewellery.
Hand made jewellery designs made with gemstones from all over the world.
Made in Benbecula.
Hand made jewellery from beachcombed pebbles and sea glass found in the Isle of Colonsay.
The Celtic House’s story begins in 1959 when the Roy family established a purpose built shop in Bowmore, Islay. What began initially as a shop that provided quality clothes and shoes at a time when people did not travel as frequently, expanded and evolved over the years increasingly stocking original items inspired by Islay and the wider west coast Scottish heritage. Today, the Celtic House is known throughout Scotland and beyond as a long established island business specialising in fine island Celtic and Scottish gifts, knitwear, jewellery, books, maps, many other items and original commissions.