|Martin and Oliver Webb Fine Stone Miniatures. Museum quality medieval stone carvings in miniature. Green Men, Angels, cathedral roof bosses and corbels.|
Here are a variety of links to sites which we hope will be of interest to you.
....detailed study of mythical creatures.... ....folklore and legend pertaining....
Web site design and support.
Alastair Bruce Digital Solutions This is the site of family members Kate and Alastair Bruce who were responsible for setting up our web site and regularly (very regularly) come to our rescue when Oliver has been meddling with the computer and got in a mess!
The Green Man
www.canterburygreenman.fsnet.co.uk A wonderful site full of photographs of Green Men in Kent and Devon. You might recognise a couple of faces.
www.mikeharding.co.uk Mike Harding, author of "A Little Book Of The Green Man", has created this lovely site with a large section devoted to Green Men.
The Three Hares, or Tinner's Hares
www.chrischapmanphotography.com A fascinating collection of photographs of, and information about the Three Hares. Researched by Sue Andrew, Chris Chapman and Dr Tom Greeves.
Alastair Bruce a family member in Topsham, does really beautiful framing to a wide variety of styles and to a very competitive price. Contact him with any picture framing queries you might have.
Aston Webb, architect.
To find out more about Sir Aston Webb you might enjoy the excellent site by Tina Bird at: Sir Aston Webb
www.hostofangels.org.uk Artists Roger and Liz Heaton have created a unique collection of 100 angels which can be seen in Lenton Church in Lincolnshire. The angels range in size from a few inches to 13 feet tall and are beautiful copies of the works of artists such as Botticelli, Giotto and Tiepolo. This web-site is devoted to the host of angels.
http://homepages.tesco.net/~chris.mckay/clocks.html This site contains detailed information about Big Ben.
www.taylorbells.co.uk This is the web-site of John Taylor Bell Foundry. Contains details about their bell foundry museum and visits to the foundry, plus a wealth of other interesting information.
www.whitechapelbellfoundry.co.uk This is the web-site of Whitechapel Bell Foundry Ltd, makers of church and cathedral bells since 1420. Whitechapel Bell Foundry made London's Big Ben and America's LIberty Bell. Contains information about visits to the foundry and open days, plus a great deal of historical information.
www.vosper4coins.co.uk Mike Vosper is an extremely knowledgeable and established dealer in antique coins. Visit his extensive and very informative on-line catalogue.
Black Dragon Badges. This friendly and very helpful UK based family run business have supplied beautiful enamel lapel badges for our children's school. The level of service is absolutely superb and the products even better! If you're looking for badges to promote your business, club or association, I heartily recommend you visit Black Dragon.
hay-on-wyebooks.com is the site of our good friends Anne and Derek Addyman who have one of the best book shops in the world's secondhand book capital, Hay on Wye.
History and architecture
TimeRef This site is devoted to the medieval period, includes much information on buildings of the time.
www.theunbrokencircle.co.uk is a wonderfully interesting site dedicated to wyrd-folk music and complementary folklore and traditions. This is a fascinating site to visit and has a page dedicated to the Three Hares image.
www.prydein.com/pipes This is a fascinating site devoted to bagpipes. Lots of information, historical facts and pictures about this ancient instrument, the music played on them and their cultural significance.
Steffen Fischer has a very good site devoted to bagpipes. The site is in German, but well worth the visit.
Alastair Bruce Photography This is the site of family members Kate and Alastair Bruce who were responsible for setting up our web site and regularly (very regularly) come to our rescue when Oliver has been meddling with the computer and got in a mess!
Whilst we take every care in the preparation of this site, we cannot guarantee the content of sites to which we may have provided a link.