Wrapped Up, the Devon Guild of Craftsmen’s annual Christmas exhibition is back for its sixth year on Saturday, November 21, with a selection of contemporary crafts from £3 to £2,000.
The work of over 60 makers has been chosen for its originality, affordability and functionality, with work from the likes of Craft & Design Best Newcomer award-winner Daniel Kavanagh. Along with the work of up-and-coming Devon-based Hamble and Jemima, who produce a range of bag designs from recycled material.
For more details of who’s on show, go to our Devon Guild of Craftsmen page.
(Images, from the top, Yoko Izawa Rings; Louise Frost – big flower bracelet; bag by Hamble & Jemima; Rosanna Martin Striped; Craig Fellows – Poppy Scarf; and Her Hair by Claire Loder)
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