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Cornwall Christmas Gift Guide

From unique jewellery to campfire kits and cushions, we’ve rounded up some of the best Christmas gifts that Cornwall's small businesses have to offer.

Cornwall is full of amazing small businesses and talented creators, which makes Christmas shopping an absolute delight. We’ve created our Cornwall Christmas Gift Guide to help you find great presents that your nearest and dearest will love.

This year, it’s more important than ever to support our small creative businesses. When you shop local, you know that every single item is made or sourced with care, by a maker or small business who will do a happy dance when they receive your order! So this Christmas, shop local from Cornwall based businesses and artists, and discover unique pieces that you won’t find anywhere else.

Read on for Cornwall 365’s Christmas Gift Guide…

Popplestone Studio

Based on the Isles of Scilly, Emma (aka The Button Lady) creates individually designed pieces including scarf pins, customised notebooks, cufflinks and – of course – buttons!

Franca Westaway Design

Creating ethical and sustainable ‘slow design’, Franca delivers modern luxury in the form of cushions, cosmetics bags, and silk scarves.

Holly Young Millinery

Fun and colourful pieces with effortless elegance, Holly’s collection includes beautiful scrunchies, berets and hat pins.

Jago Silver

A range of delightful original illustration prints, notebooks, and calendars. Pick up a Campfire Kit – containing everything you need to start a campfire – for a great stocking filler!

Brett & Leni Handcrafted Jewellery

Browse this collection of lovely, shiny jewellery, including earrings, pendants and personalised bracelets.

Lucy Spink Jewellery

Using her Grandad’s old workshop tools, Lucy creates beautiful jewellery that reflects patterns of nature: the outline shapes of rocky outcrops, the surface patterns made by hammers like the texture of stone, small spurs of silver and gold to replicate the growth patterns of lichens.

Sea Soul Blessings

Find meaningful gifts for sea-lovers, inspiration-seekers, and distant loved ones. Sea Soul Blessings’ uplifting affirmations and mindful prompts connect you to the sea, and encourage you to pause and reflect.

Sable Cloud Jewellery

Ethically made jewellery made to order in Tasha’s workshop, delivered ready-to-give in recycled and recyclable gift packaging. You can also find gift and workshop vouchers for your special someone.

Spilled Ink Stationary

A charming collection of notebooks and cards that have been created from business-owner Ellie’s love for all things stationary, and her connection to Cornwall.

Rach Richardson

Contemporary and simple with a sprinkling of edge, Rach’s pieces are feather-light and comfortable, and made to last a lifetime.

Ben Battell Photography

Browse fine art prints of sunsets, waves and water, from Cornwall and beyond.

Elysian Designs Cornwall

Gorgeous, high-quality leather handbags and accessories made from reclaimed equestrian tack leather.

Silver Sapling

Working in eco silver and gold, Ben and Lucy take inspiration from Cornwall’s landscapes, textures, nature and ocean to create unique jewellery.

Jessye Boulton

From her rural studio near Penzance, Jessye Boulton designs and makes artisan knitwear using traditional hand framed machinery. Garments and accessories are crafted using natural fibres, resulting in luxurious, tactile items for both men and women.

Elby Brown

Handmade jewellery inspired by the setting of the woods as a stage. Created with ethically sourced metals; silver, gold, enamel and precious stones.


Based on the Isles of Scilly, Traceless is a collection of handmade products shaped by the seabed, colours of the landscape, and tones of the islands.

Seed Home Designs

A range of fabrics, British made homewares, prints and cards created by Naomi Sisson, inspired by flora and nature.

Jacqueline Clark Ceramics

Ceramic work exploring the seen and unseen of Cornwall’s coast and creeks, from the subtle beauty of high water vistas to the reality of a scarred industrial past.

Cultivator is a project funded by European Structural Investment Funds, HM Government, Arts Council England and Cornwall Council. It provides skills and business development support for creative industries businesses across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

The businesses featured here have all had support from the Cultivator project.

Imogen Weatherly

Imogen can usually be found in a village community cinema, exploring Cornwall’s great outdoors, at foodie events, or watching live theatre. When she’s not getting stuck into all the lovely cultural stuff in Cornwall, you can find her on the beach.