Designs inspired by the Scottish seaside
We started Fife Beachcombers out of our love of spending time on our local beaches
in the East Neuk of Scotland.
We love using our beachcombing finds to create items that can be cherished again.
Each design carries its own piece of history.
How long has it been in the sea? Where did it originate? Who previously used or owned the finds?
There are over 500 shipwrecks in the Firth of Forth
which makes our beachcombing finds even more interesting.
We also use our time on Scotland’s beaches to collect plastic and rubbish to help do our part in keeping our beaches beautiful and local wildlife safe.
ALL ABOUT US
Beachcombing in Scotland
Welcome to our page. Our names are Steve and Shelley Dewar and we started Fife Beachcombers in 2018. We absolutely love beachcombing and our local beaches do not disappoint!
Fife Beachcombers is based in Pittenweem, Scotland. Pittenweem is a beautiful fishing village in Fife.
We are always surprised by the beautiful colours of seaglass and interesting patterns on sea pottery that we find in Scotland. We enjoy creating designs that are each truly unique.
If you have a sentimental piece of seaglass or sea pottery already, we would love to create something for you! Get in touch and we can give you some suggestions.