Author Archives: Teucer Wilson

About Teucer Wilson

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

Kimberley church floor plaque

I was working in Kimberley church in Norfolk this week, adding some lettering to a large marble plaque, and was very taken by this wonderful 17th century floor plaque…… HEARE LIETH ANN THE WIFE OF EDMVND WODEHOUSE OF EAST LEXHAM … Continue reading

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Here be hares

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London Design Fair

I finished setting up my stand today, and had a bit of a wander about. There’s an exciting array of designs by some of the country’s top craftspeople. Furniture, pottery, wallpaper, textiles, lighting, and all sorts of innovative products. Here … Continue reading

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Experimental head

I made this yesterday, it’s some kind of imported sandstone. I’m not sure how much I like it…. I had an ancient mesoamerican carving in my mind, but this is not as nice. What do you think? I know it’s … Continue reading

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Find me @ London Design Fair

London design fair coming up, it’d be nice to see you there http://www.londondesignfair.couk/visit

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An odd pair

I made a couple of bowls over the weekend. One is Carrara Bianco marble, the other is a really nice piece of Welsh slate. These were both inspired by an exhibition at the SCVA (Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts) called … Continue reading

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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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