♦ Watercourt Traditional Ironmongery - A range of quality, hand forged traditional door
and window furniture, curtain poles and bespoke ironmongery, all made in
♦† Antique Telephones - Abdy Antiques - collectable British bakelite telephones from the 1950's onwards
♦† www.CollectibleDetective.com - CollectibleDetective.com is the largest antique guide on the web, with over 6,000 links to old vintage antiques online. Find antique dealers, appraisers, collectors, clubs and more.
♦ Loch Fyne Whiskies - The world's most respected whisky shop. A fantastic shop run by lovely people, situated in the town of Inverary on the shores of the beautiful Loch Fyne.
♦ Baccy Bygones - Our sister website dealing in tobacco collectables and smoking memorabilia, with a selection of items from the years when smoking was still fashionable.
♦ Thistle Blower - Beautiful collectable glass paperweights and glass animals from a wide range of manufacturers.
♦ Watercourt Signs - Supplier of signs and stickers for any application including health & safety signage, factory signage, shop fascias, vehicle graphics and promotional banners. Can also supply corporate work wear, business stationery and engraved trophies and awards
♦ Dutch Jug collectors website - A massive collection of over 5000 whisky advertising jugs or pitchers, well worth a visit for any collector. Well respected, Theo has a great knowledge of advertising jugs and is extremely helpful in advising valuations. His site also has links to other collector friend's sites from around the world.
♦ www.whiskeywise.com †- For whisky lovers everywhere - a website with a passion for everything and anything related to whisky - enjoy!!!.
♦ www.whiskys.co.uk †- The
♦ www.whiskyjugs.come2me.nl - A fellow collector and jug seller in The Netherlands. Say hello to Jaap from us, if you contact him.
♦ www.BreweryGems.com - This is a US based website offering 'brewery gems' for sale. It has a gallery of all types of brewery collectables and memorabilia from various US breweries. From mugs and steins, to beer bottles, beer trays and pump clips, this site has something to offer all breweriana collectors.
♦ www.mpeterson.co.uk - Have a look at Mike Peterson's website, it is a
great source of information and links on all things associated with breweriana. Mike collects, buys
and sells breweriana from the
♦ Brewery History Society - Covers Brewery History, publishing a Journal and a Newsletter. The Journal tends to contain histories of breweries and changes within the industry while the Newsletter is an informal forum for details of new breweries, brews and general news, and for members to exchange information and queries.
♦ Association for
British Brewery Collectables - Founded
in 1983, the organisation updated its aims in 2003 in line with its members' expanding
interests. It represents the interests of breweriana
collectors in the
CAMRA, the Campaign for
Real Ale - A must for anyone
who appreciates beer. CAMRA has been described as the most successful
consumer movement in