The New Craftsmen, London
On the hunt for homewares handmade in the British Isles? The New Craftsmen in London’s Mayfair is our go-to. Opened in 2014 after stints as a pop-up and online offer, it inhabits a nineteenth-century leather breeches workshop and serves to showcase work by the finest British makers. Mark Henderson, Catherine Lock, and Natalie Melton are joint founders. ‘The New Craftsmen is a hub for buying, commissioning, learning about and making fine craft,’ states Melton. ‘Our pace and rhythm is in step with the very best makers – not rushed, not hurried, but delivered with thought and consideration.’ The store represents over 100 makers – from heritage artisans to emerging talents – working across ceramics, glassware, furniture, textiles and more. It also features an area dedicated to bespoke orders, where ‘makers drawers’ contain materials and inspiration for whatever you might like to commission – think kitchen lighting to a full dinner service. We admire The New Craftsmen’s connection to culture and place, and vision of sustainable luxury expressed through a dedication to makers, method, and design. Visit on North Row – a stone’s throw from Selfridges – or online to purchase or create treasures.
The New Craftsmen
34 North Row, Mayfair, London
+44 (0) 20 7148 3190 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Monday through Saturday, 11am-6pm
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