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Eva Wilkin Galleria at Gingerland

Botanical Garden of Nevis | Montpelier Estate, Nevis
+1 869-469-2673
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Over priced...and from the Far East.

Not a shop for the tourist. Very expensive, and all items fromthe Far East and nothing is locally... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2015
Patricia T
Unexpected Gem

Upon our arrival, the woman working there named Carol greeted us like old friends and happily... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2015
Janice J
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Dame Eva Wilkin is generally known as the 'First Lady" of Nevisian art, lived and painted in this restored former cotton mill estate. She was once visited by Prince Charles and was awarded an OBE for her contribution to West Indies art. The site now houses a gallery stocked with prints of her works as well as other local artists; gifts, jewelry, handicrafts and furnishings and decor accessories and more.
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26 Nov 2015
“Over priced...and from the Far East.”
4 May 2015
“Unexpected Gem”
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Botanical Garden of Nevis | Montpelier Estate, Nevis
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Reviewed 27 November 2015

Not a shop for the tourist. Very expensive, and all items fromthe Far East and nothing is locally made. Don't bother.

Thank Patricia T
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Reviewed 5 May 2015

Upon our arrival, the woman working there named Carol greeted us like old friends and happily toured us physically and verbally around the property. I was impressed with Carol's warmth and knowledge of the Galleria and thrilled with the selection of furniture. With Carol's guidance,...More

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Reviewed 17 March 2014

This place is advertised as an art gallery. In reality, there is little art. Most of the items there are overpriced furniture and antiques. They were nice, but not what I was looking for….

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Reviewed 13 February 2014

We drove here and the gallery took some effort to find. The lady working there was lovely but it really was just a shop to purchase things and not very practical if you are flying. An old windmill is the studio/house next door which is...More

Thank FionaLondon
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Reviewed 24 September 2013

This gallery is named for a local artist who used the old sugar mill as her painting studio. There are some pieces of her artwork here, but most artwork could be seen in Nisbet Plantation Inn. If you are looking for high quality souvenirs, this...More

Thank Ellen P
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Reviewed 9 August 2013

Given the history of the gallery, it was nice to see quality items being sold. Worth a look for Far Eastern art

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Reviewed 26 March 2013

By chance we went down the road to the gallery which was an old sugar mill and is now the centre point of a thriving business in home furniture and trinkets of all kinds along with plenty of paintings by the local artists and others,...More

Thank John N
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Reviewed 21 March 2013

The setting and architecture of this gallery add to it's beauty and interest. It has a wide range of well designed quality items, not the usual tourist stuff. There are Asian influenced pieces for the home, jewelry, lovely scarves, furniture and of course reproductions of...More

Thank Jay C
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Reviewed 9 March 2013

Nevis is full of hidden gems and this newly opened Galleria is just the latest It has moved from what used to be part of the Botanical Gardens into a purpose built building next to s Sigar Mill on top of a hill magnificent views...More

Thank Alan C
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Reviewed 1 February 2013

I loved this unique and beautiful shop in the gorgeous grounds of the converted sugar mill where Eva Wilkin painted. From artwork to stacking baskets and carved teak furniture, local hot sauce and regional books for adults and children, locals and tourists will love 'milling'...More

Thank Bonnie S
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