A selection of projects recreated and
replicated from historical reference
GEORGE III MEDAL
A coin, once given to native Americans by George III. This scaled-up version was made as part of renovation work at the Science Museum, London and is on permanent display. (Plaster or Paris)
OVAL MIRROR FRAME
One of a pair of mirrors constructed using replicated elements from another piece of,
18th century, furniture. (Jesmonite Plaster)
A pair of chrome plated serpent hand rails for the Daily Express building
in Fleet Street, London. (Bronze, Chrome)
Enlargement approx six times of a commemorative medal, commissioned for
a celebration display at
St Pauls Cathedral, London. (Plaster of Paris)
AGED ARMORIAL PLAQUE
Panel made in Jesonite plaster and aged to look antique.
A project to make lengths of staircase balustrading replicating a wood carved original. With specialist paint finish. (Jesmonite Plaster)
Guilt putti adorning Rococco bed tester.
A column for a fine marble figurene group, copy of
an original in marble (Jesmonite Plaster)
From originals carved in stone, wood, plaster or clay, we produce a diverse range of sculptures, embellishments and ornament for new-builds and renovations alike. Modern materials and production methods can bring accurate reproductions and recreations of your design within realistic budgets. We also use specialist paint finishes to make the finished item almost indistinguishable from the original.
Of course, we generally work to tightly prescribed briefs, but we are equally at home working with the vaguest notions; visually articulating your thoughts through your preferred medium.
Recreated versions of antique works include: a coin scaled up on permanent display in the Science Museum, London and a bust reduced in scale for the Bank of England building. Replications have also included pieces, such as, one acquired by the Victoria & Albert museum (a facsimile of an eighteenth century marble bust) and kept by the owner for posterity.
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