- Roof Lantern.
- Close up of the roof lantern sections showing the Gothic arch glazing bars.
- Painted softwood single glazed windows with oiled Oak cills.
- Victorian style internal doors showing gun stock stiles used to maximise glass size.
- Oak Jail bar double glazed windows made to consider odd shaped timber house frame.
- Detailed view of window.
- Oak door and side light.
- Round top iroko timber doors with traditional joinery construction using hammer key joints.
- English oak Gothic arched top Frame and opening sashes , bottom hung and single glazed.Finished items can be seen in "Kitchens" in the main menu.
- Softwood Tongue, Groove and Beaded Ledged doors fitted with Oak Latches. Coloured to match existing units.
- We can make mouldings to suit missing parts or make new runs of moulding from scratch using machines or by hand.
- A picture frame moulding sample being made using a moulding plane , moulding planes have different shapes and a cutter on the bottom of each plane and are pushed with your whole body weight behind it, This sample piece once agreed by the client will then be made on machines due to lengths required.
- The finished picture frame assembled dry, the finished frame is to receive water gilding.
- Oak picture frame mouldings made by hand using a hollow and a round.
- The finished Oak picture frame with the clients canvas.
- Garage doors made in Softwood , finished in "Barn Black" Single glazed.
- The garage doors in production showing a close up of the "Gun stock" style uprights which are used to increase glass size.
- The doors in the process of being fitted on site.
- A round topped Oak framed, ledged, braced external door and frame.
- The door and frame was made using traditional Draw bore mortice and tenon joints, with the door using hammer key joints to join the stiles to the curved head.
- A close up detail of stopped carved chamfer.
An Oak sample made from " Pippy Oak " to receive a specialist finish.
Painted Portico hood remake and restoration
- The carved brackets in the process of having many layers of paint removed in order to regain some definition of original detail.
- Early days of the new hood framework in front of old hood.
- The complete front hood cornice moulding sitting on the new moulded trays.
- A close up of the Ellipse curve.
- The complete softwood portico soffit hood having primer before going to site.
- The new hood fitted on the restored brackets.
- Now awaiting new lead work and cast rain water down pipes and decoration.
Sussex based Craftsmen on 01444 882820 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org