Christmas Gift Guide Edition 3: Jewellery

Simple and Stunning Jewellery

Here’s the third edition of our Christmas Gift Guide, designed to help you along with all your present buying needs. This edition showcases some of our beautiful and unusual jewellery, available from as little as £12.


Noa Jewellery
From £12

Noa combine ceramics and metals to make their stylish and versatile pieces. Our collection are made from indicate miniature tiles set into Aluminium with sterling silver fastenings, and are popular with all ages.


Vin Bootle
From £27

Vin works with silver and gold, and takes inspiration from celtic design to create his eye-catching jewellery. We have a large selection of rings, bangles and earrings in stock, and special commissions can be created.


Barbara Cassell Recycled Jewellery
From £24

This bold and very individual jewellery is made from recycled metals, leather and rubber. It’s bold, warm and eye catching, and we love it!


Clare Collinson Jewellery
£22 – £60

Clare takes inspiration from stories when creating her delicate silver and resin jewellery. Each piece contains a tiny line of text, like this “Can I tell you a story” necklace.


Helen Shere
From £30

This sweet tree brooch is made from sterling silver, and is part of collection of garden-inspired jewellery by Helen Shere. Also available ares matching fir tree studs, and pretty pendants.


Becky Crow
£26 upwards

Becky is a reowned contemporary jeweller, specialising in quirky animal-inspired pieces made from silver and oxidised copper (like these fox earrings). We have a small but lovely collection of Becky’s jewellery in stock.

Don’t forget until 31st December we also have the wonderful “Aged To Perfection” exhibition here.


Christmas Gift Guide Edition 2: Textiles

Pins and Needles!

This is our second gift guide in the run up to Christmas, helping you with unusual presses for everyone. This edition is all about our textiles collection, with gifts as £10.


Hats by Carole Minett
From £24

Our hat collection is ever changing and always popular, and every one is made by Carole Minett, a local maker based near Harrogate. Our current selection are warm and festive and waiting for owners.


Pebbles by Lindsay Tyson
£10 – £36

Each of Lindsay’s pebbles is hand made with felt and scraps of material, so every one is unique. They are beautiful on there own but even better in a little group!


Woollen Purses by Janie Textiles

Available in a range of colours and all adorned with either pretty stitching or bold geometric patterns, these purses are fast becoming some of our most popular textiles.


Scarves by Valerie Broomhead
£17 – £28

These pretty silk scarves are hand painted and inspired by plants and flowers. A beautiful and unique gift.


Brooches by Angela Knipe
From £12

This fantastic range of quirky brooches, hand made using wool and felt, never ceases to surprise and amaze. You’ve probably never given someone a knitted prawn before – well here’s your chance!


Felt birds by Feltmeup Designs
From £12.50

Melanie Green of Feltmeup Designs creates these characterful little birds by hand. We have a range of Owls and lots of festive Robins in stock just waiting to fly away.

Don’t forget our exhibition Aged to Perfection is on display until December 31st.


Christmas Gift Guide – Edition One

Welcome to our Christmas Gift Guide 2013.

This year, to make your festive shopping a little easier, we’ve taken a good long look at all the lovely things we have here at the gallery and selected 6 of the best of our textiles, jewellery, ceramics and paper collections. Each guide offers 6 unique makers, a variety of ideas and style, and most importantly, a range of prices. Each week we’ll be homing in on one of our most popular departments to bring you a cream-of-the-crop selection. All you need to do is decide who to buy them for!

Inked and Folded: 6 of the best from our Paper selection

Our paper collection comes in many forms – from beautifully hand printed pictures, to hand bound books and contemporary paper cutting. What they all have in common is unique, quirky style and an affordable price tag. From just £4.20 there is definitely something for everyone here….


Notebooks by Kate Bowles
£5 – £25

Kate collects vintage and recycled papers together with unusual fabrics and hand binds them into these beautiful and unusual notebooks. Even the spines are stunning!


Contemporary Papercutting by Rosie Scott-Massie £125 – £475

Rosie’s work is highly unusual, combining expressive use of paint with precise paper cutting techniques. Each piece is made from an old OS map which features the subject of the picture. Inspired by unusual buildings around Yorkshire, our current collection includes subjects from nearby Hackfall and Studley Royal.


Gift Tags by Letterpress £4.20
A lovely little gift or a very cool wrapping solution – these hand printed tags contain a selection of different vintage-feel designs printed on recycled card. Christmas designs are also available.


Map Notebooks by Elizabeth Shorrock £15
For a really personal gift we have these lovely handmade notebooks by paper artist Elizabeth Shorrock. Each one is covered with a real OS map of Yorkshire, so perfect for someone who lives on the map! Contact us if you would like to order a specific location.

Murmuration, ecthing by Janis Goodman

Etchings by Janis Goodman £60 – £130
Based in Leeds, Janis’ original prints are inspired by both urban and countryside everyday life, in particular plants and birds. The etchings are limited edition, and are all hand printed, meaning that there is sometimes a slight difference in the look of each one.


Lampshades by Lush Designs and Hannah Nunn £18 – £100

We couldn’t possibly choose which of our lovely lampshades we preferred so we decided to include them both in the gift guide! Lush designs create quirky, funny and gorgeous drawings which are then turned into eye catching lampshades. We have an ever changing selection of their shades in stock, so enquire with us for our current collection. Hannah Nunn is based in Hebden Bridge and combines paper cutting with lighting to make her stunning nature-inspired shades (pictured) and tea light holders. 

Masham Gallery’s Gift Guide #4

Masham Gallery’s Christmas Gift Guide #4; Have a Handmade Christmas

We can help find the perfect present for those who are hard to buy for, whether young or old, or somewhere in the middle. This week’s guide is all about having a handmade Christmas; from decorations and table adornments to special stocking fillers and unique gifts, we’ve got everything you need.

Ceramic Buttons £1.20 – £4

Our ceramic buttons are popular all year round and are a great little decoration or stocking filler. Choose from our funky mixture from stockwell ceramics (pictured) or go for handpainted and unique from Charlotte Morrison.

Festive Decorations £1.50 – £12.50

We have a great selection of handmade christmas decorations this year, including adorable felt baby robins by Feltmeup designs, papercut baubles from Sarah Morpeth and porcelain reindeers by Charlotte Morrison. So if you fancy a change from the usual baubles and fairy lights, come and take a look!

Fairies by Shirley Vauvelle £15

For a bit of instant Christmas cheer hang one of these in your house! Handmade for our Treasure exhibition, each fairy is unique.

Handmade jugs by Katie Almond £12 – £65

Katie Almond uses transfers of vintage packaging and photos, along with hand-painted patterns to create her eye catching ceramics. Beautiful and useful!

Fused glass tealight holders by Sally Page £27

These amazing tealight holders are made by Yorkshire based glass artist Sally Page, and would make a beautifully eye catching centre piece at the dining table.

Winter Hare by Hester Cox £85

Local printmaker Hester Cox takes inspiration from animals and wildlife, particularly hares, to make her limited edition collagraph prints. A prefect pressie for any lover of the outdoors and the seasons.

Screenprint by Ian Scott Massie £75 – £119
This lovely wintery piece, titled ‘Stags in the snow’, is one a a large selection of original screenprints by Masham artist Ian Scott-Massie. Check out our website for more pieces.

Merry Christmas!

Masham Gallery

Masham Gallery Christmas Gift Guide #3

Masham Gallery’s Christmas Gift Guide 3; Creatives, individualists, dreamers and adventurers.

We can help find the perfect present for those who are hard to buy for, whether young or old, or somewhere in the middle. This week’s guide is for creatives, individualists, dreamers and adventurers. That person you know who has their head in the clouds, and their rucksack always packed…

Know your knots kit by Flights of Fancy £4.95

A pocket-sized kit containing everything an adventurer needs to know their knots! Educational a fun, an unusual stocking filler.

Notebooks £1.95 – £25

We have a notebook for all uses, whether it’s jotting down a quick idea or exploring your thoughts more deeply. For the traveling adventurer these recycled leather books by Artbox are perfect for slipping in your bag, and come in a wide range of colours.

Buttonbag Kits £10 – £12

For creative youngster we have exciting project for a rainy day in the form of a Buttonbag craft kit. Each kit contains all the materials you need to make anything from button jewellery, personalised medals, to something more festive like this family of cute felt penguins!

Lampshades by Lush Designs £24 – £100

These hand-printed lampshades depict illustrative adventures within a rolling landscape and are definitely the first choice for anyone with an imaginative sense of style. We love this ‘London’ shade.

Moon and Clouds necklace by Becky Crow £

Brighton based jeweler Becky Crow creates stunning precious metal jewellery inspired by wildlife, trees and the elements. This dreamy necklace is ideal for someone who wishes to take to the skies…

The Fabulous Nesting Hippo automaton £

A unique gift for someone with an adventurous sense of humour! Turn the handle and watch the tale of the Fabulous Nesting Hippo play out before your eyes. Created by automaton maker Neil Hardy.

Limited Edition print by Ian Scott Massie £39 and upwards

Masham based artist Ian Scott Massie captures the spirit of a place in his atmospheric and vibrant paintings and prints. A range of limited edition giclee prints, such as ‘Sun and Storm over Ullswater’ (pictured) are available from Masham Gallery, along with Ian’s original watercolours and screenprints.

Paragon Pirate Ship £45

This is one of our favourite toys and is amazing value. Perfect for any little adventurers, the easy to assemble wooden ship comes with pirates and accessories.

‘Sitting Pretty’ sculpture by Elizabeth Price £195

This thoughtful figure is handmade from delicate porcelain and is one of a kind. Sculptor Elizabeth Price uses people around her as inspiration behind her compelling figures, and captures human emotion and mannerisms perfectly. A very special gift for a thinker.

Happy shopping!

Masham Gallery

Masham Gallery’s Christmas Gift Guide #2

Masham Gallery’s Christmas Gift Guide. 2: For tea drinkers, wine lovers, coffee connoisseurs and quaffers..

We can help find the perfect present for those who are hard to buy for, whether young or old, or somewhere in the middle. This week’s gift guide is for tea drinkers, wine lovers, coffee connoisseurs and quaffers; for those who cherish their breakfast beverage or relish the relaxing tipple at the end of the day. Explore our great selection of ceramics and glass wear, as well as some lovely drink themed artworks.

Knitted teapot brooch by Angela Knipe £12

Great for anyone who likes to show off their love of tea! Angela Knipe creates quirky knitted jewellery in a range of designs including fruit and veg, in case you want something to have with your tea….

Etched glass tumblers and wine glasses from Four hands glass £15 – £16 per pair

These etched glasses are ideal for swirling your preferred tipple after a long day. Available in a range of designs, including this gardening-inspired pair.

Cappuccino mug and saucer from interlude ceramics. £15.50

Generous enough to hold all the foaming milk you could ever wish for, these hand-thrown stone wear cups are perfect for any true coffee lover.

Etched beer tankards by Four Hands Glass £16

For those who prefer a nice pint, we have a range of beautifully etched glass tankards from Four Hands glass.

Jugs from Charlotte Morrison £22 – 65

Charlotte takes inspiration from vintage packaging when designing her hand made porcelain ware. The jug collection come in long and tall, thin and ‘tubby’ sizes, and each one is unique and hand painted. Mix and match for a quirky set or choose one as a lovely teatime centre piece.

Teapots, £45 – £75

We have a great collection of teapots ranging in colour and design to suit all tastes, from subtle stoneware from Harding and Palmer to stunningly innovative hand painted designs from David Pantling (pictured).

The remains of the tea, Janis Goodman £90

This beautiful etching from Leeds artist Janis Goodman would look great on any teatime fanatic’s wall. Limited edition, hand made and signed by the artist.

Baker’s Dozen Print by Kirsten Jones

This delicious print by artist Kirsten Jones features everyone’s favourite accompaniment to a cuppa and would certainly be enjoyed by any fan of afternoon tea.

Happy Shopping!

Masham Gallery

Masham Gallery’s Christmas Gift Guide #1…

Masham Gallery’s Christmas Gift Guide. 1: For Writers, Doodlers, Readers and Planners….

We can help find the perfect present for those who are hard to buy for, whether young or old, or somewhere in the middle. This week’s gift guide is all about writers, doodlers, readers and planners – those people you know who can’t live without a list, or maybe love to draw. Or perhaps they adore words? We have ideas big and small, for even the most modest budget. Read on for inspiration…

Ideas and Lists books from Lovely Pigeon. £4.50

For the organiser, who loves to start the day with a list. These cute little notebooks are perfectly sized to slip in your pocket, for emergency ‘jot this down’ moments.


Twig pens from Flights of Fancy £1.50

For those who enjoy writing or drawing whilst strolling through woodland (or pretending they’re a hobbit), these funky rustic pencils are a must have item.

Stoneware mug from Harding and Palmer £9.50

Lets face it, how is anyone supposed to do their best work without a hot mug of tea on the desk? Hand made and generously sized, fill it with your choice of beverage and wait for inspiration.

Pencil necklace from Zinc White £17

Amazing jewellery celebrating the magnificence of the pencil! Made from recycled pencils, transformed into stylish rings, cufflinks and more. We particularly love this rainbow necklace.


Artist’s books, £15 – £30

We have a fantastic selection of books from some of our artists, including Ian Scott Massie, Hester Cox and Simon Palmer. Find out more about the artist, learn about how they make their work and explore more of their artwork.

Handmade Notebooks by Kate Bowles, £5 – £25

These stunning hand-bound notebooks are made with vintage fabrics and recycled papers, making each one totally unique. A very special notebook for someone who likes to write down their ideas in style.

Scrabble tile necklace by Leigh Shepherd £26.50

Leigh Shepherd collects old scrabble tiles and combines them with Chinese-inspired surface design to make these eye catching necklaces. Each piece features decoration on the front and reveals the scrabble tile in question when turned over. Come in a matching metal display box.

Porcelain by Charlotte Morrison £12 – 65

Something a little different for a lover of words. These beautiful and functional ceramics are inspired by vintage packaging, and are hand painted with phrases and words, as well as delicate patterns. Many designs are one-off but every piece is made by the artist and is unique.

Hand printed books by Hester Cox £65

Made as part of our Of a Feather exhibition, artist Hester Cox has created a selection of limited edition hand made books, inspired by the activities of birds. Unusual, delicate and breath taking, these treasures will delight any book lover.

Book Eating Bug by Particle Article, £82

New to Masham Gallery as part of our Treasure exhibition, and created by Particle Article (aka artists Claire Benson and Amy Nightingale) this bewitching little bug is made from recycled and vintage materials, and lives in a white box frame. A great pressie for a book love with a good sense of humour.

Papercut map collage by Rosie Scott-Massie, £125

Rosie uses old ordnance survey maps as the material for these unusual 3-dimensional artworks. Inspired by follies and other unusual buildings, each piece is original and one-off. A great gift for a map lover.

Limited edition papercuts by Sarah Morpeth £170

Artist Sarah Morpeth is inspired by stories, and creates limited edition laser-cut pieces from snatches of sentences and words from films, poetry and fiction. Each piece is hand painted and signed by the artist.

Happy Shopping!

Masham Gallery