The Broken Stone

The stone was actually broken before lettering was carved in order to maintain more control over the process as splitting stone in this way is often unpredictable.  It forms part of a spiritual sculpture trail in the grounds of St James’ Church, East Didsbury.

  • Material Cove sandstone
  • Client St James’ Church
  • Location East Didsbury
  • Size 1 metre long

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