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.
Made for a horse called ‘Rio’, this stable sign was hand crafted from a reclaimed roof slate (cut to 30 x 25 cm). I based this design (©HatchBurnCarve) on the Pictish horse carving from the Class I Pictish symbol stone in Inverurie, taking into account the slenderness of Rio.
Hand carved from a reclaimed roof slate (which I cut to size, 30 x 25 cm). I based the design (©HatchBurnCarve) on a photograph of Hanns that was provided by the customer.
After carving, this sign was hand polished to 1200 grade and carefully hand enamelled with professional gold monument enamel.
A stable sign for Hugo the horse (30 x 25 cm). Hand carved from a reclaimed roof slate.
Design © Hatch, Burn, Carve.
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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