The Forge, High Street, Batheaston, Bath, Somerset, BA1 7EL
Designers and makers of fine English garden wirework. Inspired by original wirework structures from the 19th century, every piece is individually hand-made using traditional skills to create elegant and practical garden architecture. Woven wirework lattice is used to create arches, canopies, porches, trellis panels and posts, gazebos and window boxes. There's also a new range of planters and woven mesh firescreens or fire guards. All products are designed and manufactured in their workshops near Bath.
Unit 7, Hoo Farm, Monkton Rd, Minster, Thanet, Kent, CT12 4JB
Rayment Wirework are producers of high quality garden structures and furniture, hand-crafted from mild steel; from tree seats to trellis, specified gates to gazebos; from glass top tables to chandeliers (contemporary and traditional). Galvanised, antique, etched, paint or powder-coated colour finishes. Designs for interior and exterior. Rayment Wirework is the only remaining wirework specialist in the UK offering a bespoke design/product service for private and industry clients.
Unit 4, Waverton Business Park, Waverton, Chester, , CH3 7PD
Faithful replicas of a garden canopy or shelter, used from the early 1900s until the 1950s - with a folding beechwood frame for easy storage. It takes seconds to put up, giving protection on three sides and enough room for two chairs and a table - perfect for the garden or on the beach. Plus, striped canvas in deckchair widths and wider, as well as striped cushions, hammocks, aprons, tote bags, espadrilles, hats and ladies gardening gloves.