Here are a set of 12 diamond brilliant-cut glory star mirrors, made for the Carters Steam Fair hook a duck stall. They have a great effect of catching the light as the stall rotates.
I recently completed this signwritten cut-glass pub mirror for a friend, which features many processes including acid etching, brilliant cut shapes, gold leaf gilding, Signwriting and chemical mirroring. The black shading around the letters is a chemical resistant paint, which is needed to protect the gilding and blue enamel from the caustic effect of the …
Here is a cut-glass showmans wagon mirror I made as a replacement for one piece of a set of three identical mirrors. The original was unfortunately broken during the restoration of the customer’s vintage Howcoft showman’s wagon. It’s nice to recreate old designs to complement a restoration. If you’re interested in commissioning a piece, contact …
I recently completed a full set of 12 large star cut-glass fairground galloper mirrors for Mr Edward Howard’s galloping horse ride, which will catch the light to great effect as the ride rotates. A happy customer! If you’re interested in commissioning a piece, contact me here.
A recently completed cut-glass vintage wagon mirror, based on a design taken from a 1930s Proctor showman’s living wagon. If you’re interested in commissioning a piece, contact me here.
I recently completed a set of 4 brilliant-cut glory stars mirrors, replacements for broken ones on Carters Steam Fair galloping horses. If you’re interested in commissioning a piece, contact me here.
I was delighted to recently launch my glass sign making business at the Great Dorset Steam Fair, with my friends from Craftmaster Paints. Happy to hear a lot of compliments and discuss a few potential commissions, adding new ideas and brilliant cut glass soon! If you’re interested in commissioning a piece, contact me here.