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Remodelista London Market Spotlight: The New Craftsmen

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Remodelista London Market Spotlight: The New Craftsmen

Sarah Lonsdale November 14, 2014

Who: The New Craftsmen, a company founded by a talented trio whose mission is to represent the finest British craft makers (they have over 75 in total). They’re hosting our first Remodelista London Market today at their exhibition space in Mayfair.

What: The group has rounded up standouts from their own collection and will be selling a mix of ceramics, lighting, fabrics, and more on Saturday.

Where: The New Craftsmen, 34 North Row, Mayfair, London, W1K 6DG

When: Saturday, November 15, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Inside Scoop: Several of the New Craftsmen artisans will be at the Remodelista Market in person, including Michael Ruh, whose work is featured below.

N.B. There’s still time to RSVP. It’s not obligatory, but you’ll have the opportunity to be entered into a drawing to win a signed copy of the Remodelista book or a set of two Billy Bowls with five illustrated recipes from The New Craftsmen.

Above: Harbour Lights, a collaboration between glass blower Michael Ruh and textile artist Aimee Betts, £1,150 ($1,807).

Above: Wood-fired Chicken Brick, a two-part clay oven by Dorset potter Tim Hurn; £150 ($235.70).

Above: Handwoven Throws by Catarina Riccabona, from £480 ($754.24).

Go to the Remodelista London Market for full details, including a list of vendors. And see our other London Market Spotlights here.

We’re also holding markets in Los Angeles on Saturday, December 6, and in San Francisco on Saturday, December 13; for details, visit Remodelista Markets. We hope to see you!

Product Summary  

Billy Lloyd

Billy Bowl

£21.00 GBP from The New Craftsmen
Michael Ruh & Aimee Betts

Harbour Light

£1150.00 GBP from The New Craftsmen

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