Metal manipulation

Leigh Wood

“Bringing the industrial feel into the home”

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About Metal manipulation

Metal manipulation

Metal Manipulation makes industrial style lighting,furniture,gifts and Garden sculptures.

Metal manipulation is a company based in the UK specialising in quality fabrication and welding, I am based in a little workshop in the lovely village of Tutbury in Burton-upon-Trent . In the workshop i do all kinds of welding but specialise in furniture and lighting my aim is to offer a unique look with a industrial rustic feel that you will not find on the high street.

Metal Manipulation started in 2015 where i made a few lamps from chain for friends and family this soon escalated in more than one or two and now i have stockists around the UK that stock a few of my lamps on a regular basis. I started with a simple nut and chain lamp and then increased the range as it got more popular, now metal manipulation make a number of different lamps and bespoke furniture, all the range is hand made in the workshop and can be made to your own specification trying to be different and one step ahead with slight little details that make all the difference. We pride ourselves on the quality of parts and detailed welding and always try to use the best fittings avalible so you buy a product from MM that is second to none……

The Staunton Harold Estate is a traditional country estate of some 2000 acres, centred on the great Georgian mansion, Staunton Harold Hall. Family run, and ‘hands on’ in its management style, the estate has embraced modern uses for its diverse assets.

The family’s involvement with Staunton Harold began in 1955, when they purchased the three farms at the core of the estate. These included the large Georgian stable block, which stood abandoned and ruinous. The family put it in good repair, and in 1974 began its conversion to craft workshops and studios. Now known as the FERRERS CENTRE FOR ARTS AND CRAFTS this is a true ‘making’ centre and this is where Metal Manipulation is now based.