David Lamb

By February 29, 2016carvers
Stone carver creating finish
Stone carver carving molding

David Lamb


As a traditionally trained architectural stone carver, I focus on the restoration and conservation ecclesiastical and civic buildings. I have a particular interest in Gothic architecture and have worked in several Gothic cathedral workshops in England. These include Carlisle Cathedral, Gloucester Cathedral and York Minster Cathedral. I have a particular fascination with traditional tools and use antique axes, hammer, chisels and mallets to match original texture and design. I also enjoy employing traditional methods in the creation of contemporary pieces.


  • NVQ 2 & 3, Stonemasonry, 1999-2002, York Technical College, York, England
  • Stonemasonry, Foundation Degree, 2010-2012, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, England
  • Mortars for Repair and Conservation, Building Conservation Master Class, 2007,
  • West Dean College, West Dean, England
  • Specifying Conservation Master Class, 2008, West Dean College, West Dean, England
  • Restoration Carving, 2006, The Orton Trust, Rothwell Northants, England


  • West Block, Parliament of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
  • Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Regina, Canada
  • York Minster Cathedral – Head Stonecutter, York, England
  • Gloucester Cathedral – Shop Foreman, Gloucester, England
  • Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle, England
  • Gloucestershire War Memorial, Gloucestershire, England
  • National Memorial Arboretum – North Yorkshire Regiment, Birmingham, England

Leave a Reply