Author Archives: Teucer Wilson

About Teucer Wilson

I'm a stonecarver and lettercutter. See my work at www.teucerwilson.co.uk

Hidden treasures 

We’re on a road trip, transporting work from Dorset to Cambridge. This gave us a chance to take up an offer of accommodation with a fellow stone enthusiast, Martin Green, archaeologist and farmer. He lives near Sixpenny Handley, in Cranborne … Continue reading

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Tree Memorials

I’ve been asked to carve memorials with trees on them a few times now…..each one is a challenge and quite unique. 

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Laser-cut stainless steel lettering pieces

Here are a few examples of laser-cut stainless steel lettering designs:   These designs are created using my own true-type fonts. I make a design and layout which I then convert to a path. This is a vector outline that … Continue reading

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York stone monolithic memorial 

We installed this stone yesterday, and were lucky with the weather. In fact as we finished and the client arrived, the sun broke through the clouds…..  

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The Duchess of Malfi is staying at the Gunton Arms

Today we installed a sandstone monolith in Gunton Park in Norfolk, close to the acclaimed Gunton Arms pub. This is what you see as you enter the park…… The stone was commissioned by Ivor Braka, art dealer, who bought the pub … Continue reading

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Weybourne candelabra revisited 

Today I dropped in to Weybourne church to see the candelabra I designed recently. The metalwork was done by local master Brian Turner (http://www.turners-lead-collection.co.uk/). His approach was to make every little detail by hand, and the overall effect is great. … Continue reading

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