Pictish stag slate wall plaque, freehand carved and enamelled (15 x 16 cm). Based on the carving from a Class I Pictish stone from Grantown on Spey (now housed in the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh).
This one is now sold (and with a customer from Grantown on Spey!), but I will be making more and they are available to order.
As the last two relief carved Pictish boar wall plaques sold within minutes of posting to my Facebook page, I’ve since made two more. Available to buy direct from Hatch, Burn, Carve (message me or email email@example.com).
Digging through my archive of images, I realised that I forgot to post these. A set of trophies for the World Enduro Series 2015 which was part of the Tweedlove bike festival. I created designs based on three animals found in the Tweed Valley, namely red squirrel, osprey and salmon (designs © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson).
This one is now in California!
Freehand carved and gold enamelled Pictish beastie wall plaque.
Four new ‘Time Gazer’ wall plaques, recently delivered and on sale now at Kilmartin Museum shop.
Exclusive design for Kilmartin Museum and © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson 2016.
More of the stock items which I have been making- relief carved, gold enamelled, Pictish boar wall plaques. I’ll have these for sale at forthcoming fairs, but you can also buy these direct from me. PM me or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Between the numerous recent commissions, I’ve also been busy making new stock items for fairs and shows.
This is a Pictish stag cheeseboard, based on the design from a Class I Pictish stone at Grantown (now in the Museum of Scotland). Hand carved and finished from a reclaimed roof slate.
You can also buy these directly from Hatch, Burn, Carve. PM me or email email@example.com
Pictish coaster set commission. Each one 11 cm squared, hand cut, hand carved and hand finished.
Hand carved sign for a house at Callanish on the Isle of Lewis
If you would like a truly individual house sign, message me or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This particular Pictish ‘beastie’ is found on Rodney’s Stone, which is located close to the entrance of Brodie Castle, near Forres in Moray.
These two plaques were made for a recent commission. Freehand carved and enamelled, 30 x 20 cm.