Restoration and Replication

  • Royal Academy of Arts – Piccadilly

    carvings Our 2018 main project was completed in time for the grand opening of Burlington House at the Royal Academy of Arts on Piccadilly, London. We carried out onsite visits with our partners at Atelierarts , taking castings and moulding's to reverse engineer the original door and archway carvings. Then we mass produced 100's of meters by CNC cutting.

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    Chelsea Flower Show Sculptures 2016

    Five Meningitis Sufferers were recently scanned in London to create life-size 3d models for reproductions by CNC. The sculptures cut from Cedar wood are to be displayed at the Chelsea Flower Show 2016 to raise awareness and to encourage sponsorship and income for the Meningitis trust.

    The scans were divided into multiple layers, 3d cut by CNC then bonded together as a full size assembly. The hair, facial features and other small detail were hand crafted to highlight and make the sculptures life like.

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    Marble Replica Friezes From Iraq

    Marble Replica Friezes From Iraq

  • Front view of CNC Reproduction for Poole Museum and The Heritage Lottery Fund. A Heritage Reproduction from the Swash Channel Wreck Poole Harbour of a Dutch Maritime Figure Head by woodrouting.co.uk

    Maritime Rudder Head

    Baroque CNC Reproduction for Poole Museum and The Heritage Lottery Fund.

  • Carvings supplied for restoration and new projects inside churches and cathedrals.

    Tracery Carvings

    Carvings supplied for restoration and new projects inside churches and cathedrals.

  • Wooden CNC Carving for Fire Surround

    Furniture Carving for Fire Surround

    Designed for Furniture such as fire surrounds and drawers, these are complex and detailed carving in a mainly floral design.

  • Carvings supplied for restoration and new projects inside churches and cathedrals. Detailed and ornate 16th century carving are designed for us to reproduce primarily out of oak and mahiogany.

    Detailed Door Panel Feature

    Door panels often have fancy floral carving and beading leaf patterns around the edges to enhance and draw attention to the period of design.