The John Parker Gallery is in the heart of beautiful historic Corsham. Come along and browse our unique range of quality antiques and uncommon gifts.
You will find fine limited edition prints after such well-known artists as Eric Ravilious, Cyril Power, James Lynch and others, many signed and many of the artists are local, an array of goods from locally-made vegan luxury soaps, candles and diffusers, the shop’s own extensive range of greetings cards to beautiful and unusual notebooks and the shop’s latest acquisition, rugs and cushions made from recycled plastic bottles.
Possibly the most recycled things in the shop are the wonderful antiques in stock, and constantly changing, some over 200 years old.
Take an eclectic, inspired collector & antique dealer with huge amounts of knowledge & a fascination for the beautiful, artistic, modern, eco-friendly & locally-crafted, put him in a shop on the high street of the beautiful market town of Corsham and you have the John Parker Gallery and Shop.— welcome to Wiltshire
We have luxury notebooks and sketchbooks available, with cover that feature artists including Van Gogh, Gustav Klimt and William Morris, among many others.
The John Parker Gallery are also the go-to person for advice on the restoration of most antiques. If there is a particular antique or vintage item you require, then just let John know and he will happily help. John has sourced many pieces for many delighted customers.
“We look forward to seeing you soon and we hope you enjoy your visit to our gallery in the heart of Corsham, Wiltshire— john parker
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Corsham was historically a centre for agriculture and later, the wool industry, and remains a focus for quarrying Bath Stone. It contains several notable historic buildings, such as the stately home of Corsham Court. During the Second World War and the Cold War, it became a major administrative and manufacturing centre for the Ministry of Defence, with numerous establishments both above ground and in the old quarry tunnels.