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Scottish craft shows from Beith to St Monans: Taking my geometric, modern silver jewellery on tour

Last weekend I had the pleasure of trading at the Scottish Arts and Crafts Fair at Geilsland Country Estate in Beith, Scotland for the second time and it was an amazing experience. I'm always happy to be a part of their handmade events, and celebrate the best of Scotland's craftsmanship.

The fair is held monthly and showcases a wide range of beautiful art and crafts made by local makers. I was grateful to see so many people take an interest in my handmade jewellery, and to talk with new customers about my inspiration and process.

I'm pleased to say that I'll be returning to the Scottish Arts and Crafts Fair on August 5th 2023, and again on November 4th 2023. Make sure to visit to see me geometric silver jewellery collection in person.

But before that, I'm excited to be exhibiting with Teagreen in St Monans at Bowhouse in Fife. This event will be held over two days, on Saturday and Sunday, and will feature some of the best artists, and small business owners from all over Scotland. This will be a first for me!



The handmade makers market at Bowhouse Scotland
Bowhouse | St Monans | Scotland: The handmade market, hosted monthly provides a sophisticated backdrop for Bianca O'Neill's geometric jewellery collection

As an independent gold and silver maker, Scottish events like these are incredibly important for me to showcase my modern, geometric jewellery collections and connect with people who appreciate sustainable, unique jewellery.

If you're interested in exploring some of Scotland's finest arts and crafts, I'd highly recommend attending one of these events! It's a great way to spend a day and discover some amazing local talent. You can see all the events I will be attending in 2023 on my website. I hope to see you at one of them soon.

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