Hurley Marble offers bespoke marble tabletops

posted on Thursday, 20th March 2014 by Steve May

Stonework  Tables  Marble  Sculpture 


Looking for bespoke marble and stone work? Devon stonemason Matthew Hurley could be the man you need. Hurley has just launched a new company, Hurley Marble, selling luxury handmade pietra dura marble tabletops (pictured above), marble and stone fireplaces and bronze sculptures for high-end interiors. Pietra dura is the Italian art of hard stone inlay, typically depicting flora and fauna. Hurley has created a number of unique table tops using this technique comprising marbles sourced from antique fragments and various stonemason yards.


Designers can also specify tables which feature ammonites and fossilised wood fragments, creating objects of unique interest.

Hurley Marble’s stated aim is to “offer a reminder of past splendour, endowed with individual style.” Reflecting Matthew’s classical influences, the company recently delivered a collection of bronze sculptures based on figures from Greek mythology. It also completed a stone fireplace for the Brampford Speke house, featured recently on BBC2's Restoration Home. The company is also accept commissions for sculptures and fireplaces, both contemporary or classical.


For more on Matthew Hurley's work visit

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Steve May

Inside ID Editor Steve May is a freelance lifestyle and technology journalist, who also writes for Ideal Home, the i, T3, Home Cinema CHoice, TechRadar and Trusted Reviews.

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