Welcome to Blaze
Blaze has been offering the best in ceramics and hand-made wonders since 2003 and this Christmas we have added a whole new range of goodies to make the perfect gift .
This year we have made our beautiful shop even bigger and have included the work of a number of local artists in our growing family of Bristol makers and craftspeople.
We have everything to delight and surprise, such as delicately hand drawn brooches, carefully selected montages of strange and familiar objects, sailors with stories of the salty sea, and of course, the most exquisite jugs, pots and tea cups.
Among our unique collection you will find beautifully crafted originals along with re-discovered gems. We have cards and wrapping paper by a variety of local artists, decoupage furniture, books by Bristol’s foremost cultural publisher and a range of vintage hats, scarves and gloves to keep you warm throughout the season.
Bookmark our website and blog to see regular updates on future events and new delights.
You can also follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/blazeshop
or face us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Blaze-Shop/311929062186336
Made by Lucy
Blaze would like to welcome Lucy Roberts who has just joined us.
Lucy makes unusual gifts from lost and found objects, vintage fabrics, jigsaw puzzles and postage stamps.
Click on the link to our facebook page and enter our competition to win a Made by Lucy Rainbow Applique picture!
Blaze co-op is inviting artists, makers and craftspeople to join us.
If you would like to spend some time promoting and selling your work directly to the public while working part-time in a pleasant and creative retail environment, then this could be an opportunity for you.
We also have limited workshop space available for makers who would like to make or finish work on-site. All sorts of options are available so if you’re interested just call Marcus on 0777 181 0596
or email: email@example.com
Grand opening success
Well, the grand opening was indeed a success and we’re grateful to a host of visitors who came throughout the day and into the evening. We put the finishing touches to the layout on Saturday morning and by lunchtime it looked like a new shop! We have almost doubled the floor space and still managed to maintain a workshop area at the back. We now have a proper display of beautiful Hats, accessories, jewelry and Books as well as a mirror ball most likely rescued from the Titanic, a parasol which was undoubtedly twirled by Isadora Duncan and other effects of indeterminate provenance. Do visit between 10.30 and 5.30, Tuesday to Saturday.