Derby East Street Craft Fair

November 10, 2016 @ 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
East Street
East St
Derby DE1 2AU

LoveTaliesin Jewellery is thrilled to be back in Derby for the Derby East Street craft fair. You will find us in this busy fair right in the heart of Derby’s main shopping area,  just outside the main shopping centre. We will be close to this well-known landmark.

The Derby Ram Statue on Derby East Street
The Derby Ram Statue on East Street, Derby

LoveTaliesin Jewellery at Derby East Street Craft Fair

When you come and see us at Derby East Street Craft Fair, you will find that our ever-growing collection now includes:

  • Pendants, earrings, brooches and bracelets hand-painted by Sue with special effect paint and protected by a resin dome.
  • Pendants and Earrings hand-made from Swarovski Crystal Elements
  • Dichroic Glass Bracelets, Earrings and Pendants
  • Gemstone chip bracelets
  • Stunning hand-made Steampunk pendants and brooches
  • Acrylic Butterfly brooches, pendants and earrings
  • Sterling Silver Rings
  • 925 Silver Necklaces, bracelets, earrings and studs
  • Earrings, Pendants, Bookmarks, Charm Bracelets and Necklaces hand-made from Tibetan Silver Charms
  • Glass Nail Files
  • … and lots of surprises as new ideas and new products constantly burst from Sue’s creative imagination!

Alongside our hand-made treasures we also sell  jewellery from some great brands at very competitive prices:

  • Tribal
  • Tide
  • Silver Tide
  • Sea Gems
  • Magic Accessories
  • Archive Crafts

We’ll have all these, and even more beautiful jewellery,  in the LoveTaliesin gazebo Derby East Street craft fair.

East Street

East Street is one of Derby’s ancient streets and was, for many years known as Bag Lane. The street first recorded as long ago as 1220 in a charter of the Abbey of Darley and at this time it was known as Baggelon, which can be interpreted as ‘beggar lane’ an area of poor housing and squalor. This description appears to have remained valid until at least the 19th century and it is thought that the plague began here in 1635.

Little appears to have been done to improve the street until it was realigned and metaled in 1789 and drains were laid in 1795. Widened at the end of the 19th century, it acquired its current, unimaginative, name sometime around 1891. Today the street is lined with retail premises and entrances to the Intu Shopping Centre and the Eagle covered Market.




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