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  • Phil Coleborn Photography

    (Phil Coleborn)
    Phil is primarily a fine art seascape photographer with interests in other genres of photography, who is always ready to explore and learn new possibilities within his work.
  • Purpleheart Woodturning

    (Dominic Le Huquet)
    I started Woodturning in 2019 after a visit to a UK craft show, where I had the opportunity to make a slimline pen. Once I got behind the lathe I was hooked and as soon as I got back I placed an order for a Lathe, chisels and turning blanks.
  • Rachel's Textiles Studio

    (Rachel Concannon)
    Rachel, when not running her shop, is usually to be found making a wide range of eclectic handmade products & textile art to sell. As a member of Genuine Jersey, her own work is unique to the studio & not available on line or at any other store.
  • Richardsons Jersey Royals

    (Dougie Richardson)
    Richardson’s Jersey Royals are hand picked and gently packed into specially lined paper bags within minutes in the field, holding the freshness and retaining as much of the potatoes delicate skins as possible in order to fully capture the famous Jersey Royal flavour. Heat sealing the bags ensures the freshness is sealed in!
  • Born and raised in Boston, USA, Kat Read of Rocque Paper Scissors, fell in love with Jersey at La Rocque on a misty Autumn night in 2012.
  • Ronez

    (Paul Pinel)
    Our operations supply the local businesses with aggregates, ready-mixed concrete, asphalt and precast concrete products. Operating out of St John’s Quarry, we offer a full range of high quality construction materials.
  • Rosemary Blackmore

    (Rosemary Blackmore)
    Rosemary graduated from Bath Academy of Art in 1967 with a B.A.Hons degree in Fine Art and has worked prolifically ever since, producing paintings, ceramics, textiles, prints and cards.
  • Rozel Farms

    (Trevor Renouf)
    Trevor Renouf began looking at growing alternative crops many years ago, to take advantage of Jersey’s southerly position and its fertile soil. He decided to invest in figs and revive an old Jersey tradition after undertaking research which showed that it in the 19th century it was common to have at least one fig tree in or near to the farmyard.
  • Sams-Creations

    (Sam Shield)
    I make a wide variety of handcrafted items, but recently have been focussing on kiln-fused glass, which is beautiful and very versatile. I started fusing glass in the spring of 2021 after having wanted to try it for years. I finally booked a session with Glyn Burton at Devil’s hole and was hooked (addicted).
  • Sarah Baudet

    (Sarah Baudet)
    Designs and makes artefacts and sculptures using copper wire, copper sheet, aluminium and wood.
  • Seymour Ceramics

    (Julie Pearce)
    Seymour Ceramics is the enterprise of Julie Pearce. Julie throws pieces on the potter's wheel, with stoneware and porcelain clays, creating unique functional and decorative items.
  • Sheila Birch ARPS CPAGB

    (Sheila Birch ARPS CPAGB)
    Born and raised in Jersey, Sheila's love of photography was not put into serious practical use until her children were grown up. Since retiring from normal working life, when several years were spent working as a freelance portrait and wedding photographer, she has found success and enjoyment in pursuing her lifelong interest in photography.
  • Shoreline Reflections

    (David Le Boutillier)
    David Le Boutillier, a retired teacher and a Genuine Jersey man, is the creator of Shoreline Reflections. He designs and makes artefacts using driftwood and other materials sourced locally on Jersey beaches. He likes to use the unusual features of driftwood producing original designs.
  • Simon Bossy

    (Simon Bossy)
    Gyotaku by Simon Bossy - Simon is a qualified marine biologist and has been working in this field in the UK, France, Pacific and Jersey all of his working life. His leisure time also involves the sea and he is a keen angler, sailor and scuba diver.
  • Sinclair Ceramics

    (Andrew Sinclair)
    Andrew has been teaching in Jersey for thirty-six years but recent retirement has given the opportunity to spend more time as a Studio Potter in the wilds of St Ouen.
  • Somerleigh Farms

    (Matt Lamy)
    Matthew’s father set up Somerleigh Farms in the late 60’s when they moved to the west of Jersey. His family had been working in the farming industry for several generations and it is still family-run business today. For the Lamy family, farming is not just a career but a way of life that they are immensely proud of. They work to ensure the traditional farming methods are preserved, from field to plate.
  • Soul of the Gypsy

    (Kevin Ash)
    ‘SOUL OF THE GYPSY‘ is ran by husband and wife team, Kevin and Claire Ash. The ‘Essence‘ of this artisan business, is in its name, being inspired by free-spirited, bohemian lifestyle, art, music, travel and the ocean.
  • Stephen JE Davies AGAvA

    (Stephen Davies)
    I am a local Graphic Artist & Illustrator (Facilities Manager by day and Artist by night), specialising in highly detailed black and white pencil drawings in all subjects and can turn my hand to colour. My speciality is the field of aviation but my style is well developed and with 30 years experience I can illustrate anything a Client desires. My greatest accolade is being made an Associate Member of the Guild of Aviation Artists having had after 3 successful submissions in the London Mall Galleries.
  • Stinky Bay Brewing Co.

    (Matt Topman)
    Matt Topman, brewer, founded Stinky Bay Brewing company four years ago. What initially started as a partnership with a friend, after a crazy idea one night when they were away travelling together, is now producing around 50,000 litres of beer a year in the Stinky Bay microbrewery; that's enough for every adult in Jersey to have a pint. Matt now runs the brewery on his own (with a little help from family and friends), and loves every day that he does.
  • Susan Lintell

    (Susan Lintell)
    Susan Lintell is an artist, illustrator and cartoonist, and a graphic and website designer. These are the things she does best.
  • The Atlantic Hotel

    (Will Holland)
    Ocean Restaurant at The Atlantic Hotel is a 4 AA Rosette restaurant set amongst ten acres of gardens and grounds, overlooking the magnificent St Ouen’s Bay and Atlantic Ocean beyond.
  • The Chilli Kitchen

    (Lesley Garton)
    Lesley Garton makes a range of modern and traditional, chutney, relish, jelly, jam, chilli sauce, chilli oil and cordial from her farm house on the outskirts of St Helier and sells them through an Island wide network of retail outlets. Lesley decided right from the outset that she would use local, seasonal Genuine Jersey ingredients.
  • The Fresh Fish Company

    (Louis Jackson)
    The Fresh Fish Company is ideally situated at the heart of the home of the Island’s commercial fishing fleet on the Victoria Pier of St Helier Harbour.
  • The Jersey Tea Company

    (Katherine Boucher)
    A home-grown tea business, started by four friends. The Jersey Tea Company sells handcrafted organic whole leaf green and black tea that has been grown and processed all on Island.
  • The adventure began when Mark Pinnick moved to Jersey and missed the cured meat snacks he had enjoyed while living in South Africa and so began to investigate curing Jersey beef to create his own Biltong. Word of mouth spread and soon Mark found himself running The Little Jersey Biltong Company, a small business supplying a niche market on the island.