Martin and Oliver Webb are a small Herefordshire based family business specialising in extremely accurate miniatures of stone carvings.
Martin and Oliver’s work is for the connoisseur and serious collector, and their work can be found in many private collections around the world.
Before concentrating on making miniatures, both Martin and Oliver Webb were stone masons working in the trade.
The Webb family has a long tradition of working in the arts and crafts; the architect Sir Aston Webb who's portfolio of work included Admiralty Arch in London and the facade of Buckingham Palace.
Brothers Geoffrey Fuller Webb and Christopher Rahere Webb both worked (separately) in stained glass and their work is to be found all around the United Kingdom and occasionally further afield.
More recently John Christopher Webb has spent his whole working life as one of the finest silversmiths of recent times and his daughter Caroline continues the tradition as a bespoke letter cutter and designer of high repute.
Our experience has been gained over the years working on a wide variety of stone buildings, some modern but the majority ancient. This has allowed us a privileged opportunity to examine close at hand many beautiful pieces of carving that are normally inaccessible without the benefit of scaffolding, or, in some cases, are beyond the public's view altogether.
Martin and Oliver Webb
Fine Stone Miniatures
Hill View, Storridge, Malvern, Worcestershire WR13 5EY
Posted on 18 Mar 2017 by MinE Team