Glyn-Coch Studios Logo. A Norfolk Horn Ewe over text Glyn-Coch Studios

Glyn-Coch Studios

Bone China and Wool

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The China and Wool People

Entrance to Glyn-Coch Farmyard

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We wish to provide you with Bone China, Ceramic or Wool products to use, educate, or simply give pleasure.

About Us
Glyn-Coch Studios is based on a beautiful family run farm in Carmarthenshire in West Wales. We are best known for Bone China decoration, and round knitting looms. Our address is included in the footer of each page of the website, and you can find other contact information using the links on the left.

Our Products
Download a .pdf catalogue here

We welcome enquiries for both wholesale and retail sales

♦ Bone China hand decorated with traditional Designs by Jean Evans
♦ Bone China with Celtic Knott and whimsical designs by Thelma Jones
♦ Also with designs by Gayle Rogers, Louise Scott, Wendy Wright ........
♦ Bone china with potographs of rare sheep, vintage tractors etc
♦ Bone China Decorating Service - we decorate to your specification to commemorate Weddings and other important events or to promote business or charities.
♦ Ceramic Jewellery and Buttons, either plain,sculpted or decorated with above designs.
♦ Round Peg Knitting Looms, Combi Knitting Looms, Scarf Knitting Looms and rake looms.
♦ Miscellaneous wool products or wool working tools

On this website you can see over 130 products. But these are only tasters for the world of products that we can introduce you too. Just e-mail or phone us with your questions about any of the products, or similar products that you would like to know about.

Note that our Craft Centre (Campsite, tea room, shop, pottery and museums) all closed in 2012. Although we no longer cater for visitors we do still sell china and knitting looms.


Glyn-Coch Studios family run craft business, decorating bone china, making ceramic products and knitting looms


Pwll Trap, St Clears, Carmarthenshire UK.


Drive west on M4 and keep on going on A48/A40 almost to the Pembrokeshire border.

Our Logo

Glyn-Coch Studios Logo. A Norfolk Horn Ewe over text Glyn-Coch Studios

Is based on one of our rare Norfolk Horn sheep, the breed used to invent Worsted cloth in Norfolk in about 1300AD. The weavers responsible later started the Welsh weaving industry, and were among the founders of "Little England beyond Wales" in S Pembrokeshire. The flock on Glyn-Coch Farm is the only registered Norfolk Horn flock in Wales.