This stainless steel fish weathervane was both stainless steel and 3D.
Stainless steel 3D fish on its NSEW assembly.
This contemporary weathervane was experimentally hot forged using stainless steel.
Detail showing hot forged stainless steel.
Stainless weathervane + colourful shirt
Colour can be effective in certain applications, - in this case a logo destined for a shoe shop in Gibraltar.
Red and green Cherry Tree logo in framed sign.
Installing a second red and white sign to match the original we made a few years back.
Signs for The London Medal Company.
Red Post Box, Girl, Dog and Chickens Sign for 'The Old Post Office'.
This Chelsea Pensioner at the flower show recognised his mates in our sign.
A little touch of colour in this Fred Basset weathervane sets it off nicely.
The Tate Art Callery Christmas tree designed by artist Gary Hume and decorated with our hand painted blackbirds.
Close ups of the Tate Gallery Blackbirds Christmas tree.
Installing a rocking horse weathervane in a nice red cherry picker.
Appling 22 Ct gold leaf lettering to a sign for Addiscombe.
Applying 22 Ct gold leaf to an Invicta horse.
Nice shot of us welding the Invicta horse beforehand.
Close up of large 3D geese weathervane showing extra stainless steel geese 'outriggers'.
Very large 3D Skein Of Geese with extra stainless steel birds.
Our heavy, hot forged Orchard scene gate commences with the plan chalked on a bench.
With the gate design drawn out we begin bending and positioning the pre hot forged beaten branches.
Orchard trees gate - welding branches.
Orchard gate, - a moment's contemplation to see where we're going.
Hot out the forge apple for our Orchard Tree gate.
Rod and George posing after a few long sessions on the Orchard gate which is taking shape.
Rod and George + Freshly painted Orchard Gate.
Orchard Gate detail - Owls and Moon
Orchard Gate detail - Fox and Apples.
Orchard Gate detail - Badger and Mouse.
Another tree, - Our forged orange tree sphere being welded.
Being cleaned up after welding.
Detail of the forgework within the sphere.
The completed hollow spherical forged tree to match our Orangery Gate.
This single gate with a stylised 3D circular panel was designed for an old orangery with a beautiful wall.
Close up of our orangery gate.
Our personalisable, side entrance tree gate, - in this instance with the customer's pigs beneath.
Our tree gate, in this example with the customer's children and dog beneath.
Close up of children and their dog.
This lady wanted herself seated in the tree within the gate and holding a baby dragon.
Close up of her and her baby dragon.
A well spider's web well cover with spider frog and leaves.
Detail of the large, solid spider on the well cover web.
Detail of the frog facing the spider across the well cover.
A solid hot forged plough detail inset into some railings.
Self explanatory wall plaque with cut letters directing to farm entrance.
And it had to follow on, - the drunken wife in wheelbarrow weathervane!
Moonie weathervane to annoy the neighbours! - Don't look Ethel.
Girl on windy day with umbrella weathervane.
Another famous girl with umbrella, - Mary Poppins weathervane.
Another rarely seen flying famous person weathervane.
And a more ground based angel, - Of The North.
This was a real watering can on a weathervane we made for a landscape gardener.
A spade and trees on a weathervane for another landscape gardener.
A sphere has been used as the centre for this unique, contemporary weathervane designed for an astrologist.
Another weird fish weathervane.
Window, curtains and chaise lounge sign from customer's business card.
Children + apple tree + Cider Pigs framed sign for a cider orchard.
Customer's grandson catching crabs, 4ft. width ornate weathervane.
Rod concentrating while cutting a ploughman sign, - check out that tongue.