A WOOD carver from Armitage Bridge has added to his clutch of website awards.
Artisan Joseph Hemingway, 60, specialises in making reproduction Thomas Chippendale furniture.
His web page, designed by a friend, has won first prize in The Golden Web Awards for the second year running.
His site also won the World Web Award last year.
Nominations are submitted by people surfing the internet. They can click on their favourite sites and suggest them to a judging panel.
The competition is run by the Interactive Association of Webmasters and Designers.
Dewsbury man Paul Marsden created the website for Mr Hemingway.
The site also features a biography of the skilled carver and press cuttings on his work.
Mr Hemingway makes furniture from designs set down by Chippendale in his treatise `The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Directory'.
The centrepiece of the home page is a gallery featuring photographs of Chippendale's so-called `impossible' chair.
Mr Hemingway is the first master woodcarver who has been able to turn the illustration into a reality.
Chippendale designed the elaborate seat 242 years ago but was never able to make it due to the intricate design.
Mr Hemingway hopes to sell his two impossible chairs for £100,000 each.