Hampshire Cultural Trust

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Exhibitions at the Ashcroft


Joanne Tinley Jewellery

Joanne’s jewellery is crafted to last lifetimes, designed with care to be cherished and passed down the generations, yet intended to be worn every day. A gift of love, a precious reminder of the birth of a child, an 18th birthday treasure, or a simply a treat for yourself to celebrate how unique you are.

For Joanne, jewellery is the most important part of an outfit, and usually the starting point when planning what to wear to a wedding, party or even a day out with the family.

Joanne makes all her designs are made in her studio in The Sorting Office in Eastleigh, Hampshire using sterling and fine silver, 24k gold, semi-precious stones and handcrafted lampwork glass beads. Many of the stones and lampwork beads used in her Unique Collection are themselves unique and a joy to work with. However, her favourite technique is Keum Boo, a Korean technique that permanently bonds 24k gold to fine silver. It is this technique that Joanne uses in her  popular Golden Collection.


Chloe Menage Pinkhot Jewellery

Funky, colourful and original; Pinkhot Jewellery is based in Hampshire, UK. Offering a range of elegant, contemporary handmade jewellery, each delightful beaded design is stitched using tiny beads and crystals.

Full of colour, texture and sparkle, Pinkhot Jewellery designs are inspired by everything from fabrics to flowers. Each piece is created with expert care using the quality materials.

All Pinkhot Jewellery is designed and made by Chloe Menage. As an experienced jewellery designer and teacher, Chloe was previously Editor of popular publication Bead & Jewellery magazine and online TV channel Bead.TV. She is a Starman Trendsetter and regularly contributes to bead and craft magazines.

Elisa Mott: Shake Your Glass


Elisa creates jewellery and home ware using the traditional skill of flame work and modern technique of glass fusing.  Working from her home studio in Portsmouth she takes her inspiration from the natural world and expresses this in glass through colours and textures.  Elisa enjoys developing new skills and experimenting with the glass so you can expect new and original designs in her exhibition.

Elisa’s unique jewellery range is distinctive colourful and quirky intended to make her customers  feel confident and individual and her  quality home ware collections will freshen up your style and bring an eye catching focus to your living spaces.