The Master Carvers Association boasts a membership of over 40, about half being individual carvers and the rest employing a number of apprentices and trained crafts people.
The MCA is affiliated with the Heritage Crafts Association
Sculptural and decorative objects, always at the highest level in the fine and decorative arts tradition, features and elements in …
Hugh carves mainly in wood, though also enjoys stone and marble, working in period styles and designs of his own contrivance.
Spencer & Richman are specialist chimneypiece carvers based in Somerset. They accept one-off commissions and…
Gary Dench is a graduate of the City and Guilds School of Art and a fully trained period wood-carver and gilder…
Tim Crawley is a stone carver, sculptor and designer and has been fortunate to have worked on many of England’s most famous buildings.
Formed in the mid-1920s, W Thomas has been a leading authority in 18th and early 19th century carved and giltwood furniture and decorations.
A selection of videos from Members of the Master Carvers Association.
Master Carvers’ Association President 2008 – 2010, Ben Harms, speaking at the Listed Property Show 2010
Master Carver, Ian Agrell, discusses the philosophy behind Agrell Architectural Carving.
Dozens of newly-carved stone heads created at Westminster Abbey’s famous Chapter House.