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Woodcock family crest in lime
Carved in Lime.
Joint family coat of arms
Front door carving at Dumfries House
Thistle design carved into the solid oak door for the new Doocot at Dumfries Hosue
Midway through carving the door
Thistle carving into oak beams
Hops carving in oak beam
Bird plaque No.1
Carved in Lime for the interior of the Doocot.
Bird plaque No.2
Anne of Cleves badge in oak
Oak coat of arms
Carved in oak and stained with a medium beeswax.
Carved and gilded boat Transom
A music and drama memorial clock
Some wheatsheaf carvings together with some lettering into some oak prior to being made into a settle.
Intelligence Corps cap badge
A close up of the Intelligence Corps cap badge on a pair or oak bookends.
Oak bookends with cap badges
Showing the bookends with the Royal Gurkha Rifles cap badge on the other side.
Mahogany stool carving
A set of eight carved motifs on the legs of a mahogany stool prior to be upholstered.
A simple hand carved relief design carved into elm and waxed with clear beeswax.
A pair of Tudor roses carved in oak which will be used either as decorative ends ot the skirting board either side of a fireplace. See my client's comments here
Oak Fleur-de-lis for fireplace
A set of two oak fleur-de-lis designs to go either side of a fireplace directly underneath the solid oak mantel. These were eventually stained to match in with the existing oak.
A decorative top to a barge rudder
I have been asked to replicate a decorative top to a rudder belonging to an old barge which features carved decoration of a 'horn of plenty' which traditionally shows food and flowers emerging from them. On one side there is a plant with berries and the reverse shows a similar plant but with acorns. Carved in oak, the brief is to replicate the design but with some small additions/changes and to then complete with painting in similar colours to the original.
At it's new home
The carving installed on the top of the rudder. To see what my client had to say about his new carving click here