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Network The New Craftsmen Association

Established in 2012, The New Craftsmen works with a selection of Britain's finest craft makers to showcase the skills and craft products of the British Isles. It represents over 130 makers working in textiles, silverware, furniture, ceramics, jewellery, glassware and more, selling a carefully curated range of products and limited editions online and via its shop in Mayfair, London. The New Craftsmen forges collaborations with designers and artisans to give a contemporary take on specific skills and materials, and offers its customers, interior designers and architects a range of services that enable them to customise and commission bespoke pieces.

34 North Row, Mayfair
W1K 6DG London


Bog Wood Vessel by Joe Hogan - A unique woven basket constructed from local willow and bog pine. Made from Joe’s studio in Loch Na Fooey, a glacial lake situated in Ireland. © The New Craftsmen
Scorched Hollow by Eleanor Tassie Made from a single section of windblown Mulberry that has been lathe-turned using hand-held gauges. © The New Craftsmen
3 White Pitchers by Nicola Tassie. A composition of three wheel-thrown jugs taking inspiration from Morandi’s still-lifes - © The New Craftsmen
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