• Project 1

    Project 1

    This masonry commission was to remove, and repair or replace, all 6 gable-end finials on the roof of a Georgian family home in Shropshire. We used locally quarried sandstone to match the surviving original stone features, and a cherry-picker lift to...

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  • Project 2

    Project 2

    The memorial stone to Richard Munslow, the last-known Sin-Eater, to be found in Ratlinghope Churchyard in South Shropshire was...

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  • Project 3

    Project 3

    This property became a 2-phase project. Initially, in 2004, we were sub-contracted to renovate all the internal and external stonework of this early-mid nineteenth century grade II listed watermill. The finished result was awarded...

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  • Project 4

    Project 4

    This beautiful stone inglenook fireplace is a far cry from the uninspiring brick structure in a plastered chimney breast that we began with in a local farmhouse....

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  • Project 5

    Project 5

    The final straw for this previously ivy-damaged, century-old sandstone bridge in the grounds of a local stately home came when a tree fell on it, which is when...

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  • Project 6

    Project 6

    This unique water feature and entrance-way welcomes visitors to an executive property in Shropshire, and demonstrates......

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  • Project 7

    Project 7

    Listed buildings are always a pleasure and, in many ways, a privilege to work on and Old Gwernyfed in the Wye Valley was no exception.

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