We had a beautiful day on Saturday 17th - it was a super relaxing day of socialising, shopping, lunch, iced coffee, treats and cocktails both inside The Mowbray and Up On The Roof. Thank you to everyone who came to support us and got involved.
Market Makers & Creators
We're so grateful to know such an inspiring and talented group of people who bring so much to our events... Privileged to welcome...
Luiza brought along a whole host of prints and cards that document common domestic objects like teapots, vases, flowers and fruit in a still life setting and original linocuts that celebrate the human body.
Always so beautiful - and all of her work looks so at home within The Mowbray!
Beth was selling handmade jewellery which includes recycled silver and gold plated pieces which have been made using the lost wax and sand casting processes. She also had her recycled rope necklaces and bracelets which are made using knotting techniques.
Her gold earrings are the most gorgeous...
Bloom Sheffield is a not-for-profit community flower garden for women, promoting positive mental health through therapeutic horticulture. They were selling locally grown, fresh flowers that have been nurtured and arranged by their community. Bloom also chatted about what they do and how you can get involved. They sold loads of blooms - so you all helped Bloom grow, as all the money they raise goes back into the good stuff they do in the community.
Novel is a pop-up book shop in Sheffield, South Yorkshire ran by Kate + Joe.
They sell a curated selection of their favourite reads. They sift through contemporary releases to find the most inspiring, innovative, and thought-provoking books out there, and at the centre of the curation is a diverse list of authors, themes, and publishers.
So many beautiful books and fab Summer hols reads!
Aimee shared her passion for aromatherapy and acupressure by offering free soothing hand massages at the Summer Market. As a massage therapist and yoga teacher, she was also talking about seasonal nourishment as we prepare for the warmer months of summer...
CRAFT clothing was born out of a love for well made, sustainable, comfy but stylish clothing. Sarah has been sewing for 30 years and has been teaching her craft for nearly 15 years. Her love for making clothes out of reclaimed and deadstock fabrics have bought her to doing what she loves for a living.
All of Craft's garments are made one at a time, slowly and carefully. Attention to detail is everything. After all slowly is the fastest way to get to where you want to be. They believe that their clothing is an investment and their pieces are made and designed to be long lasting and timeless in style.
The shorts and Summer dresses are an absolute MUST!
Lit launched their new range of refillable Ceramic Candles at The Mowbray & Friends Summer Market.
They have created refillable Ceramic Candles to reaffirm their core values, while celebrating the beauty of collaboration between women makers.
The candles are incredibly beautiful - and make such good sense to invest in the vessel and top up with a very pocket friendly refill option... The way forward!
With inspiration gathered from old wives tales and observations of what surrounds her, Becca combines drawing, painting and printmaking to build narrative on the surface of decorative hand built ceramics. Fingerprints, brush strokes and making marks are intentionally left exposed to accentuate the relationship between vessel and subject...
Mow's was our lockdown baby - and is now a flourishing little inner city coffee hangout - found at the front Laundry for Hair at Sellers Wheel, 151 Arundel Street - serving up speciality coffee and anytime eating seven days a week. On Saturday Mow's hosted 'Mow's Iced Coffee Cabin' Up On The Roof - with stacks of treats from Nourriture Bespoke.
Thank you very much to Andrew Mclean for documenting our Market day... Some beautiful content and he caught all of the dreamy vibes from our day.