Quay Arts Craft Shop: Great Local Gift Ideas

Lots on offer in Quay Arts Craft Shop

Many thanks to Quay Arts for helping to support VB by paying for this sponsored feature. We’ve bought many a present from the Quay Arts shop, so can also highly recommend it. Ed

Quay Arts Craft Shop: Great Gift IdeasThe Quay Arts Craft Shop offers an eclectic mix of new, innovative and stylish contemporary gift ideas for the festive season.

Showcasing and celebrating the very best of design talent from the Island and beyond, with many special Christmas items providing the ideal opportunity for the discerning buyer to find unique and individual gifts.

Wide choice of ceramics
If its ceramics you are after, then there are many ceramicists to choose from including Lis Toft, Neil Treagear, Molly Attrill, Margaret Hodge, Pauline Barnden and Dennis Fairweather.

Beautiful jewellery
Come and discover a wonderful selection of carefully selected treasures including jewellery by local jewellers Nina Bulley, Sophie Honeybourne and the collaborative team at Union of Opposites.

Lots more on offer
Or for mixed media enthusiasts, choose work by resident Quay Arts’ artist Alison Butcher whose work is inspired by living by the seaside and is reflected in her sea-themed pieces in her mixed media pieces that combine metal, wood and fabric to create functional and decorative items.

For stationery lovers there is a wide selection of cards, papers, calendars and diaries to choose from.

Quay Arts Craft Shop: Great Gift IdeasThe shop is also brimming with glorious educational and traditional Children’s gifts ranging in price from as little as five pounds with many perfect stocking fillers.

So why not take the pressure off, avoid the crowds and visit Quay Arts in this beautiful shop with plenty on offer, from small affordable items and accessories to large exclusive pieces.

The Quay Arts Craft Shop has something for everyone.

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Wednesday, 15th December, 2010 4:12pm


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