Tradition and culture of brass and how it is processed

Pure and cast Brass has always been used for prestigious furniture and interiors including, for example, in the shipping sector that used this precious metal for everything that was not made of wood (portholes, handrails, guardrails, wheelhouse seals, navigational instruments such as compasses, telescopes, etc.) thanks to their renowned characteristics of elegance and resistance to atmospheric agents in the most extreme conditions.

The casting of bronze in special moulds alternating between cooling and cleaning stages, the shapes of elegant sculptural and decorative embellishments, ornaments and friezes of many articles.