Enter the elegant lawn pavilion next to Kew Palace to buy beautiful ceramics, glass, jewellery, furniture and fashion directly from over 200 makers and world-class craftspeople at Handmade at Kew this year. This prestigious international craft event from Handmade in Britain is set to return on 12-15 October 2017, offering you the opportunity to purchase pieces for you home, and learn about the ideas and processes that shape the artists' work.
This is a special chance to invest in beautiful and unique products at a 4-day show where you can buy, browse and even commission directly from the maker. You can also unearth the stories, inspiration and processes behind the exquisite works on offer, most of which can't be found on the high street.
Tickets for Handmade at Kew are on sale now and include entry to the Gardens.
From cutting edge tableware to textural art objects, the diversity of pottery is showcased by leading ceramicists from the UK and beyond. Perfectly in keeping with Kew, Justine Munson creates hand drawn porcelain artworks in marine and floral designs.
Leading jewellers, from both the UK and abroad, will be selling their beautiful items and on hand to talk you through their inspirations and processes. Victoria Walker creates elegant kinetic jewellery inspired by the beauty of natural forms. Her seed-pod lockets feature tiny articulated flowers that emerge into bloom when revealed by the wearer.
Discover an astonishing array of textiles across fashion and interiors from the likes of Camilla Thomas, who creates beautiful woven textiles for interiors, inspired by the light and movement found by the coast on the island of Anglesey and made using the softest merino yarns.