We have now created a relaxing showroom for you to visit Ti2 Titanium in Wiltshire. Take a tour around the workshop. Learn how titanium jewellery is made and coloured and have the opportunity to ask questions you have about titanium.
Experience how we work and handcraft your jewellery, take your time to look through our collections and discuss with us what would suit you and your lifestyle best. If you would like rings in gold, platinum or palladium we can also discuss our Contour Wedding Rings. By appointment only to see us on Monday to Fridays please contact us.
We are situated on Frome Road, Bradford-on-Avon, opposite the Lock Inn and next to TT Cycles. We are trading as Prism Jewellery Design Ltd with brands Ti2 Titanium and Contour Wedding Rings.
Whilst You’re Here
Plan to make a day trip to visit us, there is plenty to do in Bradford-on-Avon. Traced back to the Roman origins there are lots of buildings dating from the 17th century which grew due to the thriving woollen textile industry and the influence of Flemish merchants. Further afield you can also visit Bath, Bristol and Salisbury.
Things to do:
Hire a bike and cycle down the Kennet and Avon Canal Tow Path with TT Cycles. Alternatively take a nice long walk instead. For the full Bradford-on-Avon experience, hire a canal boat for the day with Sally Narrow Boats.
Visit Tithe Barn. See the spectacular 14th century monastic stone barn, 51 metres long, with an amazing timber cruck roof.
Historic Town Bridge and Lock-up. Built early in the 14th century to replace the broad ford that gives the town its name. As far back as 1400 there have been records of Bradford-on-Avon. Two arches of that bridge remain. Most of it today dates from an 18th century rebuild and doubling in width.
St Laurence Saxon Church was founded by Saint Aldhelm in 700. Architectural style suggests a 10th or 11th-century date. St Laurence stands on rising ground close to the larger Norman parish church of the Holy Trinity. The church was rediscovered in 1856 and was restored in 1870–80 and 1952.
Chapel of St Mary Tory The chapel of St Mary Tory is magnificently placed on a site overlooking the town. Also referred to as a hermitage and a pilgrim chapel it is on the pilgrim route between Glastonbury and Malmesbury.
Bradford-on-Avon Museum is a small volunteer-run museum of the natural and historic heritage of the town of Bradford on Avon and also includes the villages around it.
Places to shop:
Just next to Tithe Barn is a collection of Resident Artists, Craft Workers and Restorers in a range of Arts, Crafts and Antiques Tithe Barn Workshops. There is even a small tea room to enjoy the tranquil gardens. Take a walk towards the town centre where you will find plenty of independent shops along The Shambles, Silver Street and Market Street.
Places to eat:
There are 23 places to eat in Bradford-on-Avon. B-o-A has a large number of pubs throughout the centre so if you like a pub meal, cafe lunch or to sit in a restaurant there is plenty of choice. These are just a few of our favourite places to eat around Bradford-on-Avon:
Bunch of Grapes
The Bridge Tea Rooms
Thai Barn Restaurant
Places to stay:
Organise a little holiday and take a look at the list of Hotels, Cottages and lodges.
Come and visit Ti2 Titanium, we are looking forward to seeing you