Sunday, 24th November: Trader List

Updated: Nov 3, 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 Sunday, 24th November:

Fantasia Glass Art

Looking for a special gift? Come down to the Royal Exchange Square on 24th 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!


Referlished create one of a kind pieces of jewellery made from single use plastics such as unrecycleable bottle tops. Creating beautiful accessories and stopping plastics go to landfill and into our oceans.

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.

NB Photography

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

Orchy Design

Bold Vibrant and Beautiful Dichroic Glass and Silver Jewellery.

Brave Scottish Gifts

Modern design led Scottish Gifts. Learn more online:

Dryad Candleworks

Dryad Candleworks produces vegan, soy candles, inspired by the ancient land in which we live, Argyll. Rich with ancient woodlands, mountains and lochs, the county as a whole provides ongoing inspiration for a range of natural scents.

Our wax is pure soy from sustainable farms in America. By choosing soy, we are helping to support the environment, as it is a healthily renewable resource. It can be replaced at the same rate ,and faster, than it can be consumed. It is continually produced without damaging the ecosystem in which it is grown. It is completely biodegradable.

Our fragrances are organic, essential oils and wildcrafted botanic essences, including wildcrafted infusions and artisan distilled oils from bark, needles and moss. NO petrochemicals, NO herbicides, No palm wax, NO pesticides

We make products which are as natural as possible, and in our packaging and glassware, we choose suppliers that use recycled materials. Our packaging is all recyclable.

The creative process of hand pouring, infusing oils and inspecting each candle is our pride and joy at Dryad CandleWorks. When you light our candle, you will experience the magic of the woodlands that goes into each and every creation.

Clan McNutt

Metal Worker. 

Kayleigh McCallum Art and Illustration 

I love creating illustrative artworks using oils and inks, mainly of animals and people. Bold colours and curious expressions feature a lot in my work! I paint from my studio in the east end of Glasgow and all of my prints are made in Glasgow too.

I gave up my job in advertising 4 years ago to follow my passion for creating art. I love hearing where everyone hangs their prints and originals in their house!

Rebecca Scott

Rebecca Scott is an Ayrshire based artist who has exhibited across the UK and in Europe. Her artworks are held in private collections all over the world. Most drawn to creating experimental depictions of people, she incorporates printmaking techniques, acrylics, inks, blind drawing and dry media in her work.

Her new collection of portraiture was inspired by a palette knife experiment in a life drawing class. She loved the bold lines that were created by the palette knife and began combining these strong black lines with vibrant colours using paints and oil pastels. Soon she was hooked! Painting quickly, Rebecca enjoys the transformation that occurs during the process from a geometric, rigid framework of lines into something textured, detailed and colourful. The thing she loves about portraits is that they encourage us to question, who is the person, what are they thinking, how are they feeling?


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

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