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After researching Saxon querns from the North East of England I carved this replica of a 7th Century quern for a reenactment group.
Quern stones, both saddle and rotary designed for use by tutors and puplis/visitors alike. With ergonomic design features to make it easier for first time users
This is a replica of a Roman 'travelling' quern used by soldiers and their retenue when on manoeuvres. It is taken from fragmentory examples found in the UK.
A technical copy of the famous vegan sausage roll available one almost every high street.
A large granite quern for research into Roman ceramic production.
New tabernacle, font and lecture for a modern church.
This 48cm diameter quern is made copying the details from an original found during an archeological dig.
These grinding 'machines' were developed in the iron age to superseded saddle quern stones and revolutionised the processing of grain and the making of bread.
A scaled sandstone model of a planned new office building.
Creating 'fossilised' contemporary objects for a magazine article.
My recreations of Mesolithic grain grinding 'saddle' querns are made having handled and studies examples in museums.
I was commissioned to carve consumer items in stone for the launch of the video game 'Farcry Primal'.
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