|Crafts in West Wales|
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James Glyn - Antiques and Collectables
You will find a wide variety of antique pottery and porcelain, available for purchase on our website, mainly Clarice Cliff pottery also including Welsh antique pottery and porcelain and many others.
The Welsh Shop
The Welsh shop - the best of all things Welsh online. A celebration of Wales and it\'s people. A wide selection of quality Welsh products including welsh souvenirs, birthday gifts, wedding gifts and Christmas items. Also a variety of welsh crafts including art & prints, candles, crystal & glass, embroidery, Jewelry, leather craft, pottery, slate work, handmade soap, handmade soaps, textiles and woodwork.
Encaustic Art is a brand range of molten wax colours, heated tools, materials & information that will enable anyone to enter into an artistic act, whether or not they paint. This fascinating & versatile art activity can be a hobby, a craft, a therapy, a leisure art or a fine art - it all depends on you. And wax can be changed anytime. Suitable for all abilities in one way or another!
The Exclusive Hand-Picked Gift Service specialising in contemporary gifts for all occasions. Offering sterling silver, porcelain, ceramic and leather collections.
Rhiannon Evans has been designing and making unique and beautiful jewellery in the heart of wales for over 30 years. Based in Tregaron in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains, her business is proud of its Welsh identity and is an important part of the local community.
We set up Myddfai.com to help revive our village\'s fortunes, with all profits from website sales pumped directly back into a rejuvenation project.
Wales Craft Council
If your aim is to earn your living from making craft, gift or textile products in Wales, then WCC is here to help you. Established in 1977, WCC is an independent, non-political membership organisation. WCC members are full time professional producers working in Wales. WCC\'s income is derived from members subscriptions, profit from sales activities and funding for specific projects through the Arts Council of Wales Craft Promotion Grants.
Tim Bowen Antiques
Tim and Betsan Bowen live and work in the estuary village of Ferryside. Their location in the heart of West Wales allows them not only to live in a place they love, but also to have access to the best Welsh oak, country furniture and folk art.
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