Carved seat :: Shared Description

When the much loved Chestnut tree in the village was felled they decided to re-plant it, and to create this carved seat to celebrate the Royal Jubilee.

Each panel was carved by a separate individual from the village, most of whom were new to woodcarving. The basic outline was inspired by the carved oak pew -ends (TF0638 : Poppy-head, Church of St Peter and St Paul, TF0638 : Detail, Church of St Peter and St Paul, TF0638 : Oak Pew End, SS Peter & Paul church, Osbournby) in the Village Church (TF0638 : St Peter & St Paul Church, Osbournby, TF0638 : Church of St Peter and St Paul, Osbournby) which is where the carving sessions were held.

The work is described at LinkExternal link which has a link to a photogallery of the work in progress.
by Bob Harvey
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TF0738 : Panel on the seat by Bob Harvey
TF0738 : Leg of seat by Bob Harvey
TF0738 : Panels on the seat by Bob Harvey
TF0738 : Jubilee seat by Bob Harvey

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Created: Tue, 2 Oct 2012, Updated: Tue, 2 Oct 2012

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