THE CROWN MAKER
Specialists in the creation of crowns, tiaras and commissioned props
THE CROWN MAKER: PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO
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My trade before making Crowns was Carpentry/Joinery - I fell into Prop making by accident after purchasing a CNC machine and not doing very well. Encountering endless problems and wasting a lot of time, I decided to purchase one 3D printer. My first ever prop was for display, however, I managed to sell Renly Baratheon's crown...The rest they say is History!
As you can see from the images below - we really can make any crown you require - our latest commission is Queen Elizabeths Imperial state crown. Her Majestys crown takes approximately 5 weeks to create, all are printed on FDM and SLA printers and completely hand-made.
This page showcases only my crowns and the process and thinking that goes behind making a Crown or Tiaras, if you have an idea or commission that you'd like brought to life, please get in touch with your requirements. All we need are photos and a general idea of the outcome you'd like to see.
I’m happy to provide a variety of services for my clients. With a compassionate and personalized approach, I guarantee you’ll be satisfied with the results. Take a look below to learn more about all that I have to offer.
This service has been incredibly helpful for countless clients. If you have questions about what’s included, timing or anything else, simply get in touch - I’m happy to talk through all of the details.
I work very closely with my clients from the beginning to ensure I understand their exact needs, timeline and any other important details. We can design, print and decorate any crown - from a simple yet elegant headpiece to an elaborate highly jewelled piece of art.
Below are but a few of the crowns in the 3D modelling stage. In the construction of a crown - the modelling is the most time consuming and difficult part. For example, customers provide us with the material to work with, in this case it was a couple of pictures of Beyonce wearing a crown at an angle that didn't really give much detail. Once the Crown is decorated it will look as though it were a replica.