Kent, United Kingdom, November 21st 2011 – Period carvings, which can appear on items ranging from furniture to ceilings to wall panels, can be very difficult indeed to replicate especially using modern carving techniques. Machines and engineering equipment can make precise cuts and it can use precise measurements but it arguably cannot replicate the same form or beautiful design as is achieved using hand carving techniques. Hand carved furniture has a look that is easily distinguished from machine carved furniture.
Hand carving is an authentic technique of crafting wood and it is not only applied in the creation of elite items of period furniture. Crafted wooden ceilings and wall panels are used in period properties as well as stately homes because they offer a lot of class, elegance, and beauty.
Architectural carving services are companies that offer this range of high quality and traditional hand carving techniques. They are used by homeowners and other property owners either to renovate or to replace damaged items. They often provide items of furniture as well as wood panels that are used for creating ceilings and walls.
Architectural carving businesses can also provide consultation on period pieces and recreating the perfect period look. Furniture, wall decorations, and the general décor of a room need to match the style of the time. Simply buying a few pieces of hand carved furniture means that a room will contain some stunning, bespoke furniture, but this may not be enough to ensure the room has the right period finish.
Agrell Architectural Carving is a thirty strong team of wood carvers and project managers, directed by renowned, British Master Wood Carver Ian Agrell. Following 33 years creating the best looking and most authentic hand crafted furniture, Agrell has worked with elite clients from all over the world to offer some of the best looking and most beautiful hand carved wood items.
Agrell Architectural Carving
5 Oaklands, The Street
Mersham, Nr Ashford
Kent, United Kingdom
Tel: 01233 500252