This design (© HatchBurnCarve) was based on a tolting Icelandic horse with added Pictish/Celtic spirals.
Hand carved from a reclaimed roof slate (30 x 25 cm), enamelled with professional copper monument/memorial enamel, and finally hand polished.
I based this design (©HatchBurnCarve) on a photograph of Josef that was supplied by the customer who commissioned this piece.
Carved from a hand cut reclaimed roof slate (30 x 25 cm), the design was freehand carved, the slate hand polished and then the design was carefully enamelled with professional gold monument enamel.
This stable sign was based on the Pictish horse design from the Class I Symbol Stone in Inverurie (but with added ‘spots’ as Blackjack has these).
This was carved into a reclaimed roof slate and hand-enamelled.
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I was asked to create matching stable signs for two Icelandic Horses- ‘Ess’ and ‘Lyfting’.
I drew the horse head, adding some classic Pictish spirals and carved these into two reclaimed roof slates (design © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson). These were then hand-enamelled.
Here’s one of my original drawings (note that these are my own design and therefore subject to copyright);
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