Backless shades for slim table lamps and wall lights
Drum shades for table lamps, ceiling pendants and floor lamps
Vintage OS map shades for table, ceiling, floor and wall
All shapes and sizes can be made-to-order in the colour/pattern of your choice. See the Galleries and the archived Design Library for inspiration. Visit the Shop to see what’s in stock for immediate despatch.
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Recent Posts

Worcestershire Open Studios 26-28 August 2017

I'm taking part in Worcestershire Open Studios this year, alongside fellow Worcestershire Guild members, at the Pump House in Gheluvelt Park in Worcester.  You'll find linocuts, silver jewellery, furniture, raku ceramics, willow baskets, woven wire creations,...
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Gordon Russell Design Museum 22 August to 17 September 2017

The Gordon Russell Design Museum in the Cotswolds has invited the Worcestershire Guild - Contemporary Crafts to exhibit work alongside its unique furniture collection which spans six decades from the 1920s. 21 members of the Guild, including me, have submitted pieces...
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Father’s Day 18 June 2017

I was delighted to have my personalised map lamps featured by InTouch Rugby in their Father's Day Gift Guide - for the ultimate in originality!  See what's left in stock in the shop - there is still chance for me to post out in time if you're...
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RHS Malvern Spring Festival 11-14 May

I'm busy preparing new work for my first major show of the year at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern. I'll be back with the Worcestershire Guild in the Wye Hall. Tickets are available online...
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New ArtShades’ website goes live

I'm delighted to unveil my stylish new website with a clean contemporary look, improved navigation and larger images. Please have a good look around and let me know what you think.  My new online shop is now open and up-to-date with current stock including half...
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Two craft events local to Malvern coming up in March

Blue Ginger Gallery re-opens for the season on Saturday 18 March with an exhibition entitled 'Coast to Countryside'.  It brings together 'an exciting range of work from leading British artists and craftspeople unified by their affinity with the natural world' and...
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