We are delighted to welcome to Sandringham Crafts, Food and Gifts Fair some of the top crafters in the UK. Our marquees are warm, undercover, hard-floored and interlinked, so you can relax and enjoy browsing some of the unique and interesting stalls we have on offer.
Stalls like Glass With Care, and Peter and Rowena Sellers, who have been with us for many years with their array of hand painted vases, glasses, candle holders and bowls. Each piece is specially designed, the glass handmade, and then decorated, with attention to detail and balance in order to create practical items of beauty and quality.
Incanunez are newer exhibitors, bringing with them fabulous children’s clothes, rugs, hats and cuddly toys, all made out of alpaca wool. It is so soft it’s unbelievable and their alpaca lions are especially gorgeous!
We also love the jewellery we have at Sandringham Christmas Craft Show and are amazed at the diversity of it.
Helen Odor makes jewellery from glass beads she makes herself. Venetian glass, swarovski crystal, pearls, minerals, sterling silver chains, wire and findings. Her designs are distinctive, contemporary, colourful and always chaging to reflect trends, seasons and her own inspiration. Enjoyable to wear, her pieces will compliment everyday wear or special occasions or make a wonderful and unique gift.
Meredith Jewellery has more of a Celtic feel to it. Douglas and Meredith Copland created Meredith Jewellery in the summer of 1993 to introduce their first collection of designs. The core of their original range was the “roots and flowers collection” inspired by the shapes and forms of the plant world and incorporating richly hued semi-precious gemstones. With each year the collection has expanded to include designs that look to both nature and the manmade beauties of other eras for inspiration. Our pieces reflect the Victorian love of decoration, the free-flowing forms of Art Nouveau, the geometric boldness of Art Deco or the simplicity of primitive art, to name a few
Then of course we have our skincare range with a number of different stalls selling home made skin care, bath bombs and soaps. Like Mad About Nature who produce the most delicious soaps which would be a pleasure for anyone to receive on Christmas morning.
Julia Hulme is back with us this year with her stunning animal sculptures, and we have so many more excellent crafters that it is simply not possible to list them all. From wood turning to home fragrance, children’s toys to hand crafted pens and globes; leatherwork to scarves and Christmas wreaths and so much more.
It simply has to be seen to be believed.