It’s always an honour to be asked to make a memorial for a loved one, and this was no exception. After searching and swimming in the seas around our country for a number of months, I eventually found this beautiful stone in the North Sea, off the coast of East Lothian (24 x 27 x 8 cm, 11 Kg).
Freehand carved, as always, in the Scottish Borders, and placed by the customer at Samye Ling.
Red star stone (15 x 16 cm). Freehand carved from a natural Cornish sea stone.
Placed on a friends memorial cairn.
A heart-shaped memorial (26 x 21 cm). Hand shaped, carved and polished.
Memorial plaque for a cat named ‘Otto’ (design © HatchBurnCarve).
Freehand carved from a reclaimed roof slate (approximately 40 x 25 cm) and enamelled with copper monument enamel.
Cat memorial (40 x 25 cm). Design ©HatchBurnCarve.
Hand carved from a reclaimed roof slate and enamelled with copper memorial/monument enamel.
Freehand engraved brass memorial plaque for an ashes casket.
I made this memorial stone for my Mum and Grandparents.
Hand carved and gold enamelled from a reclaimed hearth stone.
I was commissioned to make a wall plaque as a lasting memorial to a special hound called Colin. Hand carved and enamelled from a reclaimed Cornish roof slate. Design © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson