Ty Zinc is a Welsh textile experience. Copying the local vernacular for tin buildings erected for roadmen and railway workers, this 1930s' style Mill shop is packed with 100s of blankets & Art Deco details. bakelite fittings & stained glass. Free parking & copious coffee, an abridged version of the Welsh woollen Industry and a glimpse at Jane Beck's own private Museum collection.
Jane has a personal collection of treasured nineteenth Century and early Twentieth Century Welsh blankets, shawls and quilts from all over Wales. She is a member of The Welsh Mills Society and in her spare time she documents the remaining Mill buildings and patterns to preserve this information for the future.
A warm welcome awaits at Ty Zinc Tin shed shop & with a little army of clever out workers Ty Zinc can accommodate some very bespoke projects. Guaranteed not to be ...run of the mill!
With an eye on the past and a foot in the future, Jane Beck is preserving archive designs & promoting contemporary ones. Whether you are adding a little Welsh accent to your home or embarking on an entire interior design project, planning an exhibition or magazine feature or require authentic period props for TV & Film, customers are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy in the hay field or enjoy a cuppa in the garden with views down the valley.
Cushions & curtains & blinds can be made to order & upholstery projects in Welsh cloth are also undertaken.