Debbie Bryan Studio & Shop in Nottingham’s Lace Market is more than just a creative space exhibiting and selling collections of many talented artists and designer makers. This space is also the primary place to find Debbie’s own stunning creations, designed, created and made in Nottingham, from the best materials.
During this busy season, as well as preparing for all of the festivities of Christmas, Debbie has been busy innovating and creating new pieces for her annual New York trade show in January. What you can expect from Debbie Bryan’s work at this event is exquisite, unique craftsmanship, created using locally sourced materials and inspired by our country’s great heritage.
Debbie Bryan’s trademark scarves will be on display in a variety of stunning colours, which are made from the finest yarns, as are Debbie’s distinctive corsage brooches. Debbie Bryan has also been busy making her resin brooches for the trade show, incorporating carefully selected materials such as Nottingham lace and vintage photographs, these collections have a feeling of nostalgia and are completely one of a kind and unique due to the how they have been made and hand finished.
In addition, Debbie Bryan will also be showing off her luxury cotton, lamb’s wool and mohair scarves, created on historic British machinery and hand finished in the Lace Market studio. These scarves which are designed by Debbie and knitted using a traditional methods unique to the Nottingham area and are available in an assortment of colours for women and men.
To see some of Debbie’s most beautiful works before they leave for America, visit the Lace Market shop and see if there is something which captures your heart.
Debbie Bryan Studio & Shop : 18 St Mary's Gate : The Lace Market : Creative Quarter : The Lace Market Nottingham : NG1 1PF : UK : 0115 9507776
Open Monday to Saturday and on a Sunday 12 - 4pm untill Christmas
27th - 30th January 2013, Debbie Bryan will be exhibiting at stand 2269 : British Jewellery & Giftware International : New York International Gift Fair, Jacob Javits Centre.