Jeremy trained in Bristol and established his first workshop in 1980 at the Bristol Guild in the heart of the city.
Since then his work has been displayed at this well established destination which Jeremy holds close to his heart.
Currently the Bristol Guild has available:
No 764 Arts and Crafts Side Table 40 cm x 40 cm Oak & Walnut £295 SOLD
No 775 Arts and Crafts Dressing Mirror 135 cm x 47 cm Oak & Wenge £345 SOLD
No 777 Arts and Crafts Dressing Mirror 135 cm x 47 cm Oak & Wenge £355 SOLD
No 784 Arts and |Crafts Hall Mirror 72 cm x 61 cm Maple & Walnut £295 SOLD
No 786 Arts and Crafts Hall Table 92 cm x 40 cm Oak & Wenge £695 SOLD
No 793 Arts and Crafts Dressing Mirror 135 cm x 47 cm Oak & Wenge £355 SOLD
No 794 Arts and Crafts Dressing Mirror 123 cm x 47 cm Oak & Wenge £335
No 796 Arts and Crafts Hall Mirror 86 cm x 61 cm Oak & Wenge £295 SOLD
No 799 Russell Hall Mirror 80 cm x 80 cm Oak & Wenge £235 SOLD
No 809 Runner Hall Mirror 70 cm x 60 cm Sycamore & Walnut £225 SOLD
No 810 Arts and Crafts Hall Mirror 86 cm x 61 cm Oak& Wenge £295 SOLD
No 814 Arts and Crafts Hall Mirror 86 cm x 86 cm Oak& Wenge £355 SOLD
Bristol Guild 66-70 Park Street, Bristol, BS1 5JY
Contact Simone Andre at Bristol Guild Craft Gallery
Jeremys work has been selected for the Stradling Collection in Bristol
Ken Stradling's is a very personal collection, built up since the late 1940s, resulting in a remarkable collection of 20th and 21st Century ceramics, furniture, glass and product design. it extends over 3 floors of a dedicated house set in the centre of Bristol
An integral part of the Stradling Collection is the Design Study Centre on the ground floor. Here you can view a regularly changing selection of work from the Collection and leaf through books from the Design Library.
The collection is regularly open to the public on Wednesdays.
The Ken Stradling Collection
48 Park Row
Contact Julia Donnelly
Crofton Gane ( left ) with Bauhaus Marcel Breuer furniture designer c.1935
Jeremy has been a trustee of the Gane Trust based in Bristol since 1998. He is one of the few practising makers who make up a divergent team whose principle activity is the grant application scheme to support individuals engaged in the crafts, design, the arts or social care and welfare.
Contact Treasure Tugwell - Trust Secretary
Commisions in Bristol include:
Bristol University - Console table for Stuart House at The Royal Fort
Rolls Royce PLC - Dining tables
David Mellor - Library
Keith Floyd - Desk
and numerous private clients