New Product Brochure

During the summer we produced a new product brochure with some stunning photographs of some of our work. If you call in at the forge for any of the winter events please ask to see the new brochure and keep an eye on the website for a online version coming soon and some of the photographs appearing.

The brochure may be viewed here


Little Duck Forge at the Fire and Iron Gallery

Fire and Iron Gallery was founded in 1982 as part of Rowhurst Forge / Richard Quinnell Ltd (established 1932), in response to a global resurgence of interest in forged iron as a creative medium.

Fire and Iron Gallery is known across the world as the place to see and buy the very best metalwork by leading international artist blacksmiths. Little Duck Forge is proud to be included in the gallery space and in a very short time has had an amazing amount of interest in items placed there.

We have been busy delivering sculptures and squiggle frames around the country to beautiful galleries. Luckily these are in places we love to visit making every visit a mini holiday. The galleries only have a small number of items due to space so if you wish for something specific get in touch with us at the forge. All the galleries tend to specialise in hand made pieces and art created by UK artists so if you are in the area they are well worth a visit.

Currently the Galleries include:-

  • Fire and Iron Gallery, Leatherhead
  • Salt Marsh Gallery, Lymington
  • Obsidian Art Gallery, Stoke Mandeville
  • Mill Bridge Gallery, Skipton
  • Lilford Gallery & Framers, Canterbury
  • Westgate Galleria, Margate
  • The Eclectic Art Gallery, Margate
  • Anthony Giles, The Margate Studio and Gallery, Margate
  • Saltbox Gallery, Helmsley

Further details of galleries


Little Duck Forge on TV

Little Duck Forge film for Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh

Earlier this year I was filmed for an item which appeared on “Love your weekend with Alan Titchmarsh”

Many Thanks to Justin Ingham for making a marvelous short film.


Weekend Passions: the secret lives of everyday folk

Steve Hughes owner and full-time freelance commercial photographer at Steve Hughes Photography [formerly Retina Photography] spent some time at the forge as part of his “Weekend Passions – Your stories” project. You can see his post and stunning photographs at the following link.

Steve Hughes Photography site


Dragonfly at Hever Castle


Little Duck Forge Blog

Welcome to the Little Duck Forge Blog

Lucille Scott is an artist blacksmith creating hand forged metal items inspired by nature and her love for dance and music. For Lucille the appeal of working with iron lies in the traditional role of blacksmiths, the permanence of their work and passing on this tradition to all around her.

This site contains a portfolio of my wider work and more detail for work produced at Little Duck Forge.

The main website is available at which has up to date information, contact details, events and exhibition details. The site is more mobile friendly.