Here is our current range of Sterling Silver Products


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Willow Cone (height 75mm)
Hand constructed; the uprights are set into a holding base whilst the bottom ring is woven into place, the carefully extracted for adjustments to be made before soldering. Each successive ring is woven and soldered and finally a runner bean is grown around the cone.

£120

Wheelbarrow (length 65mm height 35mm)
Modelled on a barrow of 1950's vintage, the body and wheel are cast and the handles are hand made. After hallmarking, the body is polished with tripoli before the handles are soldered on. The whole is then polished, through 3 stages, and finally the wheel is riveted into place. Please note that the price does not include spade and fork.

£95
Watering Can (height 22mm)
Modelled on a 1930's galvanised original found in a neighbour's garden shed, the watering can is cast.
£50
Trug (length 32mm height 15mm)
The trug is cast from an original which was constructed in silver, in the traditional manner, after watching a trug-maker at work - who himself was taught by a lady now in her 90's. The authentic, traditional wooden trug.
£50
Besom Broom (length 75-85mm)
50 silver twigs, bound on to a sharpened handle - just as the real ones are made - and soldered into place. The handle and binding wires are polished, then twigs are pulled into shape and trimmed, after scrubbing with pumice powder.
£50
Spade (length 53mm)
The spade has been modelled on an original from a pre-war Kent orchard owned by Malcolm's grandfather. The spade is cast.
£30
Fork (length 53mm)
The fork has been modelled on an original from a pre-war Kent orchard owned by Malcolm's grandfather. The fork is cast.
£30
Shears (length 32mm)
Modelled on a pair of 1930's wooden-handled shears belonging to Sheila's father, these are cast, polished and then riveted together so that they move.
£30
Hoe (length 85mm)
The hoe is cast, the original dating from the 1930's, coming from Malcolm's father and probably, before that, from the Kent orchard.

£25
Rake (length 77mm)
The rake is cast, the original dating from the 1930's, coming from Malcolm's father and probably, before that, from the Kent orchard.
£25
Handfork (length 24mm)
Cast, again modelled from originals found among Malcolm's father's tools, probably from Kent.
£10
Trowel (length 24mm)
Cast, again modelled from originals found among Malcolm's father's tools, probably from Kent
£10
Plantpot -Small (height 6mm, diameter 10mm)
Cast, modelled in silver from a clay original.
£9
Plantpot - Large (height 8mm, diameter 13mm)
This is the one that fits the plant!
£10
Plant (height 28 - 38mm)
The cast leaves are soldered individually on to a wire stem, which in turn is soldered into a cast base (this will fit neatly into the large pot), then the cast 9ct gold flower is soldered on to the stem, before the completed plant is polished.
£60
Scythe (height 28 - 38mm)
Cast, modelled on an old scythe found in a sale, now much used in our 3/4 acre garden
£55
Sussex Rake (height 28 - 38mm)
Cast, modelled on a traditional Sussex Rake made by Trevor Austin, who was still making them until 2002, when he was forced to stop working by ill-health. Our rake is in constant use.
£55
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