Chingford Station Road Restoration

Square Bay, Octagonal Bay A really unusual design where the bay is square on the ground storey and octagonal on the first floor. The stone had eroded much more on the left hand side for some reason. The owners had started the process by stripping paint but with busy lives it had become too much […]

Posted in March 2019

Indents to St Luke’s Kew

St Luke’s C of E A beautiful Victorian church in Kew, the stunning entrance porch has suffered from both general wear and tear and a recent bit of poor reversing by car driver. Previous repairs to the round bases had pinged off over successive winters and those delicate vertical bow-keel mouldings had burst and disintegrated. […]

Posted in August 2018

Things to consider before you commission any stonework (Or how to tell a stonemason from the rest)

Are they a stonemason? A simple question. After all, anyone can get business cards printed or paint it on the side of their van. But a stonemason is an ancient trade or craft and while it can take only 2 years to qualify, it takes a lifetime to master. It incorporates carving, sculpture, letter-carving, rubble-walling, […]

Posted in January 2017

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