Smallwares Limited is one of the world's leading manufacturers
of coat hangers. We are proud to maintain our excellent
tradition of high quality production from our factory
in Castlebellingham, Ireland and global production facilities
in Bangladesh, China, Egypt, India and Turkey.
manufactured coat hangers for almost 40 years and its
large and well established customer base includes leading
high street stores, boutiques, charity shops, gift shops
offer a comprehensive range of hangers including plastic,
flocked, wire and wooden for childrenswear, jackets,
menswear, ladieswear, lingerie and swimwear. So whether
it's tops, jackets, underwear or even socks
that you need to display, we will have a hanger to suit
RANGE OF HANGERS
offer a comprehensive range of hangers including
plastic, flocked, wire and wooden for childrenswear,
jackets, menswear, ladieswear, lingerie and swimwear.
So whether it's tops, jackets, underwear or even
socks that you need to display, we will have a hanger
to suit your requirements.
are the only Irish hanger manufacturing company
that exports its own products across the world
and can work with customers to deliver to any
Jevens joined the Smallwares Button Factory in
County Louth, Castlebellingham, Ireland in the
early 1960 as General Manager before becoming
Managing Director for many years. He built the
factory up with the help of his wife Phyllis R.I.P.
and his family from the old Brewery building to
what it is today.
learned from the expert William her father, Ann
Jevens is now Managing Director of the family
business in Castlebellingham, County Louth and
welcomes present and new customers to get in touch
with her personally should they require any assistance.
from Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of Ireland,
1837. "CASTLE-BELLINGHAM, a post-town, in
the parish of GERNONSTOWN, barony of ARDEE, county
of LOUTH, and province of LEINSTER, 6 miles (S.
S. E.) from Dundalk, and 34 (N. by W.) from Dublin
; containing 115 houses and 611 inhabitants. This
town, which is situated on the river Glyde, and
on the mail coach road from Dublin to Belfast,
takes its name from a castle belonging to the
Bellingham family, which was burnt by the forces
of Jas. II. in their retreat before the army of
King William, previously to the battle of the
the 1830's in the old Barony of Ardee snuggled
in the townland of Castlebellingham in County
Louth, Lewis describes "an extensive brewery",
in which the celebrated Castle-Bellingham ale
is made, and a large malt-house, both belonging
to J. Woolsey, Esq., giving employment to about
70 persons. See our factory in this old advertisement.
It has been well preserved and looks almost the
same today but with modern technology and comforts
added. Contact us to visit us at this beautiful
in Castlebellingham in the late thirties, Smallwares
was the first such factory in Ireland. From the
1960's William Jevens built up the business and
today it is a family run company Smallwares Limited.