A TOAST Festive Market

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Join us as we bring together independent makers in a celebration of creativity and craftsmanship this festive season.

In the weeks leading up to Christmas, we will host a festive market at Coal Drops Yard, London.

Every Thursday through Sunday between 16 November and 17 December, a collection of unique handcrafted gifts will be available, alongside TOAST gifting and festive decorations. There will be a changing programme of makers and events each weekend.

Browse pieces by jewellery designers Corrie Williamson and Sally Lacock, ceramic artists Bert Jones and Grace McCarthy and leather workers Kate Sheridan and Francli Craftwear.

Join us on Thu 23 and Thu 30 November at 7:30pm for choir performances from Hackney Harmony. A diverse and vibrant choir from east London, the group will perform uplifting music with a focus on unity and connection.

On Sat 2 December, join us for a series of workshops creative at hub Kiosk N1C, including beeswax candle centrepiece making with Wax Atelier, homemade winter recipes with Hackney Herbal and jewellery crafting with Studio Rua.

View all our Events & Workshops

Thu 16 November - Sun 17 December
Thu, 12pm - 9pm
Fri, 12pm - 7pm
Sat - Sun, 11am - 6pm

Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross, London N1C 4LW


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Discover the independent makers taking part each weekend

Thu 30 November - Sun 3 December

ALBA, jewellery (Sun 3 only)
Made from recycled metals and inspired by the Suffolk landscape.

ALS London, accessories (Thu 30 & Fri 1 only)
Contemporary leather bags & accessories crafted in south-east London.

Corrie Williamson, jewellery & mobiles
Contemporary, sculptural mobiles and jewellery made from recycled materials.

Deborah-Máire Moon, outdoor (Sat 2 only)
Working with seasonal U.K. grown flowers and grasses inspired by history and folklore.

Hattie Eavis, lighting (Thu 30 only)
Hand-turned wooden lamp bases, made with reclaimed wood and hand painted lampshades made in Sussex.

Hiroko Aono-Billson, drawings & ceramics (Sat 2 & Sun 3 only)
Objects inspired by her mother's collection of functional Japanese ceramics and the Mingei movement.

Kate Semple, ceramics (Fri 1 only)
Decorative ceramic and paper vessels from York-based artist Kate Semple.

Kate Sheridan, accessories
Leather accessories from vegetable-tanned calfskin leather with brass hardware.

Lindey Tydeman, jewellery (Sun 3 only)
Contemporary fine jewellery, crafted from recycled sterling silver with a hand-brushed finish.

Lucy Rutter, ceramics
Hand-thrown functional pieces for the home, glazed in a soft palette inspired by the Kent Marshes.

MoonKo, outdoor (Sat 2nd only)
Working with seasonal U.K. grown flowers and grasses inspired by history and folklore.

Megan Fatharly, illustration ( Fri 1 only)
Illustrated cards, prints and tin hanging decorations crafted in Cornwall.


Rebekah Johnston, textiles
One-off quilted textiles exploring themes of emotional wellbeing.

Studio Rua, jewellery
Modern wax-cast jewellery inspired by folk traditions.

Wax Atelier, homewares
Handmade wax products including candles using natural and sustainable materials.

Thu 7 - Sun 10 December

Andrea Roman, ceramics
Creating functional pieces that are characterised by their straight lines and raw forms.

The Backward Vendor, accessories
Hand-crafted utilitarian leather homeware and accessories.

Burnt Crust Pottery, ceramics
Functional wheel-thrown pottery inspired by a career in baking, handmade in Sheffield.

Frida Kim, ceramics
Dried flower wreaths and handmade pottery.

Grace McCarthy & Lily Pearmain, ceramics
Hand-thrown contemporary ceramics for everyday use.

Megan Fatharly, illustration (Thu 7 only)
Illustrated cards, prints and tin hanging decorations crafted in Cornwall.

Pip Hartle, ceramics
Functional stoneware ceramics influenced by textile patterns.

Polly Fuller Abbott, textiles
Textile works such as wall hangings and placemats using natural yarns and dyes.

Sally Lacock, jewellery
Considers botanical growth and renewal to create delicate jewellery using recycled sterling silver.

Thu 14 - Sun 17 December

Ali Hewson, ceramics
Handmade vessels and tableware with contemporary slipware decoration.

Balm Wellness, bathroom
Regenerative and organic products to support wellness from within.

Emma Aitchison, jewellery (Thu 14 & Fri 15 only)
Sustainable jewellery taking inspiration from the natural world.

Ewan Craig, woodwork (Fri 15 & Sat 16 only)
Hand-carved sculptural and functional wooden bowls and utensils for everyday use.

Jack Wheeler, woodwork
Hand-crafted wooden objects from locally-grown trees using traditional tools and techniques.

Jess Adams, ceramics (Sun 17 only)
Hand-thrown, wood fired vessels and tableware.

Laura Woodhouse, textiles (Sun 17 only)
Hand-woven textiles from natural fibres including scarves and accessories.

Philipa Thomas, illustration (Thu 14 & Fri 15 only)
Prints with a focus on landscapes and nature.

Rya Nicholson, ceramics
Wheel thrown, stoneware ceramics handmade in Norwich.

Tash Fry, ceramics
Organic, hand-sculpted and earth-centred ceramic tableware.