Cornish Serpentine is unique to the Lizard Peninsula. It has been worked on the Lizard for many years, historically, since 1828.
I have developed a slightly different approach to working this beautiful, unique stone, that I hope complements the established Lizard turners. Collected from hidden coves and abandoned quarries, taken to a field in the middle of nowhere, and then shaped with unpredictable aplomb, before moving back to my small workshop at the end of my small garden where the sanding and polishing begin.
Each piece shaped by my hand, my eyes, and the weather, over a period of 200 million years and a few days…….