Author Archives: Rob
Stover School main entrance gates. Steel construction with hand forged elements. Galvanised with epoxy paint finish. 27′ span x 10′ tall at centre.
Steel faced bunker style door with operation wheel
Forged steel, galvanised with acid wash finish
Forged steel with pine top, black patina with matt lacquer finish
Stainless steel with nylon rollers custom built dual door sliding rail
Dimensions: 300mm x 150mm x 10mm
600mm x 150mm
Forged titanium Japanese style chef’s knives with snakewood handle. Superior thin lightweight blade. Ultra sharp. 170mm blade.
Pizza Cutter: Snake wood handle on forged stainless steel with titanium blade with wenge wood base Pizza Cutter: Ebony wood handle on forged stainless steel with titanium blade with wenge wood base
Galvanised, acid washed and oil finish.
Galvanised steel with acid treatment and graphite polish finish. Stands on reclaimed oak plinth.
Matching gates for south and east entrance of Devon manor house. Galvanised and Painted Steel. East gate South gate
Forged and galvanised steel pelicans mounted on reclaimed oak plinth
Steel body with original enamel signs from electricity pylons
Riveted steel constructed bucket with elm handle
Pattern welded chainsaw bar and unknown tool steel with spring steel cutting edge
Angels commission built together with Ruairi, a visually impaired student
EN42J, 15N20 pattern weld with spring steel cutting edge. Ebony handle with silver rivets.
Mild steel and 15N20 pattern welded buckle. Leatherwork by Johan @ Viking Saddlers.
Old grocer’s weight with stainless steel tube and wire shade
Fabricated steel spine with oak treads
Traditionally built period boundary divide
Original 1840 door lock that was broken internally and had no keys. Lock was rebuilt inside and new keys forged to fit.
Part of water lily sculpture
Stainless steel and walnut stand with bronze ship compass refitted with clock mechanism
Galvanised steel frames with iroko board infill. 2 x 5m panels fully automated. Made in collaboration with Alex Pole Ironworks