Welsh Dressers

SWANSEA VALLEY POT BOARD DRESSER

THE WELSH DRESSER The term ‘dresser’ originates from the side- table used for the preparation and ‘dressing’ of food in Mediaeval Halls. It first made its appearance in the 17th century, at first consisting of only a flat wooden board or table, occasionally with separate shelves fixed to a . . . → Read More: Welsh Dressers

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Please contact us for details of units available. We invite applications from dealers to join us at one of the largest Antiques Centres in Wales...
  • At the Heart of Wales
  • A long established customer base
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Jon Storey & Steve Watts
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Ewenny Pottery

For some 600 years there have been potteries in and around the village of Ewenny, near Bridgend, South Wales. They came into existence because of the ready availability of raw materials: red clay for the pots, suitable ores for glazes, and wood and coal to fire the kilns. Perhaps the two most famous to . . . → Read More: Ewenny & Claypits Pottery

About Renting

Please contact us for details of units available. We invite applications from dealers to join us at one of the largest Antiques Centres in Wales...
  • At the Heart of Wales
  • A long established customer base
  • Dealer accessible web content
  • Knowledgeable, professional sales staff to to help sell your stock
For more information, please contact:
Jon Storey & Steve Watts
01558 823964
workant@clara.co.uk