The gift shop is in the main entrance to Wheal Martyn and your first point of contact for your visit. We stock a range of souvenirs for those visiting the museum and also a large selection of individual gift ideas for those one off presents. You can drop in and look for that unusual gift without entering the Clay Works.
Wheal Martyn visitor guidebook – The perfect souvenir, containing a wealth of information about Wheal Martyn and the Cornwall’s china clay industry. Designed and printed in St. Austell using paper containing Cornish china clay
The range of gifts available vary from season to season and we also hold craft fairs and events at Wheal Martyn.
- +Cornish gift suppliers
St. Justin, St. Just – Pewter Jewellery
Baileys Pewter, Bodmin – Pewter jewellery and gifts
Pretty in Pottery, Whitmoor – handmade ceramics
Syd Mellor, Par – handmade glass ships
Jo Downs Glass, Launceston – Handmade glass giftware
Carn Pottery, penzance – ‘troika’ style pottery
Graham Blow, St. Ives – hand painted ceramic mugs and vases
Slate and Stone Craft, Delabole – Clocks and gift
Ozindas, St. Austell – Facial masks (containing Cornish china clay)
Lorna Whiles, Lostwithiel – Souvenir tea towels
Wendy Yardley, St. Austell – local artist
Stuart Thorn – Local artist
Kerris, Polkerris – Local artist
Pots U Paint, Fowey – hand painted ceramics
Apart from our Cornish supplier we also try, where possible to purchase from suppliers within the UK including Glebe Cottage cards, Country Cards, House of Puzzles, Laureston Designs and many more.
- +Delicious gift treats
Buttermilk, Wadebridge – Fudge and toffee
Furniss, Bodmin – Biscuits
Cornish Orchards – Apple Juice
Kernow Chocolate – Chocolate bars
Local interest books
Specialist clay industry titles
Cornish mining heritage
Cornish novels, including E V Thompson and Peter Webb
- +Unique gifts from Cornwall available online
Bringing together the best of Cornwall’s museums, this Shop of Treasures is designed to make finding that special item simple. Browse the selection of exclusive products from Wheal Martyn, Penlee House, Falmouth Art Gallery, National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Royal Cornwall Museum and Porthcurno Telegraph Museum. All profits from this site go directly to each of these museums, so get shopping and help support the museums and galleries of Cornwall.