Wartski restore Bangor Mace




Wartski are delighted to assist Bangor City Council with the restoration of its processional Mace.  Not only were its first known premises established in Bangor,  but this very Mace would have been used when Isidore Wartski, the son of the firm’s founder Morris Wartski, served as mayor of Bangor from 1939 to 1941.

Wartski is proud of its Welsh heritage and its late Chairman Nicholas Snowman was awarded an Honorary Fellowship from Bangor University in 2015.  Our sign in St. James’s Street, London, is inscribed ‘Wartski of Llandudno’, commemorating the fact that the business moved there in 1910. Welsh slate forms a significant part of the interior of our London premises, and the firm still banks in Llandudno.