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Meet and get to know all the amazing designers who will participate in London Accessory Week 2021

We thought you would enjoy a list of our talented designers who will showcase their beautiful designs at London Accessory Week 2021. Each of them has their unique style and one thing in common, great passion to create and share their creations with the world. Visit London Accessory Week, and enjoy their amazing works and stories!

Cotton Knots

By Amy Dale

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Cotton Knots Handmade Macrame is Unique handmade Macramé décor and accessories Small Brand on the Essex Coast by Amy Dale. She specialises in home decor and accessories and loves working with her lovely customers to also create unique and bespoke pieces for their home. "It started as a hobby and quickly turned into a little business I run from my little seaside home alongside working full time." Amy.

Contact her: amy-bec@hotmail.co.uk

Website: www.cottonknotsmacrame.bigcartel.com

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Ochini Millinery

By Ochini Gunatilake

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Ochini is an independent designer and artist currently based in London.

When Ochini presented her fabric flower bouquets at a wedding showcase she was surprised to find that the hair accessories she presented as a side interest provoked a lot of attention from onlookers. From that day on, her focus was redirected into headwear.​ Most of Ochini's inspiration derives from her love for floral patterns and print, merging western techniques with eastern majestic and mystical elements.

Discover Ochini's collection: Virtual Market

Contact her: ochini.millinery@hotmail.com

Website: ochinimillinery.co.uk

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Cloud + Clay

By Lucy Blenkinsop

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

Cloud + Clay create polymer clay jewellery - all designed and handcrafted in Staffordshire, by Lucy Blenkinsop. Lucy is incredibly talented young designer who studied fashion at Sheffield Hallam University for 2 years prior to Cloud + Clay. She has been featured in TATLER, ELLE UK online and Refinery29 UK.

Contact her: cloudandclaydesign@gmail.com

Website: cloudandclay.co.uk

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London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

The design of her collection is inspired by Middle Eastern Architecture. Decorations make frequent use of geometric patterns and are often built on combinations of repeated squares and circles which may be overlapped and interlaced to form intricate and complex patterns including a wide variety of tiles. Laser-etched on sustainable wood painted and varnished with organic material.

Discover Kristina's collection: Virtual Market

Contact her: info@arkjourney.com

Website: arkjourney.com

Meanmagenta Marbling Art

By Paola De Giovanni

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

Paola De Giovanni's photographic work focuses on the strengths of simple things often overlooked in today's fast-paced society. She uses her camera to document and preserve dramatic light, timeless beauty and fleeting moments of perfection, both in an urban environment and in nature. "Marbling to me is like meditation, a playful way to create abstract beauty, a journey into spellbinding patterns, and create haphazard designs." Paola.

Contact her: paola_degio@yahoo.co.uk

Website: meanmagenta-photography.com/shop

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Atram Colours

By Marta Rosiak

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Atram Colours was born from love of colour and jewellery.What you'll find in her collection is all handmade design and features African wax prints called Ankara, Czech glass beads, leather cords and Swarovski pearls.

"My inspirations come from my London life, from my travels and from my birth country Poland." 

Marta

Discover Marta's collection: Virtual Market

Contact her: info@atramcolours.co.uk

Website: www.atramcolours.co.uk

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Florette Designs

By Mandeep Kaur

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

Mandy wanted to create a brand to encourage the use of  environmentally-friendly, sustainable, and cruelty-free fashion with meaning behind it.

"Inspired by Nature, we often use real flowers, roses and gemstones to create a high quality demi-fine fusion of statement and everyday wear jewellery and homeware." Mandy  

Contact her: florettedesigns@gmail.com

Website: www.florettedesigns.co.uk

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Monique Lee Millinery

By Monique Lee Hylands-White

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

Monique launched Monique Lee Millinery in 2013, her approach to hat design is adventurous, experimental. Her designs have been featured in over 200 covers and editorials: VOGUE, Vanity Fair (Emma Watson, shot by Tim Walker, March 2017, and Kate McKinnon, shot by Annie Leibovitz, Nov 2017), L’Officiel, Schön!, Tatler, Hello!, Brides, AnOther, The Protagonist, Superior, The Guardian, The Independent, Evening Standard, Sunday Times, Royal Ascot Official, Channel 4 Racing and many more.

Contact her: info@moniquelee.uk

Website: www.moniquelee.uk

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Unicrafts London

By Emeri De Biaggi

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

Emeri designs unique handmade boxes and organisers covered in fabric to brighten up your space. Unique cross stitch creations. She really cares about her customers and takes custom orders too.

Customer Review: "Amazing box, great attention to details, very good contact with shop owner, she is open for all modifications!"

Contact her: crafts.london@gmail.com

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Ark Jewellery 

By Kristina Smith

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Preciously Wired Jewellery

By Penelope Mander

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

Penelope designs and make Preciously Wired jewellery and each piece is an exclusive one-off handcrafted original.
She is passionate about designing and making jewellery and has been selling online since 2000. She
 works exclusively with precious metals and genuine gemstones (precious and semi-precious) and genuine pearls; and every piece of jewellery is made with care and an attention to detail you’ll find hard to beat.

Contact her: preciouslywired@hotmail.com

Website: preciouslywired.com

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Mara Girone Simple Sophistication

By Mara Girone

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

Her work is inspired by the tapestry of life and speaks to women who are adventurous, feminine, brave and authentic. She embellishes clothes with hand embroidery for women who are guided by passion and curiosity for our rich and colourful world, facing every day with independent spirit and style. "I fell in love with hand-embroidery at the age of 8, and returned to this art regularly throughout my life." Mara.

Contact her: hello@maragirone.com

Website: maragirone.com

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By Karen Priestley

Priestleys

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Luxury handmade leather accessories customised, personalised, handcrafted by Karen herself.

"I have been obsessed with luxury handbags and accessories since I can remember, and worked hard to build up my collection! I studied fashion at university, and spent 10 years lecturing fashion, art and teaching before stepping into management. I never let go of designing." Karen.

Contact her: priestleysuk@gmail.com

Website: priestleys.uk

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High Maintenance Jewellery

By Kate Hunter

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

High Maintenance Jewellery was created in 2009 by British Jewellery Designer, Kate Hunter. All of her jewellery is personally designed and handmade, making each jewellery piece a unique creation.
HMJ is a business that understands the need of individuality. They are available for one-to-one consultations with our clients if they desire a bespoke piece of jewellery, a gift, and/or jewellery to style with a specific outfit.

Contact her: highmaintenancejewellery@yahoo.co.uk

Website: highmaintenancejewellery.co.uk

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By Sian Naomi Dorman

Sian Dorman Textiles

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

Sian Naomi Dorman is a London based Sustainable Costume Designer & Set Installation Artist. Working at a time when sustainability and eco-consciousness is more important than ever. Sian innovatively combines materials such as: disposed fabrics (natural & synthetic), collected plastics & other waste items, vegetables, fruits, and other 'gifts' from nature, which she then melts, bonds, wraps, manipulates, constructs, deconstructs, and moulds, to become three-dimensional 'wearable art' and set installation sculptures.

Contact her: info@siandormantextiles.co.uk 

Website: siandormantextiles.co.uk

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London Accessory Week 

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The Korean term Nolja (놀자) means “come play”. Designer Keum Jin creates playful silvermith works of art using silver, gold, pearls, and gem stones. The designs are influenced by the different cultures Keum Jin experienced, as a Korean artist, who spent nine years in London and is currently living in Switzerland. Each piece of jewellery is handmade and unique. You can find rings, necklaces, earrings, pendants, bracelets and bangles. The jewelleries are designed and created by Keum Jin herself in her studio in the old town of Zürich, Switzerland.

Contact her: nolja8001@gmail.com

By Keum Jin Karlaganis

NOLJA — PLAYFUL SILVERSMITH

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London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Behind the cheerful name and fascinating designs of Bubolini shines the talented Gergana.

A happy “customer” pointed out she had golden hands and should be using them in starting a business. This is how Bubolini was born.

"I am now full of ideas. There are many causes, I’d like to support and raise awareness on as an artist, creator and a small business." Gergana

Contact her: nolja8001@gmail.com

Website: bubolini.co.uk

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Mirabelle House Millinery

By Anne Mack

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Mirabelle House Millinery is a brand created by young and tallanted milliner Anne Mack specializing in Vintage-Inspired Headwear. 

"I enjoy both drawing interest in creating something different and challenging, while achieving balance within the same piece. It is similar in a way to stirring someone's temper, and calming it simultaneously. This can be done with the elements of texture, shapes, colors, and concepts." Anne 

Contact her: nyhandcrafts@yahoo.com

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KLDWLV Studio

By Beth Sorensen

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

KLDWLV Studio is a handmade resin jewellery and accessories brand by Beth Sorensen

Beth is a Sydney-based artist, maker and writer. She works across painting, drawing, photography, poetry and jewellery-making and have a passion for the world of books and reading. She is selling original artworks and prints, her handmade resin jewellery, and other objects such as bookmarks, book accessories and key rings.

Contact her: beth_sorensen92@hotmail.com

Website: yesbeth.space

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Sian Dorman Textiles

By Sian Naomi Dorman

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

Sian Naomi Dorman is a London based Sustainable Costume Designer & Set Installation Artist. Working at a time when sustainability and eco-consciousness is more important than ever, Sian innovatively combines materials such as: disposed fabrics (natural & synthetic), collected plastics & other waste items, vegetables, fruits, and other 'gifts' from nature, which she then melts, bonds, wraps, manipulates, constructs, deconstructs, and moulds, to become three-dimensional 'wearable art' and set installation sculptures. 

Contact her: sianndorman@hotmail.com

Website: siandormantextiles.co.uk

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Elliotts Millinery

By Angela Elliott

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Angela Elliott specialises in designing and producing vintage inspired hats and headpieces suitable for every occasion. Captivated by the strong silhouettes that defined millinery in the ‘40s and ‘50s, Angela creates unique pieces inspired by vintage styles, in a process that is all handcrafted to ensure a perfect fit for each individual customer. Angela’s knowledge of fashion history and design really shines through on her hat talk and shares her millinery tips and techniques on her Vintage Hat Workshops. 

Contact her: info@elliottsmillinery.co.uk

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Curiously Charmed

By Roelene Lawtie

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Roelene's business started out as a hobby, 3 years ago in South Africa working on her residence visa to come back to the UK to simply fill the time with. 

"I'm still going strong, had some up and downs, got married and had to get used to living in the UK again.

I strive to create unique, individual and One of A Kind jewellery that you will cherish for the rest of your life." Roelene.

Contact her: roelenecarleton@hotmail.co.uk

Website: curiouslycharmed.co.uk

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Tash & Ola

By Cheri du Toit

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Tash & Ola is handcrafted clay jewellery brand created by Cheri du Toit in South Africa. They strive for unique and good quality products and friendly service.

All their products are handmade and they ensure their customers receive quality products and service. Each pair is unique as it is cut from a slab made of clay scraps. 

Contact her: tashandola23@gmail.com

Website: tashandola.com

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The Fruit Moth

By Nicole Broad

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

The Fruit Moth designs and creates accessories with a conscience.Having launched in 2020, The Fruit Moth offers a range of limited run accessory collections handmade from vintage and remnant fabrics and preloved clothing. With sustainability at the forefront of the The Fruit Moth, no fabric will ever go to waste. Any offcuts are reworked into small accessories like scrunchies, and all packaging and stationary is made from 100% recycled materials.

Contact her: thefruitmoth@gmail.com

Website: thefruitmoth.com

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By Trent L. Johnson

Greeley Hat Works

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

Since 1909, Greeley Hat Works provides not only a service, but an outlet of personal expression for anyone interested in wearing a hat. From politicians and celebrities to ranchers and fashionistas, they provide the highest quality products and impeccable customer service to all walks of life. There are very few things that have changed about Greeley Hat Works since it was established, other than owners. The company uses traditional Parisienne hatmaking tools that the shop coined “retro-tech” to build each and every hat.

Contact her: trentjohnson@icloud.com

Website: GreeleyHatWorks.com

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By Rowena Hunter

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Shapelab creates beautifully light polymer clay jewellery. Handmade with love in London, each and every single piece is unique! 

They work with soft pastel colours for the Summer and deep rich colours for the Winter. They love experimenting with different shapes and many of our pieces include brass features, such as the abstract brass faces.
We would love you to follow Shape Lab on Instagram @shapelab__ to be the first to hear about new releases!

Contact her: shapelabjewellery@gmail.com

Website: www.shapelabjewellery.com

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rêver

By Betty Soare

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

Rêver is still a new product - Luxury faux leather cup sleeve.

The cup sleeve (no cup included) is an extremely convenient product while being fashionable at the same time.

It is a little purse that allows you to carry your coffee, removing the hustle of having your hands occupied at times. Betty have put a lot of work in creating this design and I hope you will enjoy it as well.

Contact her: p.beatris@yahoo.com

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Gruyec London

By Iwona Krzynowek

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Personalised leather goods, handmade in South London by design and craftswoman Iwona Krzynowek. Bespoke requests? Just drop Iwona a text!

"I am always looking for inspirations, architecture and my kids are my biggest creativity force.

Tools are very important in my craft. Here it is The Gauge. Little scale measuring thickness of the leather. It is vital in keeping consistency in the products and deliver the same quality every time." Iwona

Contact her: ikrzynowek@hotmail.co.uk

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CacheCool

By Arieli Marcondes

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

CacheCool is linen and the handcrafted embroidery scarf brand by Arieli.

"My product was inspired by a reconnection with the simplicity of day to day life. I believe that the new world will make us exalt and value the simple things in life even more. The handcrafted embroidery done in 3 months of work defines the concept of life because it is through details and good times that we build our history and consequently a new world." Arieli

Contact her: cachecoolscarves@gmail.com

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Hatspiration by Iphiesmith

By Smith Ifechukwude

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

Hatspiration is a trusted Millinery factory in Africa in the business of clothing accessories since 2006 owned by Smith Ifechukwude.

"Our craftsmanship and artistry gives you fashionable products that crown you as a as the glam queen that you are. Our products are highly inspired - the reason we produce custom-made one-of-a-kind luxurious hats and timeless accessories." Smith

Contact her: hatspiration@gmail.com

Website: hatspiration.com

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Ensedarte

By Eva Escamilla

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Eva Escamilla is an artist specialized in textile techniques: Batik, Natural dyes, Silk paint, Shibori, Ty-dye, Ecoprint, Nuno felting. Today she has her own brand Ensedart.


"I like to experiment with colours and textures, I enjoy creating, I don't consider myself a fashion designer, but a creator. I am committed to sustainability and development, integrated with respectful, responsible and fair methods towards life, people and the planet." Eva

Contact her: evaescamillatamarit@gmail.com

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Lyndsey Currie

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Bold, colourful, super soft and cosy knitwear, designed and made by talented young designer Lyndsey Currie on a hand powered knit machine using a high quality lambswool. All of her products come wrapped in eco friendly tissue paper and posted in a compostable and reusable mailer bag. 

 

Customer Review: These headbands are very well made and good quality. I was so pleased with my first order I ordered some more colours. I recommend them.

Contact her: info@lyndseycurrie.co.uk

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AnNead Hand Knitwear

By Jenny Robertson

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

'I am a knitter and I live on the Isle of Eigg, Scotland where I spin cobweb yarn which I then knit into unique fine shawls, stoles, wraps, scarves and fingerless gloves. The name An Nead means ‘the nest’ in Gaelic. It’s a topographic term used to describe a hollow in the ground which is what my plot looked like when I first saw it and I enjoyed the warm connotations to the term.' Jenny

Contact her: jenny@anneadhandknitwear.co.uk

Website: anneadhandknitwear.co.uk

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Essyn London

By Esin Ucar

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Essyn London is a  jewellery brand specialised in stylish yet affordable 925 Sterling #silver jewellery.

Rose Gold plated silver jewellery adorned with semiprecious stones make up the majority of our collections. 

Contact her: essyn@essyn.co.uk

Website: essyn-london.co.uk

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Laconic;

By Lindsay Forbes

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller 

Laconic; - ‘to express using few or little words.’

 

Embrace the true nature and power of jewellery; express yourself and tell your story through the act of wearing jewels.

Every piece is designed and crafted by hand, using traditional methods and sustainable materials. As a maker, my passion is to empower you to express yourself and bring ideas to life. Crafting jewellery that is made to be worn — by you.

Contact her: sales@laconicjwls.co.uk

Website: laconicjwls.co.uk

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Antonia Ghazlan

By Antonia Ghazlan

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller 

Having been a private collector of vintage and antique jewellery - a bit of a family obsession - for over 35 years Antonia Ghazlan has many sources for these beautiful pieces.

Antonia now has a hand picked collection of unique antique and vintage jewellery from all over Europe and the USA. She travels regularly to find the these special items as well as working with pickers in New York, Florida and Miami. The collection has many rare designer and signed pieces of fabulous costume jewellery. 

Contact her: antoniaghazlan@gmail.com

Website: antoniaghazlan.com

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The piece ldn

By Vinessa

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

The Piece is handmade statement earrings brand by Vinessa. You can find large yet lightweight in the beautifully subtle Ecru shape flower statement earrings, classy stylish understated U petal earrings embossed with subtle detail, and many other beautiful earrings in their store.

Debut collection Ecru has a set of stylish and elegant pieces designed with a delicate taste and ready to make your every day looks more interesting and serve to complete your special occasion outfit.

Contact her: thepieceldn@outlook.com

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Rarakoala

By Charlotte Louise Gorham

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

Rarakoala UK brings you hats, fascinators and accessories with attitude.

"I now have a number of collections and what makes the experience even more special is the bit of excitement and bit of nerves when the customer opens their box of sparkly personality on a clip. To get a really smiley message, makes the glue gun burns and needle stabbings all worthwhile :)" Charlotte

Contact her: rarakoala@outlook.com

Website: rarakoala.co.uk

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Readorn London 

By Louise Hall

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Readorn London is an ethical and sustainably driven jewellery brand who believe in change created by Louise Hall. Their jewellery is made from upcycled materials salvaged from jewellery boxes like yours.​ 

 

"We are working hard to bring upcycled materials to the forefront of fashion jewellery by creating stylish eclectic pieces for eco conscious fashion lovers." Louise

Contact her: ikrzynowek@hotmail.co.uk

Website: readorn.london

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Drica Dias Jewellery

By Drica Dias

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

Passionate about fashion, arts and travel, Brazilian designer Adriana Dias decided to create her brand, Drica Dias, in 2010.

Nowadays, in addition to her collections for her brand Drica Dias, she also creates exclusive textile prints.

"I try to represent my country in my creations using characteristic raw materials from the Amazon region in northern Brazil and working sustainably with indigenous communities where the seeds come from." Drica

Contact her: dias.adriana732@gmail.com

Website: dricadias.co.uk

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Ducksessory

By Duygu Ebcim Ozgul

London Accessory Week 

Exhibitor

Duccessory PVC leather made, plated  nickel-free metal and polyester lining handbags and leather goods brand created by young and talented Duygu Ebcim Ozgul. 

If you are looking for unique and functional accessories that add a bit of fun and colour to your daily style, Ducksessory will speak for itself! 

"Humour added functional design! This is my motto... The idea of function should not only be about usage but also style." Duygu

Contact her: duygu@ducksessory.com

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Shandana

By Shandana Gruber

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Fashion, for SHANDANA, is not much different from doing her PhD. It’s a process of scientific exploration, that engages a complex set of intellectual, aesthetic, and emotional resources, and produces an output that makes one think, not just about what is, but what can be. Fashion exists in a borderless ecosystem. SHANDANA believes that it is the responsibility of the designer, not only, to engage with all the elements of her environment in a responsible way, but also to contribute to the debate about the future of our world.

Contact her: info@shandana.net

Website: shandana.net

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OBJECTS FROM THE PAST

By Fiona Bentley

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Are you looking for stylish and unique items to decorate your home?

We have collected rare vintage home accessories which you cannot find anywhere else. 

Most of our items are one-off, so once it's sold, it's gone. 

We regularly update our stock, make sure you visit us from time to time to see new additions! 

LILAS HANDMADE JEWELLERY & ACCESSORIES

By Lila Jeng

London Accessory Week 

Store Owner

I love nature, often inspired by it. I love creating beautiful things with my hands.

Every piece of jewellery is hand made by me in my studio. 

I hope you will enjoy wearing them as I enjoy creating them. 

I use beautiful materials collected from my travels, and often with Swarovski crystals. 

Can't wait to see a photo of you with my accessories, please do share with us. 

 

A CLEAR NOTE

By Liz Osbourne

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

A collection of clear handcrafted or vintage objects. If you are obsessed with objects which let light through as we are. You are going to love what we have in the shop. 

JADE OF YU

By Hooi Lan Tan

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Looking for something fine and unique? We are a jewellery collector sourcing from all over the world. Shipping worldwide. 

LUMINOUS GINKGO VINTAGE JEWELLERY

By Ginkgo Vintage

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

Vintage and antique jewellery from all eras.

We have hand picked pre-loved items which would make you looking luminous. Each piece has a unique story for you to tell.

Thank you for being a supporter of sustainability, being kind to the earth, and shopping these lovely vintage items from us.

LITTLE GIFT SHOP

By Catlin Little

London Accessory Week 

Market Seller

We have the most special gifts for your special occasion, whether it's your best friend's birthday, wedding anniversary or Valentine's Day. 

At Little Gift Shop, we offer you a selection of unique gifts for your loved ones.