Rams Head Table.
This is the table I am working on at the moment, the glass is going to be cut to a template. It is 730mm tall x 1500mm long x 1000mm wide. The client wanted the traditional rams heads in the design and I let the rest follow from there.
This Juliet Balcony I have been working on is bespoke designed & made for a couple in Watersfield. They requested Arts & crafts and Art Deco elements within the balcony. The tear drop shapes have been split out of 12mm square and bent into shape. There is a plate welded to the back, which will hold coloured glass, this will go with the copper that fits within the empty squares. The rest of the balcony is traditionally joined using mortise and tenon joints and punched square holes, which swell out.
Decorative cover. Could also be a design for a Juiliet balcony, fire guard or railings.
This is made of 20mm x 8mm mild steel bar and is forged, split and bent to give it a decorative character.
Hand Rails made for a client at Amberley, West Sussex.
Curved areas are all forged and consist of a technique called a transition twist.
These signs were made for a shop in Arundel, West Sussex. They both carry the same theme of cheverons curving around the middle.