Stoneware bottles and bowls. Next batch 2018.

 I also make small wallhung cabinets, racks, clocks, boxes and carved items crafted from reclaimed wood.  Some of these are available via Cheltenham Market, 252 Bath Road , GL53 7NB. Their website is http://www.cheltenhammarket.co.uk

The cream coloured Hallway Shelf is one of several Hall and Kitchen shelves and racks in various sizes and colours. With  iron hooks for  coats,  cups, keys, tea towels.

Vintage style crates in various sizes

Very large, very heavy  oak doorstops and bookends. Available from August 2017. Photo here soon.

Also display racks for collections of stones etc. And small wooden stools.  Plus small shelves and ledges.  More examples will appear here soon.

Coat-hook rails are individually crafted from reclaimed wood, much of it salvaged from damaged antique furniture or from old houses. Some are sanded and waxed, some are painted with vintage Farrow & Ball colours, others are painted in Annie Sloan coloursand waxed to produce a vintage effect.. The hooks are all cast iron,  19th century and early 20th century  designs, secured with conventional slotted screws (not modern cross-head screws). Plugs and large slotted screws are available for fixing to wall.


ALSO -  (January 2017 onwards)  ... a range of photographic greetings cards featuring trees and buildings in North Herefordshire

mostly photographed by me, some by my wife Pat.   EDIT: These are now available and are displayed at local events.

AND - Xmas 2017 -  I am getting a woodturning lathe for my imminent 70th birthday. So expect a few  bottles and bowls from me!

LINKS

www.thelarkascending.co.uk  - wire sculptures and paintings by Rachael Thorogood (Gloucestershire, UK)

www.nickiheenan.com  - landscape paintings by Nicki Heenan (UK)

www.tobbemalm.com   -  metal sculptures by Tobbe Malm (Norway)

www.patriciashone.co.uk - ceramics by Patricia Shone (Ardvasar, Scotland, UK)

www.mitchiburg.com  -  ceramics by Mitch Iburg (Virginia, USA)

www.kirstyelson.co.uk   -  wonderfully imaginative driftwood sculptures by Kirsty Elson (Cornwall, UK)


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