Feedback really helps, it gives potential customers the confidence to buy and provides us with useful information and ideas on how to continue improving our products and service. We'd be very grateful if you could share your feedback and ideas.
|Jeff from Cincinnati, United States||August 27 2012|
|I just received the Union Terminal Model, and love it! As a resident Cincinnatian, who is captivated by this local architectural masterpiece, I'd like you to know that your model is the best collectible of Union Terminal, that I've ever come across (and I've been looking for sometime). You are to be commended! You have a great eye for detail, and I'm so pleased to have finally found such a quality piece. I will definitely spread the word, about the quality offerings available through Chisel & Mouse.|
|Catherine from Chorley, England||August 27 2012|
Thank you for getting the Battersea Power Station model to me on time. I did cut it little fine
but I wanted to take it with me to Menorca to give to a dear friend of mine. My friend loves to visit
London and this is one of his favourite landmarks. He is delighted with it. For me to be able
to take something so unique was extra special. The packaging was excellent as it travelled
from you to me in the North West and then from Liverpool airport to Menorca!
Love your products and your website.
|Valerie from Southsea, England||July 12 2012|
I am extremely lucky as I recently won a great competition. I received my prize a couple of days ago, and I am delighted with it. It is a beautiful model of Bodium Castle, and is standing pride of place in my Lounge.
I definitely recommend anyone to purchase either the Castle, or any of the other classy models from Chisel and Mouse. You will not be disappointed. The amount of stars I'd like to give my Castle, is 5 out of 5.
Thank-you very much to everyone involved with the competition, I will treasure my prize with pride, and can't wait to show it off to family and friends.
|John Graves from Houston, Texas||July 08 2012|
|I am looking for a manufacturer who can produce a model of The 1940 Air Terminal Museum that can be sold in the Museum's gift shop. The Museum is a beautiful streamline moderne structure. Photos can be seen at www.1940airterminal.org. If you would be interested in discussing this possibility, please reach me at |
|Brian Faulkner from Sidcup||June 21 2012|
This is stunning! Start saving now.
|J Anna Ludlow from Hucknall, Nottinghamshire||June 12 2012|
|I have a visually 'tactile' eye if you like and know instinctively whether I like something or not, if I have to go back and have a second look then it is not for me. I have long loved lighthouses and telephone kiosks and most things art deco/moderne and the colour purple. The first thing I learned after being medically retired was web design and finally I was able to unleash my personal taste onto the web. Our joint interest in the Abbey Lighthouse introduced me to Chisel and Mouse and Gavin who had found my website. I'm absolutely thrilled to have received my Abbey Lighthouse sculpture even though I had prevaricated about a couple of the other choices knowing in my heart that only the lighthouse would do! It's a beautufully compact piece of craftsmanship of which Chisel and Mouse should be justifiably proud. I have a feeling the Arsenal and Hoover models will also be coming my way. Thank you again (and I love the 'designer' wrappings!)|
|Anne from West Midlands||May 22 2012|
|This model is simply wonderful. Our daughter has recently moved to Glasgow, so we know this building well. We love McIntosh and this model evokes the very best of his work. The packaging doubles as a presentation box. It arrived swiftly and has been added to the other models we already own of famous buildings. I can heartily recommend this company for it's attention to detail in model making and customer service. We are looking forward to seeing news models in the range.|
|frank from glasgow||May 14 2012|
|Why would they do Parkhead? The models are of buildings of beauty and design, which Parkhead is not!|
|Gavin from Sussex||May 11 2012|
|Hi Joe - I'm afraid we don't do Parkhead yet. I would love to make a model of the old Parkhead stadium front as shown below. Such a shame it was torn down.|
|joe from glasgow||May 11 2012|
|do you do parkhead|
|Kate from twitter||May 08 2012|
|Would love to see a model of the Royal Festival Hall|
|Hannah Coleman from Grimsby||May 02 2012|
Its Hannah Coleman (@dreamwallstyle and @dreamwalls) on twitter - did you get my DM with my email [removed@*****.com] I would love to do a feature on you, please get in touch so I can start working on it - many thanks Hannah
|Gavin from Sussex||May 01 2012|
|Thanks Wandering Wahoo. You're dead right and I was wrong. I must have mixed the two up. I've made the correction.|
|The Wandering Wahoo from State College, PA USA||April 30 2012|
|The Longfellow House is a great choice--but it's in Cambridge, MA, rather than Minneapolis. The Longfellow House in Minnesota is 2/3 scale model of the original house in Massachusetts.|
|Gavin from Sussex, England||April 26 2012|
|Hi Walt. Thanks for the feedback and compliments. I'm afraid that in our rush to get the professional photographs completed we didn't finish the 'T' properly. I hesitate to show a photograph of a model that is work in progress but here's one. We'll get the new professional photographs done shortly. Rest assured that all models will be produced with the 'T' properly formed.|
|Walt from CincinnaTi||April 26 2012|
|Hi - My brother in France sent me your link as we live in Cincinnati and visit the terminal often. Very nice job on the facade. I was looking at the lettering on the front of your piece and the "T" in Cincinnati looks funny and does not match - you are all capitals except that "T" - looks more like an "I"|
|Mrs. H. Nathanson from Kent, England||April 25 2012|
|At a time when customer service seems to get worse by the second at every other retailer in the country, Chisel & Mouse (and particularly Gavin Paisley) has got it right. I ordered two models and enquired after another few that were at the time being advertised on the website. I received my first two beautifully wrapped up and, what is more, I received an email from Mr. Paisley informing me of the up coming new models together with close up photos of all of them, and that he would drop me a line when they would so be available. I did not honestly think he would, but he did ! Great service, gorgeous products - both absolutely worthy of telling everyone about. |
|Elaine from Clopton, England||April 25 2012|
|My son-in-law was absolutely thrilled with the model. He was very impressed with the detail and quality. He will certainly be asking for another at Christmas!
You definitely rate 5 stars.|
|Shannon from Ellsworth, Maine, United States||April 24 2012|
|It's GORGEOUS!!!!! Also, the seller is excellent to work with and extremely easy to contact. It was packaged with as much attention and care as a Christmas gift -- and it is absolutely stunning in every way. I can't wait to add to my collection.|
|Humph from Worcester||April 20 2012|
|This is our third Chisel and Mouse model. In this special year for the Royals and with all the visitors who will come to the Olympics, it would make an ideal souvenir. As ever the quality of the model and the degree of fine detail is very impressive. My wife and I love it. Keep up the good work ! |
|Humph from Worcester||April 18 2012|
|This is my second purchase from this wonderful team. My wife has always been a fan of Georgian buildings having spent her Higher Education Years in Bath. The model is even better then the photos on the site. As before, the presentation box in which the model arrived made it an ideal gift. We are looking forward to more new models soon.|
|Humph from Worcester||April 18 2012|
|I came across this website by accident but I've always be interested in architecture and had already collected some models. I drive past the Hoover building regularly and hoped someone would produce a model. What a joy! It arrived very quickly and was carefully packed in a presentation box, which was good because it was intended as a present. The quality of craftsmanship is wonderful. The price is competitive. I shall buy again.|
|Christopher H from Cologne||April 18 2012|
|Einstein tower in Potsdam Germany?|
|Dave from Glasgow||April 12 2012|
Chisel & Mouse 13th April 2012
Hi Dave, thanks for the information I wasn't aware of that. I have update our model description. Cheers Robert
|Jazzle99 from california||April 11 2012|
Chisel & Mouse 11th April 2012
Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright is stunning. Thanks for the photo post. Cheers Robert
|Candida Rose from Brighton EAst Sussex||April 10 2012|
I love the look of these models, especially the art deco ones. I would like to see one of the Chrysler building in New York
Chisel & Mouse 11th April 2012
Hi Candida, thanks for the feedback and glad you're liking the art deco...i'm especially proud of the Guggenheim, Cincinnati and the Greyhoud. I will add Chrysler building to our 'considering' list. Thanks again, Robert
|John McNiff from Hertfordshire||April 09 2012|
|ever considered doing the barbican? |
Chisel & Mouse 11th April 2012
Hi John, thanks for your suggestion, I think the Barbican would make a lovely model, will add to the considering list. Cheers Robert
|Kate from Concord, MA, United States||March 15 2012|
|This is the third model that I have bought (the others were the Regency House and the Whitechapel Gallery). The models are really beautiful and have all arrived very speedily with no hassle from customs, beautifully and carefully packaged with no damage. Great models, great service.|
|anon from london||February 11 2012|
Where is Buckingham P and Big Ben....
Your collection is missing a few!!!!!
|Beverley from Chichester, United Kingdom||January 06 2012|
|Chisel & Mouse don't just make models of beautiful buildings, they make beautiful models of beautiful buildings. Clearly lovingly crafted and superbly wrapped, making for a unique and stylish gift for any occasion.|
|Todd from New York, USA||January 05 2012|
|I was totally captivated by the images of these model buildings online -- and when my order of The Regency Town House came it was even better than I had imagined. The hand-crafted quality is evident and the weight of the piece is feels nicely solid. I'm already thinking about which to order next!|
|Belinda from Leamington Spa||December 19 2011|
|As my husband is so difficult to buy presents for I was so pleased when I saw the article about chisel & mouse and the models that they specialise in. I ordered the replica Hoover building straight away (a favourite building of my husband's) and was not disappointed when the model arrived. Absolutely beautiful, the detail is gorgeous. I know it's going to look amazing and something that will be gracing our home for years to come. I've already put a request in for the Chrysler building to be in the range (another favourite) and I understand that other buildings are being considered. Thank you for an inspired gift idea, I'll be keeping an eye out for future additions.|
|Esme from Altrincham, Cheshire||December 16 2011|
|Having just had the joy of unpacking the beautifully crafted (and packed) model of Battersea Power Station I have to endorse previous reviews. What a delight, and what a shame it's intended for someone else. No, not a shame - an excuse to begin a collection of my own. I was pondering the Hoover Building but have just spotted Whitechapel Gallery. I think I might start there. Good wishes to Gavin and Robert for the success of your business.|
|Ian from Devon||December 15 2011|
I noticed your range of buildings in the Telegraph Magazine and I wonder if you are planning to make a model of the Midland Hotel at Morecambe. I think its frontage would make a superb decorative model. Regards. Ian
|thebarkinglion from London||December 05 2011|
The Royal Albert Hall, The Royal Academy of Art, Gherkin and Canary Wharf.
The first is a palace to the arts and there cannot be many people who do not know this great building. As for the RAA it is just a great building. A more modern suggestion is the Gherkin in the City and Canary Wharf. These are iconic buildings I can see Canary Wharf from where I live, I see it most days and it never fails to take my breath away. What a fantastic website, like others I have now bookmarked it. Thank you.
Chisel & Mouse 6th December 2011
Hi thebarkinglion, thanks for these great suggestions, not sure about the Gherkin or Canary Wharf as plaster not natural medium to represent glass but loving the idea of Royal Albert Hall and the Royal Academy of Art.
|Jane s. from Surrey||December 05 2011|
|The Willow Tea Rooms or Hill House.|
Wonderful idea for a series of products, consider your site well and truly bookmarked. I will be back.
|Peter from Manchester||November 29 2011|
There are some lovely public buildings like libraries, have you thought of making models of any of these?
Chisel & Mouse - 29th November 2011
We have plans to make a model of the reading rooms in the British Museum but have not looked at libraries specifically, which did you have in mind?
|Jon Graham from Hove, England||November 28 2011|
|Recommended to view the site by, i cant remember, but so glad I did. The product is exceptional and the photos can never do the pieces justice. I bought the Battersea Power station and looks fantastic in our home. The follow-up customer care was absolutely 1st class. Look forward to building a collection!|
|Mark Wistle from Glasgow||November 27 2011|
Kelvingrove Art Galleries = Best building in UK
Chisel & Mouse 27th November 2011
We’d love to take on this building it is amazing
|anonymous from cincinnati||November 27 2011|
Have you got plans to make any US buildings?
I'd buy the Netherlands Plaza Hotel Cincinnati (now the Hilton Netherlands Hotel)
Chisel & Mouse - 29th November 2011
Love the Netherlands, beautiful and immense! We are keen to extend our catalogue into the USA, we thought we'd start with NY and Miami art deco. Would love to hear about any other buildings you like and will be sure to let you know when the Netherlands makes it on to our list.