Upcycled furniture, hand painted and decoupage boxes and gifts.
Makers of soft furnishings and home accessories.
Resident artist Teresa Kent, along with visiting artists, uses the process of fusing vitreous enamels (powdered glass) to copper or silver and firing in a kiln, to produce many varied gifts.
Mike Salt RBSA, the resident Jinney Ring Artist, paints in his studio here. He has a lovely selection of his work on show and is always happy to talk about commissions and lessons.
Belinda is a very well known jeweller in the Worcestershire area. She designs and makes in both gold and silver. These pieces are often inset with magnificent stones including pearls from her superb collection.
The sweet smell of chocolate will draw you into this workshop - after this you will be lost in a world of delight. The onsite chocolatiers make all sorts of delicious chocolates, many with their own recipe fillings. Ideal for gifts or just for you!
Milliner Pat Keeley opens The Hattery every Friday in the Jinney Ring Meeting Room. As well as making hats, she is available to meet customers for fittings and design discussions. There is always a good selection of hats on sale for those in desperate need!
This workshop houses the wood artist who makes jigsaw trees (see picture), pens and house signs amongst other things. These handcrafted products all have a story and make lovely gifts.
A group of four potters combine their gifts and skills in this craft unit. They have very different styles and make a vast array of items which are on sale in their unit. You can also see them at work throwing clay and making art!
Top Glass is a glass blowing studio where molten glass can be seen blown in the old fashioned way. It is fascinating to watch the colourful glass turn into a stunning piece of tableware or art. The studio is situated close to the car-park and is often the first port of call on a cold and wet day as the furnace is normally red hot!
William Piper is a professional violin maker, the old fashioned way. He hand makes all of his violins from carefully selected woods, to ensure he makes a beautiful instrument - to look at and to play.
The Art Circle meet every week at Jinney Ring.