Foundational is a clear, Roman type of round-hand script, based on early medieval styles.
The Bâtarde script, also known as Gothic cursive, is based on 15th century medieval models.
Tailpiece from the Memorial Book of Church Bell Ringers who fell in World War I.
Presentation to Kinross House for outstanding restoration 2014, showing the house and details of the architecture. Gouache, ink and gold on vellum.
Title page of a vellum book commemorating church bell ringers who died in the First World War. The names of the major battles are written on gold scrolls, entwined with bell ropes and barbed wire.
Itlaic is a graceful and adaptable script and ideal for most purposes where legibility and elegance are required.
Presentation to Combermere Abbey for outstanding restoration 2016, showing the house and details of the architecture. Gouache, ink and gold on vellum.
List of incumbents of St Mary’s church, Harefield, Middlesex