Business for sale Lancashire

Business for sale Lancashire
Pendelfin was born in 1953, in the shadow of the Pendle “Witch” hill close to Burnley in Lancashires, in the north of England. It began a bit more than a hobby for Jean Walmsley Heap (J.W.H.) and Jeannie Todd, working from a wooden hut in Jeannie’s back garden. But this hobby soon became an obsession and a flourishing line of work as the Pendelfin family expanded more and more.

The Pendle Witch
The initial PenDelfin piece was formed on the Pendle Witch and assumed the pattern of a shaped wall plaque. This was followed by The Fairy Shop, a big 3-dimensional wall plaque settled on an original painting by J.W.H.

Witches remained to be a famous theme, with more witch-settled patterns being acquired, comprising the Cauldron Witch, the Pixie House and on a totally different theme, the famous little Thrifty, patterned at the demand of J.W.H.’s irregular employers, the Burnley financial institution.

The Rabbit Revolution
In 1956, a small family of rabbits was patterned for the initial time. This was considered to be a significant Business for sale Lancashire point for PenDelfin as the initial batch of rabbits passed out virtually right away. Repeat orders began to pour in, and attention began to concentrate virtually just on making PenDelfin’s trademark rabbit patterns, all with a cautiously considered character and history!
A Business for sale Lancashire band of musically tended rabbits, rabbit bookends, uncles, aunts and for sure the main Father and Mother rabbits all came, in addition to many other lively young characters and various big and lovingly formed stands to offer a backdrop to the PenDelfin village, as it became.

PenDelfin Business for sale Lancashire develops – A bigger factory for an international market

PenDelfin Business for sale Lancashire proceeded to develop, and while it bore its trials and tribulations, by the 1970s was a considerably founded company in Burnley, taking a big part of a past mill construction and dispatching members of the PenDelfin family to enthusiastic accumulators all across the world.

In 1992 the PenDelfin Business for sale Lancashire accumulators Club was set up, with “Family Circle” pieces made every year just for club members – some of which have become rather in demand nowadays.
The End?
PenDelfin was passed out to a collectibles company in 2005, and in 2006 the Burnley factory closed down, for production was outsourced overseas. Either, because of this or despite it, the older Pendelfin pieces are becoming ever more insufficient and collectible, with rarities such as Aunt Agatha and the Rabbit bookends requiring big costs as accumulators wanted the former pieces to fill in their collections.