At Isla Fine Art Cards & Gifts you can be sure of tasteful and beautiful gift ideas that are that little bit different. With our carefully curated range of distinctive homewares, body & home fragrance products, fashion accessories, stationery and a selection of art including original art by local artists and a selection of prints, there is something for everyone.
Our homewares range includes quirky ceramic bowls and vases from Lush Designs, along with stylish clocks from local artisans Pixalum, a wide range of glassware, china and other kitchen ware from Magpie including Sarah Young’s Wildwood range featuring her folk art inspired prints. We also stock Thornback & Peel alongside Hinchcliffe & Barber and the DM Collection among others.
Our body and home fragrance range includes stunning scented candles and diffusers from Stoneglow alongside bath and body products from Fikkerts and the beautifully packaged Michel Design Works.
Our fashion accessories range includes jewellery from Pixalum, Lime Tree Designs and Stockwell Ceramics. We stock 100% silk scarves from Tilley & Grace along with other silk items from Sara Miller and handbags from local maker Helen Dudgeon.
Our stationery range includes a large collection of art-themed greetings cards as well as a good selection of humour cards. We also stock a wide range of art notecards, beautiful journals and some lovely pens. Producers include, The DM Collection, Art Angels, Woodmansterne, Peter Pauper Press, Sea Gems, Museums & Galleries, Art Press, Sarah Woolfenden, Susan Entwistle and Iris Milward’s tile cards from 45 Southside Gallery.
Our prints include the hilarious cartoons of Rupert Fawcett from his two ranges, Off the Leash and On the Prowl, perfect for pet lovers. We stock fine art prints from Susan Entwistle, Sarah Woolfenden, Louise Tate and Daniel Mackie. We also sell the art of two local artists Mark Brighton and Keith How. Mark’s detailed drawings of woodland scenes from the area celebrate his love of this landscape which he walks through every day and his abstracts are inspired by geometric designs and mandalas. Keith How’s landscapes evoke the mood and essence of the Peak District, his abstracts are inspired by the textures of the landscape and the ancient stones within it and the sky above.