EVENT : October 6, 2016 — October 9, 2016.
MCDC Makers on Tour: GNCCF 2016
October 6th- 9th 2016
Recognised as one of the leading selling events for contemporary craft in the UK, the Greater Northern Contemporary Craft Fair returns to Old Granada Studios this October.
It showcases a wide variety of contemporary craft including ceramics, glass, jewellery, interiors and homewares, fashion design and fashion textiles, wood, furniture, paper, silver, metal, product design, print-making and more. Visitors can buy or commission work directly from over 150 makers, learning about the process, inspiration, materials and stories behind the work.
Manchester Craft & Design Centre will be showcasing and selling work from 13 of our resident designer-makers. Find out more here.
Contemporary precious metal jewellery.
John Peters, Studio 22
Hand made items in Sterling Silver and Gold, bespoke ranges and one off pieces.
Charlotte Verity, Studio 1
Jewellery combining precious metals, silver and gold, handmade glass components, and faceted stones.
Ella McIntosh of THIS IS PEWTER will also be showcasing and selling directly to visitors on Stand 89 over the weekend.
Ella’s range of functional home and tableware items combine her unique style of traditional metalwork skills with contemporary design.
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