Manchester jewellery designer Colette Hazelwood
Coronavirus update November 2020: My studio and shop will be closed to the public throughout November but this Manchester jewellery designer is still working and making jewellery for you!. Email me.
Click to take a virtual 3D TOUR of my studio and shop on the ground floor in Manchester Craft & Design Centre.
Studio 4. Manchester Craft and Design Centre,
17 Oak St. Northern Qutarer, Manchester M4 5JD. United Kingdom.
Monday-Saturday 10am to 5.30pm
Sunday: Open 11am to 4 pm December only.
I'm a Manchester jewellery designer - I share studio 4 with Lee Page Hanson ceramic artist.
Our studio shop is easy to find in Manchester Craft & Design Centre (we're right opposite the cafe on the ground floor) use the map above. Email me or phone me on 07712 90 97 93 for directions or go to my directions page here. We're 5 minutes walk from Piccadilly Gardens and 10 minutes walk from Victoria and Piccadilly train stations.
We're open 10am - 5.30pm, Monday to Saturday, Sundays 11am - 4pm in December too. I'll be working at my bench and I am able to answer your questions and discuss commissions. I tend to be in the studio on Monday, Wednesday and most Saturdays but email me first to check I'll be working if you're paying a special visit.
Not only am I an independent Manchester based jewellery designer but I also work from my custom built studio at home in the High Peak, Derbyshire. Appointments are welcome here too.
A huge advantage to you of working with an independent jewellery designer maker is that there are no 'middle men' - no gallery, shop or company are adding a huge commission on your purchase price.
When you buy from an independent maker like me, the full cost is with one person, so this enables me to keep my prices competitive as there's no one else taking their cut.
Inside my shop, you'll find all my current ranges. You can also buy them here on this web site. In addition, I also sell new & experimental jewellery not shown on here.
I also promote other Invited Makers - national contemporary jeweller's work including Acdria - handmade resin jewellery inspired by nature, Caroline Shaw - vintage teacup and saucer jewellery, Reaction - pewter jewellery and Zincwhite - jewellery made with pencils.
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