A stable sign for Hugo the horse (30 x 25 cm). Hand carved from a reclaimed roof slate.
Design © Hatch, Burn, Carve.
A recent commission. Set of four matching placemats and coasters.
Each one free-hand carved and finished for a super smooth surface.
These are made from reclaimed Scottish slate which has a lovely deep blue colour. Just collected these a few weeks ago from a dismantled shed/garage.
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Once a broken marble fireplace…but after the Hatch, Burn, Carve treatment, now a marble chopping/pastry board!
Hand cut with an angle grinder (boy, that was fun!).
I have two of these for sale, each one approx 35 x 24 cm.
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Both now SOLD! I’m on the look out for more broken marble though….let me know if you have any and I can buy it from you (and/or make a board in return).
A recent house name commission- this was carved into a piece of reclaimed snooker table base.
The customer wanted a Charles Rennie Mackintosh design- with a classic CRM rose (of course!).
Here it is in the process of being hand-enamelled in the studio;
I can courier these UK wide for approximately £11 (depending on your location). PM me here, or email email@example.com
If you would like a unique hand carved and enamelled house sign, then contact me for prices for design and carving. I can courier these items UK wide for approximately £11 (depending on your location). Message me for details, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
My own custom design (bees © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson), hand-carved into a section of reclaimed slate fireplace and hand enamelled.
This is the starting material and my original design;
The customer and myself were really pleased with the final piece! Here’s the slate after carving and before enamelling;
If you would like a unique house-sign made (not one of those boring run-of-the-mill machine cut and made mass produced items), then please PM me here or email email@example.com. I can courier UK wide for approximately £11 (depending on your location).
This was my entry to a recent competition run by the Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre in Peebles- the theme was simply ‘fish’. It won first prize.
Taking the three fish from the town crest and motto of Peebles where the competition and exhibition was held, I decided to re-interpret the classic Pictish salmon of knowledge adding movement and flow to the designs. Each fish was hand carved onto a piece of reclaimed Scottish purple variegated slate (these came from a local roof which was approximately 200 years old). I made the frame using a combination of East Lothian driftwood and reclaimed sarking (roofing) boards.