This is the inaugural spring edition of the Contemporary Crafts and Design Fair, held during the winter at the same venue.
More than 100 designer-makers will be showing their wares at the May weekend, in disciplines including homeware, lighting, accessories , ceramics and textiles and fashion.
All the works, as the name suggests, were created in Britain and are bought directly from the makers at the event.
Joining the more established designers will be new millinery graduates form Kensington and Chelsea college, who are selling their creations in a dedicated gallery space.
Among the designers showing are furniture maker Tim Chadsey:
Eileen Gatt’s silverware is inspired by the Scottish Highlands, stories and folklore, according to the organisers of Handmade in Britain.
We love the bold colours of Harriet Caslin’s lighting pieces:
And this very good buoy sculptural piece by Clare McCormish:
Handmade in Britain takes place from 9 – 11 May at Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, London SW35EE. For more information visit www.handmadeinbritain.co.uk/chelsea-14