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Worcestershire rocking horse restoration

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Worcestershire UK wooden rocking horses and Worcestershire rocking horse restoration by Worcestershire rocking horses restorer.

We provide Worcestershire rocking horse restoration of contemporary and antique rocking horses. If you need a Hereford and Worcester rocking horse restorer or Malvern rocking horse repairs, we can assist. Worcestershire rocking horse makers restore wooden rocking horses and those made of fibreglass and composite materials. Herefordshire and surrounding areas are some of the areas for Worcestershire rocking horse renovation in or near Kidderminster. We serve Hereford, Leominster, Ross-on-Wye, Kington and Bromyard, for example. Classic wooden toys were traditionally made by hand for Bromsgrove, Malvern and south Birmingham children. You will often have found antique rocking horses for sale in Malvern. A carved Victorian-style wooden toy is restored using traditional methods in Worcester or for Tenbury Wells. You will find rocking horses for sale for delivery in Worcestershire and antique-lovers may require Worcestershire antique rocking horse refurbishment. Lovers of carving and fine traditional craftsmanship in the West Midlands or Hereford may have bought antique-style horses just as much as those in Redditch.

If you live in Worcestershire and own a fur fabric Pegasus rocking horse by Pegasus Rocking Horses of Crewe, we can often arrange restoration by our specialist restorer for soft-bodied rocking horses in Worcs.

Worcestershire fur fabric Pegasus Rocking Horses of Crewe can be restored as can Haddon and Haddon Rockers fibreglass rocking horses as well as Lines, Ayres, Ian Armstrong, Collinson and as Lines, Ayres, Ian Armstrong, Collinson, Horseplay, Relko, Margaret Spencer and John Marriott rocking horses in Worcs.

The Worcestershire Rocking Horse Company was a rocking horse maker that was based in Bromsgrove. Although Worcestershire Rocking Horse Company rocking horses are no longer made and the maker has retired, we are able to offer a full restoration, renovation and refurbishment service for a Worcestershire Rocking Horse Company rocking horse.

Worcestershire rocking horses include Bromsgrove, Stourport-on-Severn, Redditch, Droitwich, Evesham, Kidderminster, Pershore, Catshill, Bewdley, Malvern rocking horses.

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A buyer for older children in Worcester or the west of the county may have a dapple grey or dappled grey for repair, but you may find mahogany wood horses for Bromsgrove, Birmingham and The Black Country. You will have been pleased to buy the right Victorian Ayres or Lines horse as a Christmas present from the Worcester rocking horse shop. Those living in or near Bromsgrove, Stourport-on-Severn and Kidderminster certainly value wooden crafts with history and the south Midlands is often the home for an antiqued dapple grey or dappled grey. A traditional bow rocker has been restored in the past from an antique shop in Malvern and those on a safety stand originated in Worcestershire towns such as Droitwich and Worcester. The Evesham craft buyer may choose carved oak, although Broadway and Kidderminster dapple greys were a feature. This was the gift of a lifetime, but the gift of more than a lifetime!

Old, traditional toys were made in Worcestershire rocking horse workshops in the past, and restoration services are provided today in our rocking horse workshop. Please note that we are unfortunately able to supply accessories such as bridles, saddles, stirrup straps, manes and tails.

Worcestershire is a county in the West Midlands of England. It merged with the neighbouring county of Herefordshire to form Hereford and Worcester. This was then divided in 1998, re-establishing Worcestershire as a county. The Malvern Hills forms the east to west border between the two counties, with the exception of West Malvern in Worcestershire. The county borders Herefordshire to the west, Shropshire to the north west, the West Midlands to the north east, Warwickshire to the east and Gloucestershire to the south.

The cathedral city of Worcester is the largest settlement in the county. Other major areas for restoration include Bromsgrove, Stourport-on-Severn, Droitwich, Evesham, Kidderminster, Malvern, and the largest town, Redditch, and a number of smaller towns such as Pershore, Tenbury Wells and Upton upon Severn are amongst those where repairs to rocking horses may be needed. The north-east of the county includes part of the industrial West Midlands conurbation. The rest of the county is largely rural, and farm buildings may have been used to store a rocking horse between generations.