Based in North Essex, i make beautifully handcrafted pieces for weddings, gardens and homes out of British hardwoods.
WORLD WAR I TRAIL
From July 21st 2018 until November 11th 2018 you can see three pieces of my work around the town at Bury St Edmunds, all reflecting and commemorating the centenary of the end of World War I. Visit www.ourburystedmunds.com/ww1trail for more information.
From Saturday 25th August - Monday 27th August 2018 i'll be at this show with other local artists and makers. See the image of the poster on the gallery for more information.
I can make a variety of pieces for your special day.
The large oak book drop box has a lockable door at the rear to keep cards and monetary gifts safe. The pages can have any text you want e.g. favourite song lyrics, poem, funny quotes etc.
Smaller table top drop boxes can be made to your requirements including wording.
Wedding Heart Frames allow guests to leave personal messages for you to hang on a wall as a happy reminder of your day. The size depends on how many hearts you require.
Keepsake books contain a single pull out drawer, which can be partitioned, to hold all those special memories. They can be made in any size and are ideal for a birth, Christening or even to remember a loved one too.
If you have your own idea, i would love to bring it to life.
I have made many bird tables in various designs including Tudor houses, church lych gates, Oriental buildings and water towers. Using British hardwoods, slate, brick and other materials, your house or favourite building can be turned into a wonderful feature for your garden.
Bird boxes can be made in freestanding designs such as a lighthouse, fork & trowel, camera & tripod and bull rushes or to fix to a wall or sturdy fence such as an acorn, pistons, padlocks etc.
If you are looking for an unusual and unique gift for a special birthday, anniversary, retirement or just for yourself, then maybe i can help and i'd love to hear from you.
You can see more of my work and behind the scenes stuff too, by adding me on Facebook. Click here to connect!