One of set of four door latches made for extension to barn conversion, replicating originals.

"The Enchanted Garden" panel, with its Damascus unicorn, incorporating flowers and leaf work, all fire welded.

Multi prize winning dining set, comprising four chairs and two carvers, each showing a different creature from the English countryside.

The tabletop incorporates leaf work with bullrushes and water lilies.

One of the carver chairs from the dining set, showing a rabbit with leaf work.

A patio set for a customer who loved wine! The furniture was made in real wrought iron to withstand British weather, colored green with burgundy upholstery.

The tabletop shows vine leaves with hand forged hanging bunches of grapes carefully positioned to avoid the knees.

This barn conversion is lit entirely with Malcolm's designs. Wall lights and chandeliers, some on chain pulleys. This one mounted between beams with electric candles.

One of Malcolm's most beautiful creations, this Drinks Cabinet incorporates repousse kingfishers, heat treated to give them orange breasts and blue plumage.

Sitting on branches overlooking a stainless steel waterfall. There is a six bottle wine rack suspended from the top.

For a competition entitled “Japanese Garden Feature”. A Japanese Wind Gong.

A detail of a sculpture commissioned by the RSPB Reserve at Northward Hill, Rochester. Malcolm was asked to design a welcoming entrance feature for the area known as The Cherry Orchard. He incorporated grasses, a fruit-pickers ladder, a spray of cherries and a gate-keeper butterfly.

Detail of a helical staircase. Malcolm was asked to design something which would bring colour into the hallway. The blue and amber glass inserts were continued along the balcony.

A modern bed head, the design repeated in internal window security screens.

A rather nice surround for the porch area of a front door in East London.

The hall and stairway of this four storey house were transformed with light when these panels were installed, with leafwork to echo their love of trees.

Malcolm was commissioned to produce two repousse plaques to commemorate the 900th anniversary of the founding of King's School in Rochester. Hammered out of brass sheet, the coats of arms were painted in School colours and attached to panels which are mounted on gates near the School.

This fireplace was shipped to a chateau with 15ft inglenook fireplace in the south of France.

When the shelter for Cats Protection at Bredhurst, near Sittingbourne, were left a legacy by a lady who loved both cats and Egyptology, they called upon Malcolm for inspiration, as he had previously designed and built railings and sliding gates with a wicker effect for their car park. This 6ft high 0belisk, with a repousse brass Egyptian cat, was very much appreciated by the ladies' family and Shelter staff.