Hand worked New York marble top on a vintage brass base. Absolutely stunning top with a deep red slash, almost a bit gothic. Made by @masonrymaverick *SOLD*
The boys moving slabs around.
My steel blue boots are now a year old, this pic was when they were brand new, and they are as tough as nails and so comfy.
Handles carved into a pastry board. Recon stone.
The Wiki. Company mascot. :-)
Navarre designing and making a coffee table. I've named this one stormy seas, the marble has markings just like a stormy sea. Stunning
Zombie hands ;-) there really is nothing like working with marble.
Tawera with a marble table top just finished. Beautiful top, just like the sand as a wave washes back.
It's a fine line.
It's rare we use these tools but occasionally we get a job that requires them. Some back to basics fun.
This marble cheese board has sold but we do occasionally make them in the rare quiet times. We really hate waste so the scraps sit around till someone has some down time to do a few. They are all done by hand so they are popular pieces of kitchen art.
I found this old broom. It had been mended over and over and it made me feel both humour and respect. The previous owners really made things last till the very very end. :-)
The Wiki. Queen of her Factory.
Cutting bluestone on a stinking hot day. Heavy, hot work.
Other than cleaning out a septic, probably the worst job you can do. Sludge pits. Full sludge pits means work grinds to a halt. Better preparation next time.