The Guild at 51 Shop Front

The new destination for contemporary craft in Cheltenham

The Guild at 51

The Guild at 51 is the shop and gallery space for members of the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen to sell their work and showcase new pieces direct to the public. The Guild’s award-winning and internationally renowned makers offer a changing selection of jewellery, ceramics, textiles, furniture, leatherwork, glass, basketry and more, available to buy and commission. A selection of books, magazines, greetings card and gift vouchers are also available.

The Guild at 51  is adjacent to and an integral part of The Wilson, Cheltenham’s Art Gallery and Museum. Visitors can admire the stunning work in the museum’s Arts and Crafts Movement gallery featuring designer-makers such as CR Ashbee, Ernest Gimson, Michael Cardew, Phyllis Barron and then see and buy contemporary work in the same tradition in
The Guild at 51.

Due to construction work it has temporarily re-located.

We are of course taking diligent measures to maximise the safety of our customers and staff.

The shop has undergone a rigorous clean, and we will be continually maintaining the cleanliness of all surfaces and contact points

We will be accepting card payments only

Hand sanitiser will be available for customers’ use

We will continue to review and update this information

We have moved!

The Guild at 51 at

Chapel Arts
Knapp Road
Cheltenham GL50 3QQ

Telephone: 01242 245215


Opening hours:

Wednesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm

Guild at 51 at Chapel Arts

Gift Cards Available!

Purchase a gift card today.

Gift Cards come in £5, £10, £20, £30, £40, £50 and £100 denominations with the option to also manually add an amount.

Gift Cards can be used for online purchases and at the Guild at 51 shop in Cheltenham.

30 June – 9 August 2020

The Jewel Garden

As we head into Summer, the Guild at 51 will celebrate this with our reopening exhibition, The Jewel Garden. This mixed discipline exhibition of work will feature

garden sculpture, glass vessels, ceramics, enamelled bowls, sumptuous cushions, scarves and jewellery. Taking inspiration from the forms of plants such as tulips, alliums, rudbeckia, dahlias and a rich colour palette including emerald green, rich sapphire blue, amethyst, gold and ruby.

More information here.

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