European master carvers: architectural ornamentation, fountains, ecclesiastical specialties & monumental statuary; columns & capitals; restoration; historical reproduction in limestone, sandstone & marble; stone design with clay & plaster models.
Specializing in handcrafted masterpieces in natural stone, Traditional Cut Stone Ltd. is home to the largest number of classically trained stone carvers in North America.
Under the leadership of Founding Partners: Mr. Richard Carbino, Mr. David Tyrrell and Master Stone Carver Lawrence Voaides, Traditional Cut Stone takes pride in producing one of a kind, high caliber, architectural carving and stone sculptures.
Areas of specialization include:
• Architectural Ornamentation
• Monumental Statuary
• Heritage Restoration
• Cut to size
Carvers and apprentices alike are encouraged to express their individual styles within the architectural boundaries set by the client, the architect and the master carver.
Artist’s sketches, clay and plaster models (full size and to scale), and full size sample sections in natural stone are provided upon request. Carving and sculpture for restoration and new construction is available in limestone, marble and sandstone in any size and style.
Traditional Cut Stone Ltd. studios are 20,000 square feet with an additional 25,000 square feet of outside fenced storage. An overhead crane and forklift both capable of lifting 10,000 pounds are located on the premises.
Equipment acquisitions include two 5-Axis CNC machines, one 3 –Axis CNC machine, one GMM 38 Axia bridge saws, outfitted with 48” diameter blade and one GMM Diama bridge saw with a 60” blade. State-of–the-art and computer programmable, these saws are capable of producing a wide variety of curved and profiled pieces, as well as columns and balusters. Additional equipment includes an OMAG lathe, a Park Industries radial arm polisher
Located in Toronto, Canada, Traditional Cut Stone Ltd. is easily accessed from several major highways, and is a short drive from Pearson International Airport. Close proximity to the Great Lakes puts New York City and Chicago within a one day drive. Shipping product to and from the United States is done with ease on a regular basis