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Champion of Show
Paul won Champion of Show
and two first prizes at
the Devon County
Surrey Blacksmith    
  Larger than life sculpture        

Using half a mile of steel, Paul created a unique horse sculpture measuring in at nine foot tall.

With over 20 years of experience, Paul has been able to create countless unique pieces, including sculptures, gates, fencing and interior items. Paul's unique pieces have seen him recognised with numerous awards from various shows, and his style of work ranges from both more traditional designs to contemporary styles. Paul has an incredible ability to turn the simplest of ideas into stunning pieces of artwork, while retaining their main function.

Paul has built his incredible knowledge through being self-taught, although due to the quality of his work he was awarded in 2001 a Diploma of Merit from the Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths, which made him an associate member.


Paul is always looking for new ways to continue improving on the already high standard of work he produces, currently aiming to become a Liveryman, which requires being judged by two master blacksmiths. As Liveryman he would be able to apply to Guildhall for the Freedom of the City of London.

Born and raised in England, Paul makes sure to use local services. He makes sure to buy his steel, haulage services and protective coatings from numerous different U.K. based companies.

Paul has created numerous pieces for famous individuals including alternative rock band Muse's front man Matt Bellamy, Joss Stone's father and Andrew Brownsword, the creator of Forever Friends.


Paul's work can be seen in numerous areas across the country, including Exeter Cathedral.

Numerous pieces of Paul's work have been shown at county shows, where he has been able to win numerous awards, including Devon County Show where he won first prizes and Champion of the Show. He also was able to receive a first prize award at the Royal Cornwall Show.

Paul's horse sculpture for The Devon County Show required 117 hours of work to create and is known as "Prince" by the client. After establishing a frame to work on, Paul was then able to add additional details to the work.

Now proudly displayed in Lympstone, if you are ever passing through on the train keep an eye out for this amazing piece.

          As featured in the Crediton County Courier, October 14, 2011.

Surrey Blacksmith, Paul Gilbert Blacksmith

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