Funeral cross made of Pierre Bleue du Bocq blue limestone as part of the restoration of a family vault.
A large part of the work, which was done by hand, calls for know-how and a special sensitivity that comes with long years of experience. The rough-hewing and initial dressing of the stone is done by machine and by hand. The tracing on the stone is done by following a jig. The rest of the work is done exclusively by hand. The craftsman begins finishing the stone, line by line, to give birth to a unique work of art.
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