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KSIA Specialist

Keswick School of Industrial Arts (KSIA) played an important role in the Arts & Crafts movement and... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2018
Howi58
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Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Nice interesting shop

Found this shop and well worth a visit A good range of interesting items to suit all tastes We... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2017
Kevincat99
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Richmond, United Kingdom
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29 May 2018
“KSIA Specialist”
27 May 2017
“Nice interesting shop”
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Specialists in the arts and crafts especially the work of the Keswick School of Industrial Arts (KSIA)and W H Mawson’s Keswick Home Industries (KHI).The largest commercial stock available with a specialist website with information on the history of...more
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14 St. Johns Street, Keswick CA12 5AS, England
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+44 17687 80300
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Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

Keswick School of Industrial Arts (KSIA) played an important role in the Arts & Crafts movement and taught metalworking skills in the town for 100 years. This dealer has probably the finest selection of the school’s products that you will see anywhere and he is...More

Thank Howi58
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Found this shop and well worth a visit A good range of interesting items to suit all tastes We bought a good vintage Margaret Tarrant print as we collect them and old large examples are difficult to find

Thank Kevincat99
Reviewed 26 March 2017

From April 1894 until 1984' Keswick School of Industrial Arts was a centre for training local craftsmen, producing high quality articles in copper, brass, silver, and stainless steel. Many of these items, stamped 'K.S.I.A' make their way to and from Price Walker Antiques. It took...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2016

Had the pleasure of visiting northern parts of The Lakes these last 4 years and no visit seems complete until we have dropped in to see Brian at 'Price Walker Collectibles' in Keswick. Two things come across, firstly his passion for the things he finds...More

Thank Paul F
Reviewed 26 March 2016

Selection of beautiful, quality ceramics and metalware. Realistic prices considering the quality and condition of the pieces.The major difficulty was choosing what I wanted to purchase. Staff were very patient with a dithering customer and ready with any advice and information about their wares.I will...More

Thank Ellie M
Reviewed 18 September 2015

Their display and selections are visually stunning. Very good quality and variety of ceramic, porcelain and metal household items. Knowledgable and friendly staff. Purchased a Danish vase.

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David C
7 July 2018|
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Response from Brian P | Property representative |
Hi there... Yes we are open form 11am until 3pm on sundays although I’m usually in brewing coffee just after 10am.
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