9 - 10 November 2019
Lakeside Arts, Nottingham
An eagerly anticipated landmark in Nottingham's arts calendar, Lustre is a friendly, relaxed, contemporary craft and design market, where you can buy everything from artisan jewellery and bags to ceramics, glass and tableware.
If you love crafts that are handmade, individual and beautiful, then Lustre is a must for you and we have even more to offer you this year. Buy or commission work direct from over 60 of the UK's finest established and emerging designer/makers, selected for the quality and uniqueness of their craft.
Returning to Lustre this year is the YOUNG METEORS gallery presenting cutting-edge work from a selection of 2019 graduates from universities around the UK.
With Christmas just around the corner, get a head start and buy unique gifts unavailable anywhere on the high street.
This year we welcome 19 different jewellery designers/makers. From precious metals to colourful plastic, and from sparkling stones to recycled materials – there will be a huge range of styles, techniques and beautiful jewellery on show from some of the country's most creative makers.
Highlights include Jo Irvine’s delicate and elegant designs combining 18ct gold and silver. Alys Power’s contemporary handmade jewellery use oak, enamel, stone and precious metals to create geometric shapes. Jane Sedgwick's colourful wooden jewellery give a playful vibe; and Francesa Lobb's intricate designs are made of pre-owned objects.
Join us at Lustre to meet these exceptional makers in person and treat you or a loved one to an exquisite and imaginative gift.
Lustre 2019 Jewellery Makers:
Dee Barnes Designs; Deborah Beck; Holly Suzanna Clifford; Amber Cooper-Green; Rachel Eardley; Tiki by Cécile Gilbert; Faye Hall; Jo Irvine Jewellery; Lois Jane Jewellery; Gilly Langton; Francesca Lobb; Becca Macdonald; Lucy Martin; Poppy Norton; Alys Power; Cathy Newell Price; Ashi Marwaha; Jane Sedgwick; Tanja Ufer.
Lustre 2019 will take place across The DH Lawrence Pavilion and Music Rehearsal Hall
Lakeside Arts, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG72RD
Saturday 9 November 2019 | 10am - 5pm
Sunday 10 November 2019 | 10am - 4pm
£5 (weekend admission)