You come to the Highlands and Islands because you want to experience all it has to offer. This page is about all things made right here. Potteries, artists, weavers and gift shops – real gifts from the real Scotland. And at the same time, you will be supporting the local economy. Not a warehouse in sight – just quality craftsmanship!


Duncan House – Strathaird, Isle of Skye

Fine Celtic Handmade Jewellery

t: +44 (0)1471 866366
e: enquiry@duncan-house.com
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Find out more about Duncan House

Garth Duncan is a world known jeweller of the highest quality. Specialising on Celtic and Pictish pieces, Garth designs and makes each one himself in his studio on the beautiful Isle of Skye.

All the designs are carved, cast, and forged by Garth himself and most of the work is accomplished by lost wax casting methods, followed by chasing and engraving.

Whether it is a unique piece from the online collection or a personal commission, we know you can’t fail to be impressed. We are!

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Julie Williamson Designs – Whalsay, Shetland Islands

Printed Textiles Inspired by the Shetland Islands

t: +44 (0)1806 566213
e: info@juliewilliamsondesigns.co.uk
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Find out more about Julie Williamson Designs

Julie is a Textile Designer living and working from her home on the small Island of Whalsay, Shetland Islands. She currently designs and create interior products, accessories and unique gifts, and the designs are influenced by the rich heritage and culture within the Shetland Islands. Inspired by the local imagery, wildlife and folk-lore stories, Julie produces unique gifts for any occasion.

Julie loves old Toile De Jouy scenes and creating her own scenes from memories, into beautiful contemporary scenes that have a story to share. From lampshades & cushions to prints, mugs, tea towels, aprons and fabric, the range is exceptional and for those with a love of locally made products, perfect for that Made in Scotland gift.

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Picture Bute – Arts & Crafts, Gifts and Photography – Rothesay, Isle of Bute

Local and Scottish gifts, art and photography - also online

t: +44 (0)1700 500030
e: phil@picturebute.com
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Find out more about Picture Bute – Arts & Crafts, Gifts and Photography

When looking for the perfect gift, Picture Bute has almost every angle covered! Focussing on local and Scottish products, you can buy locally made crafts, paintings and gifts, ranging from Harris Tweed to Christening Cups. If you’re looking for something more personal, you can upload your own photos onto various gifts! The owner is also an accomplished photographer and has prints for sale, as well as being available for your wedding day photography.

Being situated just a few minutes’ walk from the ferry point at Rothesay, whether you are staying or visiting for the day, it’s easy to visit the shop. Meet the owner and get some advice on gifts or even photography and the Island. Locals love to chat! If you can’t make it in person, the online shop is extensive and easy to use. Birthday, Christmas, Christening or just because….we know you’ll find something to love.

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Tony Hardley Photography – Oban

Photography from around Scotland

t: +44 (0)1631 720434
e: info@scotphoto.com
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Find out more about Tony Hardley Photography

Tony Hardley is a photographer of exceptional talent. He produces the most amazing photos which you can buy online in prints of various sizes. From castles and beaches, to wildlife and boats, he mainly concentrates on Scotland, but you will find Blackpool donkeys and Liverpool cathedrals in there too!

With over 40,000 stock photos you are guaranteed to find the perfect print. Whether it’s for yourself or a present for someone else, the search function makes it easy to find just what you want. Alternatively, lose a few hours looking through – once you start you won’t want to stop! With prints starting at just £12 for an A4, treating yourself or others has never been easier or more affordable. Get your own little piece of Scotland!

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