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All jewellery

Not everyone sells through isle20 – lots of folk have their own shops. Follow the links to browse other jewellery makers.

Dot Sim Jewellery


Hand crafted contemporary jewellery. My designs are inspired by windswept beaches, stormy seas, rock pools and dramatic skies. Pieces are handmade using traditional gold and silversmithing techniques.

Alison Moore Designs


Handmade precious metal and gemstone jewellery

Hazel’s Sea Jewellery


Hand made jewellery from beachcombed pebbles and sea glass found in the Isle of Colonsay.

Indigo Berry

Isle of Skye

Handcrafted silver and gemstone jewellery, designed and created by the artist Michelle Seviour in the Isle of Skye. Taking inspiration from the landscape and culture of the Highlands, as well as drawing on her art history background, Michelle’s materials-led design approach means every piece is unique.

Hand made on Arran

Isle of Arran

I make all types of beaded jewellery and accessories, including beaded Christmas baubles.

Zoe Davidson Jewellery


Beautiful sculptural jewellery inspired by Orkney’s seas, history and coastlines.

Wild Isles Jewellery

Isle of Lewis

Bespoke Handcrafted Jewellery. Inspired, designed & handcrafted down by the sea…
I use the Islands beauty and rawness for inspiration within my work.

Jess MacDonald Brass

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.

Shetland Jewellery


Silver, gold and platinum jewellery inspired by the isles, norse mythology and anything else we think looks great in metal.

Red Houss


Silver Jewellery, some with traditional Fair Isle patterns

Karlin Anderson Jewellery Design


Beautifully crafted bespoke jewellery and collections


Isle of Lewis

Handcrafted Hebridean Jewellery, inspired by the organic. Transforming flora, fauna, seaweed and rock textures in to precious metal

The Celtic House


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.

Salka Hebridean Sea Glass Jewellery

Isle of Lewis

Beautiful handmade sea glass jewellery made in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.

Hebridean Jewellery


Celtic Jewellery handcrafted in the Outer Hebrides employee owned business.

Aurora Jewellery


Handcrafted silver and gold jewellery, alongside carefully selected gifts for all occasions – including exclusive Orkney tartan products.

AniMac Design


An eclectic mix of wearable jewellery designs for women who like to make a statement.

Stewart Moar Jewellery


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. ​

Sarah Kay Arts


Leading resin artist, creating a variety of home decor, gifts, buttons and jewellery pieces from Shetland.

Karen Duncan Jewellery


With over 30 years experience of making jewellery, Karen Duncan was the first designer/maker in Orkney to receive the accolade of being accepted into The Guild of Master Craftsmen which recognises the high standards of craftsmanship attained by artisans engaged in craft, art, trade, profession or vocation.