Five things to brighten up Novem­ber By

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a Camilla Thomas wo­ven cush­ion in­spired by the coast, from £80 (camil­lath­omas­tex­tiles.com.myshopify.com)

HAND­MADE IN BRI­TAIN 17: THE CON­TEM­PO­RARY CRAFT & DE­SIGN FAIR

Novem­ber 10-12, 11am to 6pm, Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, SW3 (hand­madeinbri­tain.co.uk/chelsea). En­quiry line: 020 3490 6556. Tick­ets: call 0871 220 0260; adult one­day ticket £10, con­ces­sions £8. Un­der-14s go free. IN A lovely Vic­to­rian hall, this is the go-to gift em­po­rium. Meet up to 100 Bri­tish de­signer-mak­ers, happy to ex­plain their art or craft, to sell on the spot or take spe­cial orders. Browse tex­tiles, jew­ellery, ceram­ics, fur­ni­ture and more, from Camilla Thomas’s soft wo­ven fab­rics, to Emily-Kriste Wil­cox’s land­scape-in­spired ceramic ves­sels, and Jen­nie Jack­son’s printed leather purses. Find also lovely things for your home, in­clud­ing lamps and small fur­ni­ture items.

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