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Unique Gifts – And Ten More Makes Forty!

Last but not least, are the final ten exhibitors at our Unique Gifts Fair, making a total of forty talented artists and crafters.

Jane Giunchi Designs, Frimley: Jane is an artist free hand paints wood brooches, pendants and keyrings, as well as painting original water colours and prints. Her use of bright colours makes her work very eye-catching.

The Lavender Hill Company, Farnham: If you are looking for fresh Christmas wreaths and garlands, then The Lavender Hill Company will be able to help you. Also on offer are table centres, gifts and plants.

Melody Sills Ceramics, Farnham: Melody’s ceramics collection has two distinct ranges, spun porcelain art works and also a range of fine thrown porcelain tableware range of unusual marble water beakers, small tea-mugs and various sizes of thrown bowls in a variety of coloured glazes from pale blues, vibrant cobalt blues to mauves.

SBB Designs, Witley: Carol Simpkins handmakes jewellery and tries to produce designs that are different, unusual and visually beautiful in fact they are mostly one offs. She takes pains to plan and create her designs using a variety of styles, shapes and sizes.

Fay Maxell, Wrecclesham: Textile artist Fay uses brightly coloured thread to hand embroider, creating vibrant pieces, including cushions, throws and handbags.

Sarah Harvey, Alton: Sarah hand knits original items, as well as crafting lavender filled silk birds and designing a range of cards.

Jollity Designs, Hook: Jocelyn and Patrick Mayo design unique fine china home and gift ware mugs to fill the world with truth, beauty and fun – on mug at a time.

Glass by Tina, Preston Candover: Tina is an glass artist, creating glass and silver jewellery including beautiful pendants.

Randomness of Sparkles, Godalming: Clare Albery handmakes jewellery using upcycled broken bits and bobs, often combining it with ribbon, to create something unique and special.

Rebecca Ryan, Alton: Last but definitely not least, textile artist Rebecca products a range of foot stools, quilts and embroidered pictures.