Fisherton Mill Wilton Gallery and Studios
Telephone: 01722 743121
Fisherton Mill, Salisbury’s unique gallery shop, has teamed up with Wilton Shopping Village to revitalise the classic courtyard that lies at the heart of the village.
The second Fisherton Mill in Wilton is now open, appropriately enough in the historic seventeenth century building that was the original grain mill but that has more recently been the home of the Wilton museum – you could say it’s a case of the mill going full circle!
Selling the iconic mix of handmade ceramics, arts & crafts, jewellery, cards and gifts as well as original paintings, for which Fisherton Mill has become so well known in Salisbury, much of the range in Wilton will be completely different. Prices range from a few pounds upwards.
To the rear of the beautiful building housing the Gallery shop you will find five studio workshops to explore.
J.A.M.S. Ironwork modify and restore salvaged vintage items to create unique custom lighting and furniture. They do not use reprodution parts, all items are genuine vintage, antique or hand crafted. Find out more at: www.jamsironwork.co.uk
The Turnery – Viv Broughton Wood Turner
Creating beautiful unique bowls, pots, vases and goblets embellished with pewter using exotic wood from all around the world. Click here to visit Viv’s website: www.vivbroughton.co.uk
Displaying her paintings, small handmade items, collagraphs and ceramic pieces.
Teresa will be running courses in her studio & details will be available shortly. Find out more here: www.teresarogers.wordpress.com
Then relax with a bite
And from mid February you will be able to enjoy a scrumptiously different something to eat in the brand new Fisherton Mill Wilton Café, opening shortly adjacent to the Gallery shop. Be it a tempting mid morning pick-me-up, a healthy or indulgent lunch, perhaps a generously filled sandwich or just afternoon tea (with or without scones) as you would expect the menu will be highly original and the food homemade.