We're starting with a Christmas gift guide for her. What can you possibly buy for the woman who has everything? Take a look below!
A satchel for the woman on the go
This mini square satchel made by Williams is perfect for her next holiday, or weekend errands. It is made using textured and smooth English bridle leather and fully lined with aqua pig suede. The bag features a small internal pocket and comes with a detachable, adjustable, cross body strap. Choose from the colours Red, Mint, and Black/Navy.
A kimono robe for the home
This silk kimono made by Phoebe Joan shown in the pattern Lawan Aurora will give her the perfect excuse for breakfast in bed. There are only 25 robes available in this collection. It is a timeless piece of loungewear that brings together both longevity and luxury. Phoebe Joan is releasing a Christmas line exclusive for the Handmade in Britain Chelsea show next week.
A scarf that makes the winter a bit more bearable
This scarf designed by Lucy- Cox is hand made from soft Chunky British Alpaca. The cold weather is approaching, and this is a gift that will continue to keep her warm, and stylish every winter.
A hat for a bad hair day
This hat named Anne designed by Karen Henrisken is a deep-fitting, cloche shape that sits snugly over the ears, with a sculpted knot on one side. It comes in the colours Charcoal/Blue, Charcoal/Red, and Grey/Cream. This cloche will certainly rival Kate Middleton's infamous hat collection!
Earrings that make an impression
The earrings made by Emily Thatcher Jewelry are delicate and stunning for the holiday season. They are shown in rich pink Tourmaline cabochons, highlighted by faceted Indicolite Tourmaline, and are set in 18ct recycled rose gold, with a hook style which fastens at the back.
A Wine Coaster for the hostess
This completely unique wine coaster for the London obsessed woman who has it all is made by silversmith Jen Ricketts. This piece is shown in the design of the intricate London skyline. All items are hand cut using the finest of saw blades.
A vase for the woman who stops to smell the roses
This contemporary, handblown glass piece made by Adam Aaronson is a celebration of the simplicity of pure form, and his coloured patinas draw on painterly techniques and are predominately inspired by a love of nature. This is sure to be a display piece in her home for years to come.
Find all of these pieces and more at the Handmade in Britain Chelsea show the 13-15 of November!