South East London is full of talented designer-makers and skilled craftspeople, this month Lawrence Roullier White discovers just a few.
Concrete planters made by Alastair Mitchell in Peckham, from £18, conpot.co.uk
Hard forged kitchen knives by Blenheim Forge in Peckham, from £90, blenheimforge.co.uk
Placemats and coasters made by Rosa & Clara in East Dulwich, from £3.50 for a coaster, rosaandclaradesigns.co.uk
Local prints and tea towels by Ray Stanbrook, including Peckham, Herne Hill, East Dulwich, Dulwich Park, Brockwell Park, Brockley, Camberwell and many more raystanbrook.wordpress.com
Silk scarves made by Gabriela Szulman in Camberwell, £95, gabrielaszulman.com
Forest Hill street map made by Place in Print in Forest Hill, from £35, framed £55, placeinprint.com
Print by Thomas Murphy made in Peckham, £60, peckhamprintstudio.com
Up-cycled chest of drawers by Muck N Brass made in Honor Oak, £195, @mucknbrass
Bespoke and ready to wear jewellery and jewellery repairs by Jessica Walker in Dulwich Village, jessicawalkerjewellery.co.uk
Screen-printed cushion by Ginger Line Designs in Peckham Rye, £35, gingerlinedesigns.co.uk
Plate, hand drawn by Jamie Palmer at his home in East Dulwich and his studio in Forest Hill, £45, part of a beautiful range of plates, bowls and vases from penandgravy.com
Bespoke furniture and fittings, from fitted and freestanding kitchen, closets and shelving units to stand-out statement one-off pieces by Andrea Felice in Dulwich, af-designs.co.uk
Brockley, Honor Oak and Forest Hill Postcards by Sarah Godsell, for local stockists see picksarah.co.uk
Babies’ hands and feet cast in bronze, silver or glass by Wrightson and Platt in Brockley, commissions start at around £900, wrightsonandplatt.com
This feature first appeared in the October 2015 issues of SE21, SE22 and SE23 magazine.