The Jewellery Quarter's growing community of designer-makers is being highlighted with the publication of a new guide.
It is being launched with an open-studio event tomorrow which will enable visitors to see craftspeople at work at six studios in the quarter.
Forty makers are featured in the pocket-sized guide, published by the Jewellery Quarter Regeneration Partnership with support from Business Link. Most are jewellers but the guide also encompasses watchmaking, glass and industrial design, as well as featuring the growing number of galleries in the quarter.
Tomorrow six studios are open around the quarter between 10am and 3pm. Participating makers are Glenn Campbell and Stephen Galloway-Whitehead (71 Vyse Street), Abigail Flessig and Collete Waudby (72 Vyse Street), Fat Cow Designs and Lucy-Ann Designs (44 Hockley Street), David-Louis Galery (23-24 Warstone Lane) and Jaime Hamper (20 Hockley Street).
You can also see the Borgezie Watch Company at the Information Centre outside the Big Peg on Vyse Street. You can pick up copies of the guide there or at the various galleries - including the New Galery and RBSA in St Paul's Square and the St Paul's Gallery in nearby Northwood Street, as well as the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter.