Bryan's Ringwood Cellars built in c1914 is a particularly intact corner shop, generally in its original use. It is historically regionally significant to Melbourne as a surviving representative embodiment of Edwardian retail practice, particularly in the retail liquor industry, and the way of life in Edwardian Ringwood. It is architecturally significant as a rare and relatively intact rural Edwardian corner shop. The tile sign is representative of ceramic craftsmanship and of this use of ceramic tiles. It is socially significant as known and valued as a landmark used by the community for orientation and part of the sense of identity of the place.