Handmade Jewellery



If old world treasures are your thing, then you'll love Shonah Tomkins and her antique inspired jewellery and accessories. Combining her skills of life-drawing and screen printing while drawing inspiration from her small town roots, Shonah's beautiful range of wearable art is totally handmade, eco-friendly and all individual. Very much reflecting Shonah Tomkins as a designer.

In-between her role teaching music Shonah is working on a new linen, demin, vintage lace and Tasmanian Blackwood range to debut at the market soon.

Not bad for a small town gal!



Meet Andria, the creative mind behind accessories business Shagpile. My current collection for Shagpile consists of a range of products from earrings and rings to necklaces and headbands. Each piece is constructed from snippets of vintage and unusual fabrics which are pressed into buttons. The designs range from bold geometrics to delicate vintage florals with something to suit all fashion tastes.

My favorite products at the moment are mini button rings, especially since I love brightening things up with a splash of colour using jewellery and accessories.

The Rose St. Artist's Market has been a fantastic way for me to reach my customers. People really appreciate being able to meet the person who has made the product and it is a great way for me to get direct feedback from my customers. This has allowed me to more easily improve and develop products. There is also a wealth of knowledge amongst the stall holders at Rose Street and I have found it to be a very supportive environment in which to grow my brand.