The finished ‘Sapphire’

Sir Round-a-Sound ‘Sapphire’ was commissioned by Catherine for her birthday.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I was going to something a little special for this commission, seeing as …
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iPhonograph ‘Chrome’ gets stained and horned.

iPhonograph ‘Chrome’ is a special commission indeed. Made as a surprise for two dear friends who are themselves creative chameleons, I was keen to respond to the aesthetic they’ve created …
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Sir Round-a-Sound ‘Sapphire’ is almost ready to go…

Pictured here is the Sir Round-a-Sound ‘Sapphire’ with it’s traveling case almost ready to go.  Just adding a bit more bling…….GOLD!  The case is lined with luscious thick velvet.

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The Steampunk remote control has progressed. . . . . . .

This is the next stage of our Steampunk/Retro remote control.

The latest addition to our Steampunk ‘family’….the iPhonograph ‘Chrome’.

This is being created from an old cutlery box from the turn of the 20th century.  Has not been looked after and needed a lot of TLC.

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I am now in the process of creating a steampunk remote control

Flash Gordon of the 25th century would be proud of this.  The front will be a brass plate, the buttons are very old typewriter keys….stain and varnish will be involved. …
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We now have Sir Round-a-Sound ‘Sapphire’

There is a little way to go yet, but here are the latest pictures of the Sir Round-a-Sound ‘Sapphire’. I guess it is pretty obvious why I named it ‘Sapphire’, …
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The new Sir Round-a-Sound gets a face lift!

This Sir Round-a-Sound, commissioned by our client Catherine, is made by utilising a 1920’s clock case. The shell is finally coming together and…it will be the first audio device made …
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The iPhonograph Portasound finds a new home and helps cancer research

If you’ve been reading our blog for some time, you’ll be aware that we make a habit of contributing Steampunk pieces to worthy charities for them to offer as auction …
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Time to create a Sir Round-a-Sound…adding a working clock!

I located a circa 1960’s vintage miniature mantle clock (minus it’s insides) and thought I’d fashion a nifty little audio device incorporating a working clock.  As you can see, the …
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