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London Craft week 2024 – my favourite finds and buys.

London Craft week was 13-19th May 2024, and since I had a day off that week, I decided to explore the exhibits.

I’ve been wanting to visit 8 Holland street for some time. It’s a gallery and design studio for art and furniture. I was pleased to find out that they were participating in Craft week, and had put on a beautiful exhibition of handcrafted paper yarn tapestries by Catarina Riccaboca.

This particular exhibition will run till 6th July 2024.

I love those red striped armchairs in the photo above too.

This beautiful copper red glaze stoneware vase caught my attention. It’s a vintage piece by the famous ceramicist Adrian Lewis-Evans.London craft weekNext stop was Myriad Antiques for Curator and Maker’s selections for Craft week.

I was instantly drawn to these paper cut and painted floral art pieces by Jess Pemberton.

London craft weekThis Pattern of Poppies was my favourite and one that I purchased. As you can see it now sits beautifully on a shelf in my home.

I also bought this gorgeous ceramic horse by Helena Bowen from the Curator and Maker show.

London craft weekLast but not least, I popped into the Nina Campbell store on Pimlico road to see the artisans on display. This curate was a collaboration between Nina Campbell and Helena Chislett gallery.

I was particularly drawn to these cast plasterwork by sculptor Geoffrey Preston.

My favourite was this Rococo Bow , a nod to the ribbons and bows in rococo paintings such as those of FrancoisBoucher’s portrait of his daughter Marie-Emilie.

The temptation to buy this was high but alas I managed to resist.

Hope you’ve enjoyed this little snippet of London Craft week. I’m now looking forward to seeing and buying more at the one next year.

(All photography are copyright of Little Big Bell).

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