Hand carved sign for a house at Callanish on the Isle of Lewis
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Hand carved from reclaimed Cornish slate.
Saluki style ears and a gentle smile! Internal design based loosely on Early Celtic spiral patterns. © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson
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Each design is unique.
GPZ 1100 engine casing Pictish and Celtic engraving. Built into a 1980’s Cycle Haven chopper.
It makes a change working with softer stone and soapstone is a delight to carve!
This was a commission piece- hand carved and hand polished from a block of American soapstone.
If you would like me to make a soapstone pendant for you (or serpentine, or any other sea-stone!), message me or email email@example.com
These seahorses are found on the Class II Pictish Cross Slab known as ‘Aberlemno No. 2’
Hand carved from (an approximately 300 year old) Cornish roof slate. Then hand enamelled in two colours.
This piece was recently sold from Canongate Jerseys and Crafts, but I can make these to order- message me or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A selection of hand carved Pictish and Celtic incense holders.
These were created for Kilmartin House Museum shop (but I am making these all the time should you wish me to create one for you).
The Crescent and V-rod was made from natural Windermere slate, whilst the Serpent and Z-rod and Celtic knot were made from natural Cornish sea stones.