An innovative rocking chair by maker designer Paul Jaques.
Fine English furniture by master craftsman Nick Downes of Criftin House Furniture.
A tall vase and a variety of pottery eggs by Pierre Brayford.
More than 1200 people visited the 2000 show last year.
A traditionally upholstered Bicton sofa by Tom Clough
Paul Jaques' glass topped coffee table was later sold by a London gallery.
An impressive English quarter cut draw leaf oak table by Jerry Bryce-Smith - later sold at Old Time, Bishop's Castle or 1,495.
A selection of Clun chairs by Old Time Chairs of Bishop's Castle
A variety of pots and vases by Pierry Brayford.
Work by blacksmiths Lucy Hickey and David Hough.
People looking at examples of work and talking to the makers - entry to the show is free.
The Three Tuns, Bishop's Castle - was the venue for the annual show. This year it is on at The Community college, Bishop's Castle, Shropshire will be open from 11.00 noon to 6.00 p.m. on Saturday, 10.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on Sunday.
A seection of work by Paul jaques - the show is open on Saturday and Sunday at the Assembly Rooms.
A visitor looking at work by H & H Blacksmiths.
A brilliantly designed stoool by Paul Jaques.