Saturday, 30th November: Trader List

Updated: Nov 10, 2019

2019 has absolutely flown by! We can’t believe we’re already gearing up for our festive markets to mark the end of the year. 

To help you make the most of the market and have a good idea of what you can get and when, here’s a run-down of our 2019 dates. Click through on each one to find out who is exhibiting that day and what you can get your hands on! 

Let’s take a look at the traders joining us on Saturday, 30th November:

Lainey Beatson Art

Down at Lainey Beatson Art there is a love of animals, colour and painting! Putting all 3 together, Lainey has been created a wide variety of brightly coloured animal paintings for you to explore. They come alive with their detail, vibrancy, paint runs and splatters. Bringing colour into any home.

Fantasia Glass Art

Looking for a special gift? Come down to the Royal Exchange Square on 30th November and discover a detailed and unique twist on glass-inspired art and jewellery, crafted in the Scottish town of Hamilton by designer Alex Palmer. Make your choice from a variety of cuts and colours to find a piece that is both striking and inspiring.

Funky Fudge 

For Scottish Fudge, Tablet, Macaroon and Chocolate Truffles handmade in the heart of Scotland, call into our November market to visit Funky Fudge. Based at the beautiful Loch Lomond Shores, they have something for everyone. Check out their page below and come round and say hi every weekend in November on Royal Exchange Square!

Elvish Charm

Whether you're looking for customised glassware, jewellery or clothing at the market, Elvish Charm will have something for you! Colleen specialises in handmade and personal, nothing is an issue. If you want something specific created for someone special, talk to Colleen to create that unique gift! Find her here:

NB Photography

Award-winning Scottish landscape photographer Neil Barr will be joining us, with all manner of prints and products. Find out more:

Cohen – Art

Born in 1978 and originally from Saskatchewan, Canada, Cohen has travelled extensively and draws inspiration for her work wherever she goes. Since 2011, she has resided in Glasgow, Scotland and consequently the beautiful landscapes of Scotland have become the focus of her recent work, with an emphasis on the sky, the mountains, trees and water.

Róis Scottish Sea Glass

Róis Scottish Sea Glass creates handmade jewellery made from pieces of sea glass and pottery found on shores all over Scotland! Róis has found sea glass on over 50 different Scottish shores! From Iona to Orkney, you can select a location and receive a hand crafted piece of jewellery from a place with special meaning to you. Find out more:

Bamboo Brushes 

Cruelty free bamboo makeup brushes.


Hand crafted sterling silver jewellery, made in Scotland using traditional techniques, by Net McAllister.

Toe in the Water Designs

Handmade copper jewellery incorporating enamel, sterling silver, slate, etch, patina, texture, bead, wire, hammered and fold form detail. Toe in the Water Designs create a mixture of boho chic, smart, everyday and rustic pieces. Work includes earrings, pendants, cuffs, bracelets, shawl pins, brooches, rings. Find them on Facebook:

Smellies Lovely Stuff

Smellies Lovely Stuff are a small business handcrafting soaps, bath bombs and candles using the finest ingredients for a luxurious experience.

Jill’s Crafty Designs

Framed tartan pictures and greetings cards.

Clan McNutt

Metal Worker. 

Star Wolf

"I’m a geek. I love all things geeky but most often smaller characters that don't get much recognition or merchandise so I decided to make my own. Seeing someone’s face light up when they see their favourite character on my stall makes my day."

Myra Ostacchini

An eclectic mix of textile products made from sustainably sourced zero waste textiles including bags ,woven art, and interiors.

Maker and Producer

Maker and Producer is a social enterprise retailing luxury surplus cashmere to the public from a Scottish mill. The surplus textiles will be repurposed and sold via a website Profits from sales will provide free workshops for people with barriers to arts education or the employment marketplace. The project examines ways in which waste and excess textile materials could be up cycled. Currently no material goes to landfill, but excess and waste are sold at a very low price and the final destinations of the materials are unknown. Gifts designed for the Christmas market will include scarves, wraps and throws from the finest zero waste surplus cashmere, silk and wool blend yarns.


For more market dates and traders, check out our date list here!

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