Supporting British Makers
Supporting independent British makers is a fundamental philosophy of our business. Working with British makers has enabled us to reduce our environmental footprint, whilst ensuring that we support other small businesses and our local economy. Since 2021, we have been focused on sourcing products from independent British makers whos talented hands craft high quality and unique homewares. From ceramicists and printmakers, to woodworkers and candlemakers, we’ve built strong relationships with talented makers across the country.
We’re working hard to maintain and expand the number of British made products in our collection by establishing new relationships with homegrown makers. As it stands, British makers are responsible for just over a quarter of all our products, but we’re sure there will be plenty more added in the near future. Below you can discover who are makers are and learn more about their origins, process and craft.
Join Our Makers
We're always searching for unique and talented craftspersons to establish relationships with and to become our makers. If you are a British based, independent maker and you feel your story, ethos and products align with our values, then we would love to hear from you.
Our Makers Marks
Across our products you'll find our makers marks displayed to guide you, at a glance, to the origins and manufacturing ethos that the product fits within. From showcasing that the product was produced by a small maker, to being made in Britain; our makers marks can be seen across relevant products on our store.
Our small maker mark shows that a product was produced by an independent, small maker. By purchasing a product with the small maker marker you're helping to support the continuation of the makers craft.
Made By Hand
When a product is handmade with care and attention, you'll see this mark on the product page. Often, every handmade features a slightly different shape or finish, resulting in each individual product being truly unique.
Our Made in Britain mark shows that the product originated within our mighty isle and was produced in England, Scotland, Northern Island or Wales.
Our eco-friendly mark is certification that the product was produced from environmentally friendly materials. Where possible, we try to source sustainable or less wasteful products from our makers.