Yorkshire has a rich heritage of arts and craftsmanship, with many shops and workshops dedicated to both the traditional and contemporary.
Traditional & contemporary furniture handmade by experienced craftsmen using the finest quality English oak. Attention to detail is the hallmark of Beaver Furniture and our "Yorkshire" company refuses to compromise these cherished principles in today's world of mass produced furniture. The family run business was established by Colin Almack in 1960. All the furniture is hand made on our on the premises at Sutton-under-Whitestone-Cliffe, near Thirsk.
You will find ceramic cats for interiors and reconstituted stone and stoneware cats for outside. Also, a range of metallic (aluminium and bronze resin) cats.
Occupying two floors of a Georgian listed building, and boasting four exhibition spaces with an exciting range of paintings, sculpture, jewellery and ceramics by contemporary British artists.
If jewellery and textiles are your style, visit the Heart Gallery to peruse bespoke jewellery pieces, textiles and stationery - the perfect place to pick up a present for you or a loved one.
At Oresome there is an understanding that jewellery is not just an accessory, it's a surprise, it creates experiences and inspires, it represents us for who we are. Taking years of experience in traditional jewellery design and craft, Orsome have forged together bespoke pieces of contemporary jewellery that cannot be found anywhere else.
This is a Sheffield institution, having traded in nothing but the finest products made in Sheffield for over 25 years. The shop carries the widest range of Sheffield made goods to be found anywhere, including unique and specially commissioned products.
A leading contemporary craft gallery, showcasing contemporary craft and design by some of the most prominent designer-makers from the UK and Ireland, alongside a selection of photography and lovely things.
Awash with superb originals from many top artists, including stunning seascapes, landscapes, fantastic figurative pieces, romance, abstract and humourous. Check out the originals gallery.
Run by artist Josie Beszant, the gallery is a magnet for visitors to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales market town of Masham. Informal and inviting, the gallery sells work by around 50 artists and craftspeople including Ian Scott Massie, Hester Cox and Janis Goodman.
Welburn Pottery, attached to Leaf and Loaf cafe and bakery near Castle Howard, produces ceramics for the home and garden. Hand thrown on the potter's wheel, white earthenware mugs, bowls, vases and jugs are decorated in a variety of our own unique designs. We also make terracotta pots, including some with saucers for kitchen window herbs and others for hanging on a wall. The pottery is for sale in our shop in the cafe.