Come join Poppy and other talented makers at our annual CHRISTMAS SALE in our cute Penzance workshop! Lots of lovely bargains to be had: seconds, discontinued and current products!
Expect great atmosphere, lots of fun and gorgeous hand made goodies!
2nd & 3rd December, from 11-4pm.
See you there! x
Meet the makers:
POPPY TREFFRY: Our company was founded by designer maker Poppy Treffry in 2004. We hand make a range of quirky gifts and accessories featuring Poppy’s illustrative designs. A lot of work goes into our products, we use quality materials, local suppliers, simple, low impact production techniques and old Singer sewing machines.
We get a lot of joy from what we do and we want our products to make you smile!
LUXULYAN VALLEY CANDLES: the makers of Cornwall's best loved luxury scented candles. Made using premium vegetable wax blend, all their products are vagan and friendly to the environment and to their customers' health.
Inspired by the surrounding Cornish coastline and countryside; hand poured on a farm in the heart of the beautiful Luxulyan Valley, Cornwall.
THE BLACK RABBIT: They make knitted lambswool gifts in beautiful colours, printed textile and paper products and greetings cards for every occasion, some with badges!
Their products are designed in a little studio by the sea just outside Margate, Kent in England. (http://
FREYA LAUGHTON: Freya Laughton is an artist living and working in West Cornwall. She has been drawing, painting and making things (textiles, other craft items) for as long as she can remember. In her own words, she has learned from 'wonderful artists over the years, including Jack TROWBRIDGE, Carole VINCENT and many artists in the McGuffey Art Center of Charlottesville, Virginia.'
LINCOLN KIRBY-BELL CERAMICS: "Since completing a degree in ceramic design in 1983 I have worked full time as a studio potter in a number of countries, carried out some teaching, and worked on a number of archaeological excavations with a ceramic component.
My decoration is largely inspired by basic design elements that can be found in all ancient civilizations- spots, spirals, circles, linear patterns and stripes."
JOAN SUTCLIFFE: After many years of making jewellery in Cornwall the experience of uprooting and living in Australia for seven years caused a momentous shift in my creative process. The act of travelling translated into my work which became much freer, more immediate and intuitive. I now work directly into my preferred materials: silver and 18ct. yellow gold which I often combine with labradorite, moonstone, opal, pearl, tourmaline or diamond. Art Nouveau and Ancient Egypt have been lasting influences and recently I have become fascinated by the Auroras and all things Polar.