Artisan Chelsea

Artisan Chelsea

Monday, 8 May 2023 – Sunday, 14 May 2023
Free Admission

Artisan Chelsea is back – returning again as part of London Craft Week from 08-14 May. Celebrating the craftsmanship and creativity from brands across the neighbourhood, including Anya Hindmarch, Emilia Wickstead and Sunspel, Artisan Chelsea is an unmissable moment for your diary.

Anya Hindmarch – Junior Apprentice Workshop

Inspire your little ones and nurture their creative talent with Anya Hindmarch’s junior embossing workshop at their Bespoke Store. Suitable for children aged 6-10, the interactive event features a presentation setting up the embossing machine, selecting the foil, setting the typeface and placing the motif on leather. Each child chooses a leather swatch from a huge selection of colours, a motif they would like to emboss and coloured foil. Anya’s leather expert will then emboss the personalised leather swatch along with the name of your child.

11 May at 4.30pm– 6pm or 13 May at 3pm – 4.30pm, £35pp. Find out more and book here.

Cassandra Goad – Interactive Exhibition Exploring Her Latest Collection

Visit Cassandra Goad’s Sloane Street showroom to discover her designs which draw inspiration from the unusual and unexpected. The interactive exhibition will unveil the stories behind Cassandra’s incredible designs.

08 – 12 May 10am-5:30pm or 13 May 11am-2:30pm. No booking necessary.

Emilia Wickstead – Discover the Craftmanship of Emilia Wickstead Home

Discover the craftmanship of Emilia Wickstead Home within the her flagship store on Sloane Street. Learn how Emilia worked alongside master craftspeople to bring to life her new collection of beautiful homeware, which takes influence from her formative years in Italy.

08 May 12pm – 6pm, 09 May 10am-6pm, 10 May 10am-7pm and 11-13 May 10am-6pm. Find out more and book here.

Kate Braine Pottery Studio Visit and Exhibition

Kate Braine has been making pottery and sculptures in her garden studio for over a decade. During Artisan Chelsea, view her works within her studio on Cheyne Row – close to where the Chelsea China factory was and a few doors down from where William de Morgan had his workshop. You will also get the opportunity to see her current project; a series of creative interpretations of dog and cat bowls.

13-14 May 10am-5pm. Find out more and book here.

Soho.Home.Studio: Craft Week Conversations

Soho.Home.Studio will be hosting a discussion in celebration of craftsmanship with Soho Home’s panel of Member Market makers. Book your tickets to hear design journalist and presenter Roddy Clarke in conversation with Jacqueline de la Fuente of De La Jardin, Marie Cudennec Carlisle of Goldfinger, Tejumola Butler Adenuga and Hugo Worsley of Allday Goods.

10 May, 7pm-8.30pm. Find out more and book here.

Sunspel and Jago Poynter

Celebrating British ceramics, Sunspel will be hosting local Chelsea potter, Jago Poynter at their Duke of York Square store.

08 May – 13 May, 10am-6pm or 14 May 12pm-5pm. No booking necessary.

In Conversation with Cole & Son

Visit the masters of luxury wallpaper just off the King’s Road at Cole & Son who will be hosting a talk in celebration of Artisan Chelsea.

09 May at 2pm. No Booking necessary.

For more information, bookings and the full programme, visit the London Craft Week website here.

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