A retirement present for an environmentalist teacher, Hawarden. Carved from lime on mahogany, this is an interpretation of a quote from King George V1, "The wildlife of today is not ours to dispose of as we please. We have it in trust and must account for it to those who come after".
This was the result of our client saying "make me a croc". The 12ft. piece of bog oak was delivered on a fork lift truck. The eyes are made from turned cherry with slits of bog oak.
This walnut lovespoon was made to celebrate the client's 50th birthday.
Based on a 15 ft bronze sculpture by Arthur Dooley in St Nicholas Church Liverpool, this was a reverend's leaving present and carved from walnut on sycamore.

Sign for door of summer house ( converted hen house ). English oak oil finish.
From this 8ft. long piece of windblown oak from Ruthin, a local school commissioned this piece for the senior class (aged 10 and 11) before they moved on to secondary school. Individual carvings were added to the 'wall' by the children.
Swinging crib made from cherry and walnut with the tree of life carved on the outside where each new baby will have its initials carved on a leaf.