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Key Holder

Hi Guys,

    Bianca wanted a key holder and this is what I came up with. 

The trunk or branch is made from rebar, the hooks reduced from 1/2″ rd. 120 more words


Blacksmithing Courses!

Hi Folks,

Apologies to all those waiting for Blacksmithing introductory courses, but we appear to be suffering from our successes! We’re currently fully booked, but I hope to be setting up dates for the new year in the next few weeks,  so if you’re on the list, we should get to you soon. 16 more words



Hit by a falling tree, this gate detail was smashed beyond recognition, and the traditionally made gate was bent out of true…..

We straightened the gate and repaired and adjusted the hinges and remade the decorative detail using the appropriate traditional techniques…. 16 more words


Latest Commissions: Weather Cock

To commemorate the life of a former Tower Captain of St Mary’s Church in Frensham, we were commissioned to refurbish the weather vane that had stopped functioning and was loosing elements and to create a cockerel to top it off. 357 more words


Latest Commissions: Gates

So, we’ve recently finished and installed a set of driveway gates for some lovely customers in Witley. They commissioned us to produce a pair of gates that would enhance the front of their property, be in keeping with the style of the house and provide automated entry for pedestrians and vehicles, but not Deer. 236 more words


To yearn for simpler things...

Day 19 and after watching a lovely little series called Mastercrafts on YouTube, I am reminded of how much I love the crafts and trades of yesteryear. 599 more words


Blacksmithing on Cape Breton

After a pretty rotten night’s sleep, we set off early on Sunday morning, foregoing a sit-down breakfast (yay!) and began our drive to Cape Breton. Being Sunday and Thanksgiving, there were hardly any cars on the road, and the drive was really pleasant and beautiful. 833 more words