As well as fantastic independents, Perthshire is also home to an array of talented artists and makers. Gifts on this page have all been created, made and packaged up right here in beautiful Perthshire.
Add colour, style and warmth to any outfit with these unique accessories.
Pam is a textile artist working mainly with Harris Tweed®, creating unique statement clothing and accessories. Her choice of fabric and colour combinations skilfully capture the essence of the Scottish countryside in a contemporary, fun and quirky style.
One of the striking things about Ceri's ceramic pieces is how very unique they are! This earthenware tumbler is a one-off, individually crafted piece, like everything produced at Ceri White Studios. It can be used as a drinking vessel, a pot for your cute succulents, or simply as a beautiful object for the home.
All Ceri's pots are thrown from a ball of clay on the potter's wheel, individually decorated, glazed and twice fired so every piece is unique, with various pattern ranges that are all part of the same 'family' of bold, crisp pattern and colour.
Ceri has an established studio in Perth Creative Exchange on Stormont Street where she is always happy to welcome you by appointment.
Treat someone special with an original piece of art. “Moulin Moor in Winter” captures the atmosphere and romance of a desolate snowy Perthshire landscape. With a floating frame handmade by the artist, at 23.5 x 33.5cm it’s a convenient size to send through the post, possibly to a distant loved one who would enjoy a reminder of home!
Claire Williamson is a Scottish painter, working from her studio in Pitlochry. Inspired by Scotland’s landscapes and its wildlife she tries to capture the essence of a scene and sometimes even incorporates found “bits” such as sand or collaged sweetie wrappers into an image for that extra sense of place.
From high quality prints all the way through to large original oil paintings there’s something to suit everyone’s budget so why not have a browse?
This robust leather apron is perfect for the stylish chef, and staff presenting food and even for a gift for your loved ones.
2- 2.5 mm leather and available in a range of colours.
Daniel Paul Leather accepts the Perth Gift Card.
Simplicity is key to Diana, and her work features beautiful fluid simplistic clean lines and uncomplicated characteristics, expressing her strong sense of ‘less is more’, all lending themselves wonderfully to the design of her jewellery collections.
Jenny works from a small studio at her home in Blair Atholl. She is a Perthshire Artisan and a member of Scottish Potters. Her work can be found in a few select galleries in Perthshire,
Angus and The Borders.
About five pots are worked on at the same time and although they come from the same family each one has its own character. Small batches are worked on the keep their integrity.
Hand rolled slabs of clay or coils of clay with the occasional wheel thrown or extruded elements are used. They are then decorated with different coloured underglazes or vitrifying
These small bud vases take their inspiration from the Perthshire rolling hills and the long grasses found along the roadside.
A decorative glass panel designed to stand or hang in a window to allow light to pass through it.
This panel is made with heat resistant tempered glass. As with all glass products, for safety keep away from children and animals
Price £95 includes UK P&P
Jessie Street Art is a multi-media artist and fine art portraitist. She works with traditional materials like oils, watercolour, ink and glass, but likes to be experimental and improvise, exploring different tools and technology.
This hanging robin mosaic would look great in a country kitchen or bathroom, lightweight enough to hang in amongst your house plants though also suitable as garden decor! Each bird is hand made so is totally one of a kind and is made from recycled bone china crockery.
Working from her studio near the village of Comrie in the Strathearn area of Perthshire, Katy’s mosaic artworks can be both decorative (pictorial or sculptural) or functional (mirrors, table tops, splashbacks).
Whatever their use, they are all created through her passion to encompass her strong eco/zero waste ethics within her sustainable practice through the incorporation of any number of recycled and salvaged materials, including china and glass.
These gorgeous wooden mini sculptures are made by Kerry at her studio Rock&Thistle in Perth.
Kerry creates quirky handmade wooden sculptures which radiate positivity and joy, both in their aesthetic and in knowing they are made from locally found salvaged materials.
All her pieces naturally lift your mood and tell a unique story and bring a Scottish hygge for cosy winter nights.
Believing that sustainable and handmade gifting has its part to play in creating joy, Kerry enjoys knowing that receiving something handmade with a nod to the planet can truly warm hearts, minds and souls.
Bespoke pieces available.
Your Story can be found on [email protected]. This piece is in recognition of Hannah Frank, a Glasgow artist who used pen and ink in her work.
The piece from the artist's perspective, is how we tell our stories, what bits are important to us, what we leave out. And of course the importance of a close confidant.
The print is open edition, on Japanese mulberry paper using Cranfield Inks. The paper itself has long fibres giving it the strength despite its delicate look.
Please DM Saira on [email protected] for more information or look at her videos to see the process.
Be transported to a cosy winter retreat in a peaceful pine forest with this festive-scented soy wax candle, handmade from natural, vegan & eco-friendly ingredients.
This beautifully festive candle is 100% naturally scented with a comforting, warming, and cleansing blend of Scots Pine, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger & Sweet Orange pure essential oils and is decorated with red Cornflower petals and (locally gathered) dried Scots Pine needles.
With its fresh pine forest aroma and a burst of warming and comforting Christmas spice, the scent and warm glow from this candle jar will help keep you calm, cosy, and cheerful over the festive period.
Scents of the Wild botanical soy candles and wax melts are handmade in Comrie using natural, ethical and eco-friendly ingredients. Scented with pure essential oils, their products are designed to help you relax, revitalise, and uplift your mood, naturally. Many of the colourful flower petals and other dried botanicals used to decorate their candles are gathered and sourced locally.
Limited edition hand printed etching. These are available framed or mounted and make an ideal, affordable gift for someone special.
Sheila Roberts is an accomplished printmaker creating, rich, detailed, intricate etchings from her home studio in Comrie. Her work is for sale through Perthshire Artisans, the Goldfinch Gallery in Comrie and her Etsy shop SheilaRobertsPrints.
Sheila offers gift wrapping , free UK first class P&P and next day delivery.
There are a wide range of prints available, all created with love, skill and care. A gift for everyone.
The Grey Earl makes illustrated cards and gifts with a distinct sense of humour, with a hand drawn style.
Designed in his studio in rural Perthshire and made in the UK from 100% natural cotton, these new motivational tea towels are guaranteed to bring a smile this Christmas.
…Funny gifts for your favourite people!
A bright and colourful fused glass piece to bring some Christmas cheer to any mantlepiece or Christmas table. Each holder is individually painted and fused so colour and patterns may vary making each piece one of a kind.
Mairi is a glass artist and sell a range of colourful, contemporary and traditional glass items, including fused glass jewellery, sun catchers, Christmas decorations, leaded and copper foil panels.
She also creates fused glass bowls, plaques, trinket dishes and candle holders, all hand made by her in her studio in Comrie.
She also works to commission and does restoration work.
Urquhart Glass accepts the Perth Gift Card