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.
AGM on 21 November 2014 at the Rembrandt Hotel, Knightsbridge
Tim Crawley is a stone carver, sculptor and designer and has been fortunate to have worked on many of England’s most famous buildings.
Hand carving and gilding are the major aspects in their business, which is keeping their team of craftsmen busy in their studios.
Nigel Hilliard’s family have long been connected with wood carving, spanning a period of three centuries where knowledge…
Nick has worked on public commissions as well as historic buildings and carvings.
A well-respected woodcarving teacher, Chris Pye has been running classes in traditional woodcarving in England, USA and Canada for many years.
Over the last 20 years I have been working predominantly in the restoration of fine period giltwood furniture for the antique trade…
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.