Judy Scott Exhibition June 2014

JUDY SCOTT RETROSPECTIVE, June 2014
A few prints, paintings and sculptures by Judy Scott are still available to buy. Contact Luke Scott via his website page or through the Bluejacket Workshop contact page.

  Jazz rats and nudes by Judy Scott
driftwood and oak bookcase

Detail of Nick Hamond’s shipwrecked elm bookcase with oak shelves as featured in EDP Norfolk Magazine, May 2014

  shop front April 2014Bluejacket's flag outside the shop

Welcome to Bluejacket Workshop

- independent specialists in original design and antiques

Bluejacket Workshop is an independent shop for a collective of Norfolk craftsmen, artists and antique dealers. Part of a larger practical workshop where carpenters Ned and Nick Hamond create modern and classic furniture, Bluejacket Workshop features furniture in traditional and reclaimed woods, vintage and modern textile art, cushions and soft furnishings, children’s knitwear, pottery, shell work, paintings, lamps, jewellery and toys, as well as a collection of antique furniture, pictures, books and retro lighting. We also invite guest artists to sell their work. Please feel free to contact the shop if would like further information or to discuss a commission with any of our makers. All are happy to consider any personalised, unusual or challenging projects.

Spring & Summer Opening Times

Open every weekend and bank holiday 10am-5pm

Events 2014

Sat 29 March: 4th Birthday party and Spring Launch with cake 10-5

Fri 18, Sat 19, Sun 20 & Mon 21 April: Open all Easter Weekend

Sat 31 May & Sun 1 June: Judy Scott Exhibition and Retrospective with selective works for sale (part of NN Open Studios)

Sat 20 & Sun 21 September: Textile Fair

Sat 6 & Sun 7 December: Christmas Fair with free entry, mulled wine and festive refreshments

Bluejacket Workshop in North Norfolk is one artisan stop worth a special mention. If any excuse is needed to visit and enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery and wildlife we think you’ll find this a good one.

Judith Schrut, American in Britain Magazine, Click here for longer article pp.20-24, Spring 2014

A truly unique collaboration of craft and excellence, in a secluded and tranquil atmosphere away from the beaten track, the workshop and shop were an inspiration. It stands out from the local crowd of manufactured lifestyle outlets. The combination of masterfully crafted homeware and hand selected antique gems is well worth a visit to the North Norfolk Coast.

Henry Haines, Life of Howl blogspot. Click here August 2013

I love this shop. It’s a showroom for a collective of local artists, but nothing like as bad as that sounds. It’s full of beautiful handmade or restored rugs, furniture, knitwear, ceramics, jewellery and toys. There’s a workshop proper adjoining it, so you can look through and wish you could create something lovely, too. When I grow up, I’m going to buy everything there.

Lucy Mangan, Top of the Shops, The Guardian. Click here 8 December 2012

Bluejacket workshop and gallery…Housed in a wooden building which is divided in two, one half is the workshop making handmade furniture and the other is the gallery. Although quite small it is choc-o-bloc with interesting items such as textiles, millinery, jewellery, paintings, antiques and by today’s standards an unusual range of hand knitted children’s ganseys, hose and berets all guaranteed tickle proof. Their website is comprehensive and well photographed should you want to take a look.

Old Town, Holt. Click here and scroll down to December 2012

Daniel Loose finds something a little bit special on the edge of the marsh at Morston. Go and have a look and let Ned, Roberta and Nick tell you about this gorgeous little place…you may even get a piece of homemade cake and a cup of tea!

North Norfolk Living, Autumn 2012

Bluejacket is the sort of place you go in for a nose around, and come out with an empty bank account. Among the locally made artistry there’s wonderful woodwork by Nick Hamond and tantalizing textiles by Saffron Paffron. An empty handed escape isn’t an option.

Blogs: North Norfolk’s Hidden Corners, www.wanderlust.co.uk,  July 2012