Handmade and designed by myself in my small garden studio in Shropshire I create stained glass artwork for the home and garden .The glass art pieces are made using the traditional method dating back hundreds of years.


Charlotte Lowe Jewellery celebrates today’s special moments with the memories that will always matter. Inspired by the joys brought to us through the simple moments in life, these styled silhouette designs depict precious memories shared with family and friends to evoke sentimental feelings from within. Working mainly in sterling silver and 22ct gold vermeil with limited editions also available in gold and platinum, each piece within the collection has been etched to reveal an enchanting image upon the surface. Whether it’s a romantic gesture, the love a shared between a parent and child or an admiration for your beloved pet, Charlotte’s collections are designed to celebrate those precious moments spent with your loved ones. In addition to an extensive range of jewellery, Charlotte Lowe also works to commission, handcrafting beautiful items from customers own photographs. See photographs transformed into a distinctive silhouette design or turned into a detailed image onto the surface. Each piece is designed and made locally in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter.


My work is heavily influenced by, and aims to capture emotional experiences within landscape of both rural Shropshire & travels further afield. Semi abstract, textural painting forms the basis of work and layers are built mostly in paint but often with the addition of textiles. Many works are reproduced as giclee prints and greeting cards. Small items of mixed media jewellery are produced, each one being a small original painting in itself to be worn and treasured. My studio in Jackfield is both my workspace and my gallery. Visitors are welcome to visit, see what’s on the easel or workbench and view a wider selection of my work.


I have been designing and creating jewellery for over 40 years, I work in silver, gold ,precious stones and diamonds and am happy to take commissions for engagement rings and wedding rings. I can also recycle your unloved gold and stones and create them into something more contemporary. My jewellery is quite organic one of my current collection is based on Morphology which is the study of the shape and form of organisms, the holes in this collection are perfect for embroidering gemstone beads on to the jewellery. You may have already seen my work in Film as I made two tiaras for Gwyneth Paltrow in Shakespeare In Love and for Amy Adams in the film The Wedding Date. Passed clients have included the Duchess of Gloucester, Joan Collins, and Dawn French. I originally trained at the Birmingham school of jewellery with a City and Guilds then after working in London for 5 years I went back to collage to take a Degree at Middlesex University in 3D design specialising in jewellery.


Jean Jenkins is known for her statement vessels inspired by nature. Her work is predominately hand built using slabs and coils refined to produce flowing forms. Jean works from her studio overlooking the Shropshire countryside producing sculptural vessels and planters for the garden and functional bowls and bottles for the home. firing her pots 1240c she combines a smooth tactile finish with a natural stone appearance.


Working with both traditional & modern techniques, Stephanie is a Jewellery designer & Goldsmith with a strong focus on sustainability. ‘Responsibly Sourced, Responsibly Made’, Stephanie works with ethically sourced Gemstones & uses Recycled and Fairmined Metals to create her Ready-To-Wear range of Luxury Fashion & Fine Jewellery. Stephanie specialises in custom design and Heirloom remodelling.


Tim Hebbard is a painter working mostly in oils and gouache, based at his studio in Bewdley. His focus on art began at 15 when he attended classes for artistically talented pupils at Dudley School of Art. After leaving school he enrolled on a course to study Fine Arts at Wolverhampton College of Art from 1958 to 1963, becoming ‘Student of the Year’ in 1961, and being subsequently awarded a Travelling Scholarship. Following graduation he began a 30 year teaching career in secondary and further education. In 2005 he retired to Brittany in France and was able to become a full time painter with his own atelier. During 14 years in France, he produced a rich variety of paintings inspired by the landscape and coast, his observation of the people and the environment, physical and cultural, in which he lived. He exhibited locally in one man shows and was associated with groups of artists exhibiting throughout France. Having returned to England in 2019 he is now settled in Bewdley, and so his new works are influenced by the historic towns and inspiring landscapes of Worcestershire and Shropshire in particular. He also has a great interest in the Black Country area.