Sunday, 8th December: Trader List

December is here, and the festive season is well and truly upon us. We’re marking the end of 2019 with our extensive festive market, and we want you to join us.  

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, 8th December:

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.

Fantasia Glass Art

Looking for a special gift? Come down to the Royal Exchange Square on 8th December 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. 

Cairn Colours

Handmade, unique and bold colour-block polymer clay statement jewellery.

Bamboo Brushes

Cruelty free bamboo makeup brushes.

Funky Fudge 

For Scottish Fudge, Tablet, Macaroon and Chocolate Truffles handmade in the heart of Scotland, call into our December 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 December on Royal Exchange Square!

Adriana de Matos Artwork

"I was born in Portugal where I studied Fine Arts - Painting. I visited Scotland for the first time when I was at school, and since that moment I decided it was where I wanted to be. Before moving to Scotland my work focused mostly on painting the Human figure, but after being absorbed into the Scottish landscape I started focusing on its local Wildlife, so it became my primary subject. I picked up my palette & canvas and started making portraits of animals and birds, and I have recently discovered the potential of drawing with traditional nib pen. I create affordable prints & framed illustrations of my works so that the Wildlife that fascinates me can become part of your home too."

Nmarra Design

NMARRA presents bold, graphic statement earrings. Designs take inspiration from the rich visual language of the natural world, reflect structure in our built environments and play with forms inspired by folk art and 20th century design. Shape and visual balance have been explored in these unique designs, creating bold accessories that draw the eye. Made from warm brass, these lightweight pieces are easy to wear and make a statement in style.

Orchy Design

Bold Vibrant and Beautiful Dichroic Glass and Silver Jewellery.


"Our earthy, up-cycled, handmade jewellery is made from beach pottery and stone. We use re-purposed leather and copper which is enamelled or torch fired. Faodail means ‘a lucky find’ in Gaelic."

Jean Hope

Handmade jewellery made with gemstones repairs and bespoke pieces can be made to order.

Jenny Haslimeier Art

"I am an award winning botanical artist, originally from New Zealand. I create both botanical and natural history illustrations. I moved to Edinburgh in 2006 and currently split my time between both countries. I am a keen traveller and love to take inspiration from visiting different places around the world and incorporating my findings into my artwork."

Dandy Horse Designs

Hand printed organic fair trade tshirts featuring 19th century bicycle designs.

Babylon jewellery 

Artisan clay earrings.

Kevin McGarry Studio

Fine Prints of Scottish Landscapes.


Discover the perfect eco gift with Referlished jewellery which is made with recycled plastic bottle tops and lids. Be part of the change and end plastic pollution. 


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

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