Ruth Slade is one of the fearless leaders behind Flourish Handmade. We met officially for the first time during our visit to that very market. Ruth spent the entire day graciously introducing all the stall-holders, after organising the promotion with Think Tasmania. She does have her own small business to run as well; we thought it might be nice (and fair!) to introduce RES Designs to Think Tasmania readers.
Ruth Slade is RES Designs
As the principal artist at RES Designs, Ruth provides gifts for every occasion and every person. She takes pride in her record for excellent customer service, having received ongoing support and positive feedback from customers.
Personally designed and hand-painted glassware and ceramics form the base of the range at RES Designs. Items can be personalised for romantic occasions including weddings, engagements, anniversaries and Valentine’s Day.
Presents and Gifts; Souvenirs and Mementos
For those that seemingly have “everything” when their birthday or Christmas comes around, there’s always a named footy mug or a wine glass. Custom orders are more than welcome. Everything can be personalised to suit the individual and the occasion. All items are dishwasher safe.
The RES Designs business is based in Hobart, but Ruth is willing and able to post items world-wide. A courier will deliver carefully-wrapped orders, and insurance is included in the postage price. Local pick up is also available, and customers can arrange a time to browse the range in person, only 15 minutes north of Hobart.
If you’re a fan of her work, you’ll be pleased to know Ruth has offered a prize for Think Tasmania readers from RES Designs. The details will be published next Monday, all things going to plan! We don’t want to give the game away, but the prize may (or may not!) involve Santa.
For more information and Tasmanian market schedules, follow RES Designs on Facebook, contact Ruth Slade by email or phone 0417 552 477. Customers can purchase online at
RES Designs or discuss options via Facebook messaging. All product photos shown by Ruth Slade of RES Designs.
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