Inside Welsh Homes Exhibition at Bedwellty House and Park

In Wales, the ‘best’ crockery is most often on display, arrayed in splendour on a dresser. The Welsh dresser shown in this kitchen at Nantclwyd House, Ruthin, has a typical set of ‘willow pattern’ plates and dishes, alongside are a variety of jugs suspended from ceiling hooks, all serving to show off the hospitality, cleanliness and family heirlooms of the household., NPRN 27555

In Wales, the ‘best’ crockery is most often on display, arrayed in splendour on a dresser. The Welsh dresser shown in this kitchen at Nantclwyd House, Ruthin, has a typical set of ‘willow pattern’ plates and dishes, alongside are a variety of jugs suspended from ceiling hooks, all serving to show off the hospitality, cleanliness and family heirlooms of the household., NPRN 27555

 

Our ‘Inside Welsh Homes’ exhibition is moving on once again, this time to Bedwellty House and Park in Tredegar.

The exhibition opened earlier this month, and will be on show until the 4th January 2012.

For details about opening times and admission, please visit: www.bedwelltyhouseandpark.co.uk, or call 01495 353370

11/22/2012

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