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Hands & Feet

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Hand & Feet Casts

Hand and feet casts are fairly self explanatory. The question is how many and what positions. In some cases these casts may extend far up the arms or calves as well. For babies see the baby casting page.

We cast single hands, hand clasps, family hands in a ring or other shapes and all kinds of other hand touching and holding. We also cast hands holding objects that are significant to them such as writers holding a pen or sportsmen holding a ball or boozers holding a bottle! We’ve cast boxer’s fists, deaf people signing and people making V-signs (for victory of course) etc.

We cast single feet, pairs or families and we’ll even throw the family pet’s paws in there too if you wanna. Sports people often get them done in their sports shoes for instance. They also make fun and unusual door stops etc.

Price Guide

1 Hand £900 £1900 £4,000 £4,000 £2,800
Handclasp £1,800 £5,500 £7,000 £7,000 £3,500
3 Family Hands £2,700 £5,000 £10,000 £10,,00 £4,500
4 Family Hands £3,500 £6,500 £13,000 £13,000 £5,500
5 Family Hands £4,300 £8,000 £15,000 £15,000 £6,500
Memorial Hands POA POA POA POA POA
Single Foot 2,000 3,500 6,000 6,000 3,500

You may want a hand cast to celebrate a siginficant anniversary with your partner or a major life event. They may be gifts to loved ones or sports trophies, or unusual door handles or hooks.

They may be memorial casts, holding the hand of a dying family member or we even make hand casts of the deceased. See our memorial page for more information.

Whatever the ultimate purpose, they’re a beautiful way to celebrate and remember those people we love and the significant events in our lives. Nothing is more expressive of the life of a person than their hands.

These casts can be presented free standing so you can handle them or on a special base, or in a frame or other mount. It depends largely on what material you choose as some are more fragile than others. The full list and their relative merits are explained in the Materials Galleries.