Tower Forge, Rye

1 Reviews
Tower Forge
Hilder’S Cliff
TN31 7LD Rye
East Sussex, England

Opening Times

Monday10:00 AM – 4:00 AM
Friday10:30 AM – 5:00 AM
Saturday10:30 AM – 5:00 AM
Sunday11:00 AM – 5:00 AM
Closes in  17 h 46 min.
17 h 46 min

Open all Bank Holidays


Tower Forge have a large selection of wall mirrors in the shop including: Driftwood mirrors all pieces carefully dowled together for strength various shapes and sizes available. Our reclaimed mirrors use wood from demolished buildings of all ages but very rarely less than 150 years old dark and light available also picture frames in same material.

Company description
The Tower Forge Showroom is in the Cinque Port Town of Rye in East Sussex were we specialise in re-claimed wood picture frames, mirrors and ornate mirrors. Also teak root furniture, made to measure book cases and Tower Forge, Rye, East Sussex. fire surrounds.Green men, statues, plaques and roof finials.Cast iron fire inserts, fire backs, baskets, companion sets and screens, wood carvings and cast iron railway signs.


Fire Screens, Wall Plaques, Wall Mirrors, Driftwood Mirrors, Teak Root Furniture, Silvered Ornate Mirrors

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  • 132 ftThe Landgate (Opp)100, 292, 293, 312, 326, 344, 553, 70
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  • 162 ftLucknow PlaceCost: £1.00
  • 352 ftBedford StreetCost: £1.00
  • 378 ftCinque Ports Square
  • 501 ftCinque Ports StreetCost: £1.00


1 Stars

The worst and genuinely most traumatising experience of shopping I've ever had.

, more than 6 months ago

Categorically, the worst and genuinely most traumatising experience of shopping I've ever had. If you feel like being shouted at and insulted for making an offer on overpriced wares, why not visit Tower Forge Fires! 1st rule of owning an antique shop - Don't be offended when a customer makes you an offer on one of your products. Haggling is part of the fun of dealing with these items. If the offer is too low, laugh it off and make a counter-offer. . . . . What actually happened was unbelievable. The item in question was a five hook numbered coat rack on a piece of wood. Widely available for around the £20 - £30 mark, and on sale for the princely sum of £60. A polite inquiry led the gentleman at the till (whom I later found out to be the owner) to offer his "rock-bottom" price of £54 - cash. Usually in this scenario, a type of negotiation labelled "haggling" ensues, in which I make a low offer, he makes another offer and we eventually meet somewhere in the middle. Now, either the owner has never heard of this black magic, or he was so tired of people offering him realistic sale values on his wares that he snapped. I proceeded to make an offer of £30 (hoping to eventually end up around the £40 - £45 mark) to which he aggressively and discouteously refused. At first I thought that he might be joking. However, he proceeded to advance upon me and my parter whilst shouting at us that we knew nothing about the items in the shop, and how much they cost to manufacture, whipping the item out of my hands and insulting us all the way. Apparently because we're young (me and my partner are 24), we have no idea about "retail" and are "stupid" for making an offer like that. Apparently, he sells them as soon as they come in, and it was a huge insult that we'd even had the audacity to make such a pitiful offer. I currently own and manage a very sucessful global electronic distribution business, and tried to engage him in a conversation regarding margins and stated that, even though it was low, it could be a nice sale at the end of the day. However, as far as he's aware, his items are the unavailable anywhere else (even though we'd seen the item in question earlier that day in another shop at £40, and a quick Google revealed the same item available on a number of websites for £20 - £30), and he proceeded to shove us out of his shop and slam the door in our faces. Even though I'm "young", "inexperienced" and a "fool", I'm pretty sure the owner of a shop should not shout at and insult his customers no matter who they are. We left the shop shocked and confused at the reaction, and it tainted an otherwise fantastic day of antique shopping. In conclusion. Nothing that this store has to offer is unique or special, and it's all disgustingly overpriced. Oh, and if you want someone to insult you, the kick you out and slam a door in your face when shopping for a coat rack - Tower Forge Fires is the place to go! AVOID THIS PLACE LIKE THE PLAGUE.
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