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The Gallery at The Guild

Sheep Street | Ground Floor, The Old Silk Mill, Chipping Campden GL55 6DS, England
+44 1386 840345
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Talented artists

This place came as a surprise, after visiting the Coffee shop on site. The very talented artists... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2017
JanWarwickshireUK
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Warwickshire UK
Worth a visit

Well worth a visit. Regularly changing exhibition of local artists, pottery, sculptors and cabinet... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
moses_karibu
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Chipping Campden, United Kingdom
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The gallery at the guild is a co-operative of 28 Cotswold artists, sculptors, ceramicists, photographers, woodturners, metalworkers, glass makers, textile artists and cabinet makers whose exhibitions of work change every six weeks. The gallery is stewarded by its members and volunteers and is open daily. The gallery is on the ground floor of The Old Silk Mill in Chipping Campden which was once the home of C R Ashbee's Guild of Handicraft. Todays it is still home to Hart's Gold and Silversmiths as well as Caroline Richardson Jewellery and Campden Coffee Company.
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Sheep Street | Ground Floor, The Old Silk Mill, Chipping Campden GL55 6DS, England
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Reviewed 25 May 2017

This place came as a surprise, after visiting the Coffee shop on site. The very talented artists displayed some amazing and diverse pieces.

1  Thank JanWarwickshireUK
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Well worth a visit. Regularly changing exhibition of local artists, pottery, sculptors and cabinet makers. Cafe opposite and certainly climbing the windy stairs to the silversmith shop run by Caroline Richardson and the Hart Silversmith workshop - a step back in time.

1  Thank moses_karibu
Gallery_at_Guild, Manager at The Gallery at The Guild, responded to this reviewResponded 12 April 2017

Thank you very much for your lovely review. We hope to welcome you back to the Old Silk Mill in the future.

Reviewed 14 March 2017

We visited in March and there was a collective exhibition of various artists work with some of the artists in attendance. Good quality and reasonable prices although we did not make a purchase on this visit it was the kind of work we appreciate.More

Thank Sharpe26
Paula L, Manager at The Gallery at The Guild, responded to this reviewResponded 15 March 2017

Thank you for your kind review. The gallery at the guild on the ground floor is a co-operative of 28 Cotswolds based artists, sculptors, cabinet makers, designers and craftspeople who take it in turn to steward the gallery. As a co-operative, we are able to...More

Reviewed 11 March 2017

One of those craft ghettos that are always so disappointing. It would have been nice to have seen the silversmiths but they weren't around on the Saturday afternoon we visited.More

Thank Clive M
Paula L, Manager at The Gallery at The Guild, responded to this reviewResponded 15 March 2017

We were sorry to read that you were disappointed in your visit. Our members include artists who have exhibited at The Royal Academy in London, a Master Woodturner who lectures widely and has worked with David Mellor in London and a number of award winners...More

Reviewed 2 March 2017

Although there are no "no dogs allowed" signs we weren't allowed in with our Jack Russell so promptly left. Please put a sign up!More

Thank InkermanBuilder
Paula L, Manager at The Gallery at The Guild, responded to this reviewResponded 15 March 2017

Do please let us know where your dogs were not allowed - dogs are certainly allowed in Campden Coffee Company on the ground floor. The gallery at the guild sometimes has to exclude our canine friends depending on the layout of the exhibition as it...More

Reviewed 13 February 2017

We met some of the silversmiths on the top floor who were chatty and very interesting . One was making a silver jug and explained how he was making it. It was beautiful and would take him 2 weeks to make. He also discussed the...More

Thank Niki C
Reviewed 4 October 2016

A gallery where a number of artists display their work for sale. The work was not to my taste but I am sure will appeal to others. Off the High Street in Sheep Street was a little hard to find but keep looking if you...More

1  Thank thewillow
Reviewed 2 October 2016

This historic building is a must see when visiting Chipping Campden particularly the Silversmith where descendants of the original smiths still work. Pop in to take a look at the smiths in action, view the latest displays in the art gallery and then enjoy a...More

Thank peter19642016
Reviewed 5 September 2016

This very old building houses the Hart Silversmiths and Campden Coffee Company but this report is bout the gallery on the ground floor. It is run by a cooperative of 27 artists of all types who take it in turns to run the gallery. A...More

1  Thank AnotherEngineer
Reviewed 3 September 2016

Wonderful still thriving silversmithing workshop, plus Arts and Crafts mover and shaker, plus Robert Welch' first workshop, a nice cafe and a gallery.

Thank Lynn B
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