The café and gift shop of Cashmere at Lochleven, Lochleven Mills, Kinross
Drawings and paintings by local artists on display in Perth
Browse for unusual gifts in Perth's unique shops
Uncover that perfect gift or special treat in one of Perthshire's excellent gift shops
Visit a variety of arts and craft shops in Perthshire, where you can discover everything from handcrafted ceramics and jewellery to beautiful paintings of the glorious surrounding countryside. Pick up presents for friends and family from a gallery or treat yourself in one of the gift shops.
There are plenty of places spread throughout the city of Perth and the region’s towns and villages where you can browse a fine selection of locally produced arts and crafts.
In Perth you’ll find plenty of unique, independent shops and galleries which showcase the work of local artists and craftmakers. There are also a number of jewellers the most famous and historic of which is Cairncross of Perth which specialises in Scottish river pearls.
Appearing more like a castle than a store, the House of Bruar boasts its own art gallery which displays the work of more than 60 artists. Find everything from evocative watercolours and oil paintings depicting the region’s captivating countryside to delicately engraved glassworks and stunning creations by Scotland’s leading wildlife artists.
Pick up a beautiful hand-carved piece of furniture, browse a fantastic selection of ceramic homewares in a pottery overlooking Loch Tay in the village of Fearnan, and discover Celtic-inspired jewellery and giftware made from made from natural heather stems at Heathergems, one of the region’s other one-of-kind jewellers.
These are just some of the distinctive arts and crafts that can be found in Perthshire. Take a look at the listings below to learn more about arts and craft shopping in the region.
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