Monday, 30 January 2012


I decided to create these two table lamps. They both have great lines and I am super chuffed with them, The larger one is finished in a rusty patina and the smaller one has a brushed iron look.
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Looking forward to this event, I will be showing the first of my new range of wire eroded lamps and more, looks to be a corker.

Thursday, 26 January 2012


 Getting there, just need to get all the patinas to match
and some finishing touches.

Wednesday, 25 January 2012


I am working on these at the mo, they feature a leaf spring inspired chair back which gives them a nice flex when you lean back, I may have to stiffen them up a bit but will only find out when they are on the adjustable height bases I have planned for them. More pics to come of these and others soon.

Tuesday, 17 January 2012



One more lamp to feast your eyes on, an adjustable height lamp that is full of character, it has a slightly wonky tap and a crack on its cover but this won't stop it from illuminating a desk or table for years to come,[this chaps a little sweetie].


This must be the most delicious machine sculpted piece of scrap I have ever come across. It was made by a wire eroding machine or wire electrical discharge machine. The process involves a thin single strand of brass wire being fired constantly through a chunk of steel in a tank of dielectric fluid to very precisely remove shapes. Anyway my friend has one [nice one Philip] and thanks to Linton Engineering I may be getting most of their waste material from this process.

I decided to stitch the cable through this shape as opposed to adding cable guides to keep its stunning lines clean.

The uprights for this lamp are also created in this way and the pieces that were removed would have been machined into con rods for a vintage car engine, it features a hand ground base and the top cover or shade is from a vintage MG, although the casting is very pitted it polished up nicely.

Friday, 13 January 2012


 Have been working on this exquisite chair for just over a year on and off, I decided to finish it off and make space for the next project. Despite looks it quite comfy and would be perfect for playing Xbox or PlayStation if thats your cuppa, any more info or price please email.

Thursday, 12 January 2012


 Am sure the front of my bike is getting lower but I could not resist these cast iron lift pulleys,

 I managed to get them home from the scrap yard in two trips [not easy] and have two larger ones and three smaller ones, they will make great bases for stools or chairs.