Mother’s Day Gift Guide, Part 3Posted on 7th March 2021
If you are searching for something special for Mother’s Day (14th March), look no further than Bristol Market’s online directory – the Maker’s Marketplace – which features over 80 independent makers offering a choice collection of unique, artisan gifts to suit every kind of budget and every kind of mum!
For fitness fans, a handmade leather yoga mat carrier by Jess Grey Leather (available in eight gorgeous colours) would make a wonderfully useful gift or, for perfect post-workout cosiness, plump for a cuddly fleece from sustainable streetwear brand, Fruit Salad.
Eco-conscious mums will appreciate something elegant and ethical, such as a charming piece by ceramicist Isobel Higley who uses environmentally sustainable processes in her studio, or a pretty nature-inspired necklace by Corinne Evans Jewellery, fashioned from recycled silver.
If unique homewares are your mum’s thing, go for one of Orange Frog Boutique’s quirky fabric lampshades (we love their fab ‘Nurse Life’ design, which is raising funds for NHS Charities Together), or a trinket dish by designer AK-OH, whose alchemic process of mixing resin, jesmonite and precious metals ensures each piece is a complete one-off!
Jewellery lovers will delight in opening a gift box containing new treasure, be that a pair of earrings courtesy of The Illustrationist whose creations have a cool, geometric minimalism, or an elegantly understated necklace by design team, Ava & Bea.