Another four of my ‘Uru-Anna’ plaques (design © HatchBurnCarve) that I sent to Kilmartin Museum Shop (number XI to XIV in an open-ended series).
This cup and ring design is based on the Orion constellation and influenced by the rock art found in Kilmartin Glen. I make these regularly to keep up with demand (these four sold within a matter of weeks) and some are occasionally available to buy from my Etsy shop (or you can order direct- please use the contact form, or email email@example.com).
A heart-shaped memorial (26 x 21 cm). Hand shaped, carved and polished.
Pictish boar stones. Hand carved from natural Tweed Valley stones. On sale at Kilmartin Museum shop and available to order direct (please use the contact form, or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
A natural slate house sign. Carved and enamelled from a large (and old) piece of Cornish slate (90 x 50 x 6 cm).
This sign required some careful enamelling as we wanted to retain the years of lichen growth on the surface (so no over-painting of the letters).
These are hand carved and enamelled from Leithen Water stones (my local river that flows into the Tweed). Design ©HatchBurnCarve.
All of these have been sold, but I will be making more to be listed in my Etsy shop. You can also order these direct from me (and I can make to your specifications- pendant length, enamel colour, etc)- just use the contact form on my page, or email email@example.com.
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.
Cup and ring mark pendants. Hand carved and crafted from Leithen Water stones, with gold and copper enamel.
On sale at Kilmartin Museum Shop. I’ve made some more of these which are now available to buy in my Etsy shop.
‘Time Gazer’ carved slate wall plaques (24 x 16 cm, © HatchBurnCarve).
An exclusive design for Kilmartin Museum Shop, and on sale there now.
A recently made batch of stone stack pendants- now on sale at Kilmartin Museum Shop.
Hand cored and crafted from natural Leithen Water stones (a tributary of the River Tweed).
A commission for two slate tiles (each 15 cm squared) to be placed on either side of a fireplace.
The Pictish stag is based on the carving from Grantown-On-Spey, Highland. The Pictish horse design is based on the carving from Inverurie, Aberdeenshire.