The customer's Coat of Arms is a unicorn, so this repoussé head to mask the lock housing.
These gates showed various farm animals, a horse, sheep, cow and here a pig.
One of the pedestrian gates from the Hawesdown School.
A sculpted lilly to adorn a balustrade.
One of a number of dramatic leaf panels in an extensive run of railings for a very large garden.
Mr and Mrs Moses asked for bullrushes in their stair balustrading!
This ironwork in West Malling in Kent reflects the lady's absolute loathing of bind weed!
A rose for Mrs Rose!! A handrail in the garden for a disabled lady, incorporating a small ornamental panel. One of dozens of personalized details included in a wide variety of work over the years, which have meant so much to customers.
A handrail for a private house in Rochester in Kent. Their front garden is full of ornamental grasses.
A close-up of the sample panel.
This is the sample panel which Malcolm produced initially following his preliminary talks with the owner of the Essex mansion, who wanted his staircase to have an organic, flowing look.
Shows ornamental cresting.
The customers monogram, fleur de lis were also incorporated to reflect their French heritage.
This butterfly from the panel of a pedestrian gate.
The latch of the Gaudi-style gates.
A pig in clover.
Malcolm loves doing repoussé work, so when these customers asked for their Coat of Arms to be depicted in their gates, he was delighted.