Riverside Pottery and Gallery

Located opposite Chepstow Castle, Riverside Pottery & Gallery provides the ideal showcase for local Welsh and English artists.

Riverside Gallery is the home for the works of local artist David Jones whose Wye Valley scenes are popular with locals and visiting tourists alike. In addition to watercolours and sketches David also makes a range of decorative and functional ceramics which are sort after as original gifts and practical additions to the home.

The Gallery also features work by many other local artists and makers. You will find traditional welsh lovespoons and celtic silver jewelery together with gifts and glassware from further afield.

Customers looking for fashion accessories will not be disapointed by the range of leather handbags, silk scarves, knitted hats and brooches, exquisite purses and brightly coloured bangles. There is always an extensive range of quality silver jewelery set with semi precious stones.

The Gallery also stocks a stunning range of brightly coloured vases, platters, centre pieces together with a range of smaller gift items such as decorative bottle stoppers and glass and metal mobiles.

Most of David's artwork is available as a range of unique handmade cards, which cover a wide variety of local scenes of the Wye Valley and Mommouthshires historical sites. These are complimented by the works of artist Hanna Lease whose attractive views of Mid-Wales are popular wih many visitors.

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Riverside Pottery and Gallery

Owner/Manager: David Jones

Cromwell House, 10 Bridge Street Chepstow Monmouthshire NP16 5EY United Kingdom
phone: 01291 621999 fax:

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During the summer months why not stop off and try one of our refreshing drinks ice creams and relax and take in the views of Chepstow Castle and the River Wye.

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