Portland Works Online Store
COVID-19 Update: We are working hard to keep up with orders but due to travel and working restrictions, there may be a delay in some deliveries. Rest assured that we are still taking and distributing your orders but thanks for your understanding and patience.
“Stainless Steel Cutlery” Book
Written by local historian Anna de Lange, this new book traces the history of Portland Works, right from its construction in the late 1870’s by cutlery maker Robert F Mosley.
“I have been intrigued by the history of Portland Works since I became involved in the campaign to save it,” said Anna. “This 95 page book is not only a result of my own research; it also tells stories from the many people who have given up their time to work or volunteer there.”
Priced at £8.95 plus £1.50 P&P anywhere in the UK.
Joe Scarborough Ltd Edition Print
Over the past three months, renowned Yorkshire artist Joe Scarborough has been busy creating a wonderful painting of Portland Works. Limited Edition prints of this work are now on sale to the general public.
This will be a limited run of just 200 prints, each personally signed by Joe Scarborough. It is printed on high quality 200gsm silk art paper and measures 50 x 70cm including a 3cm white border. The prints are unframed and secure payments are taken from debit or credit card. We aim to deliver your print within 28 days from order.
Price is just £100 each + £10 P&P to the UK
(For international orders, please order your print and then contact us with your destination country – we’ll check whether there are any additional P&P costs.)
Portland Works Mug
This special commemorative Portland Works mug features the Joe Scarborough anniversary print on one side.
It is available at just £7.00 plus £2.50 P&P to the UK.
Newly available Portland Works greeting card features a print of an original woodcut donated by local artist, Judith Webster.
Priced at £5.00 for a pack of four cards with free UK shipping.
Donate to the Portland Works Renovation
Donations are important to us. Without them we would never have been able to buy the building in the first place and now, as the hard work kicks in, they help us to renovate and manage the building as a social enterprise. Most renovation work is done by volunteers, so your cash goes a long way.