We are very happy to be featured in Princess Yachts’ in house magazine, Spring edition which shows our Golden Shell table. This is a sumptuous, luxurious ‘glossy’ and we are sandwiched between Bentleys, Ferraris and Super yachts!
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A unique project that took some long time to come to fruition. The result is spectacular – the cross itself is gilded and painted in Cistercian red. One of the many lovely aspects about this commission is that the cross is made up of the old oak Memorial Cross which was presented to Beaulieu Abbey […]
It was a great honour to be asked by The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers to join John Makepeace and Richard Miller of Halstock on stage down at Plymouth University to tell both students and industry experts of our story. We each covered very different back grounds and then answered many questions in the Q & […]
In recognition of James’ work with The Royal Devon Yeomanry as Squadron Leader with particular note to recruitment, morale, training and ability, James was awarded a Certificate for Meritorious Service in October 2013. Also mentioned in the citation was James’ volunteer work with HM Coastguard in Hartland and his charitable work for Help For Heroes.
We are so happy to have been taken on by House of Mutt to design some really super dog beds for some very special dogs. A new direction for us and a treat for those who really want to spoil their beloved dogs – www.houseofmutt.com.
Our chosen charity, Help for Heroes benefitted again this year but this time both Di and I cycled back from Paris via various battlefields to London. Along the way we were accompanied by wounded servicemen and women from the UK, Canada and America for a tough but rewarding ride. Again the generosity was incredible and […]
In May James joined some 300 other cyclists to cycle from Portsmouth to Dunkirk via Le Havre, Dieppe, Amiens, Arras and Ypres – a distance of 350 miles in 5 days. Not bad considering James hadn’t sat on a bicycle since his childhood. With the very generous help of all sorts of people we managed […]
Great excitement and delight! James has been awarded a Guild Mark by the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers for ‘The Archway Table’. This is truly an accolade and of which JMF is justly proud. Only a handful are awarded every year – www.furnituremkrs.co.uk and click on Guild Mark, followed by BGM Holders.