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This gallery is a must-do for visitors to the region as it has a great selection of gifts and art that is available for purchase at VERY reasonable prices.
The owners, Robin & Mark are really lovely people to deal with and they make everyone...More
We were taken to Daylesford for lunch as part of a sightseeing trip. What a beautiful little country town. The number of vehicles and people moving around is testament to its popularity as a tourist must see. Situated about 100km from Melbourne in very scenic...More
Dropped into this gallery during a visit to Daylesford. Found it very interesting in it's eclectic range of art and sculptures (of which we bought 2). Staff were friendly and up for a chat if you want.
On a recent visit to Daylesford we visited the Clayfire Gallery to buy some gifts. We were impressed with the range which includes sculptures and blown glass (but with much more). The range was, in my view, very reasonably priced. The owner couldn't have been...More
My wife and I went in to "browse" through this gallery. There is a wide range of not only hand make products but also commercial products. It has very fine woodwork as tables and side table or under window tables. The proprietor is very talkable/likeable...More
I could have bought quite a few pieces from this gallery which is quite reasonably priced and has a diverse range of artwork. The glass pieces in particular are stunning with beautiful colours but having said that we ended up buying a sandy coloured sculpture....More
I love this gallery / furniture shop. It's window setting is always stunning. If I could take 3/4 home with me I would be a happy little Vegemite.
They do deliver to the major cities in Australia and world wide, so I do think it...More
The gallery is amazing, such a wide variety of art and pottery on display.
We are not art enthusiasts but found ourselves drawn into the colours of the paintings on display.
We could have literally spent so much money on what we liked but had...More