Aluminum is one of metals that are used in a wide variety of products, including sculptures, chairs, kitchen utensils, mirror frames, table legs, and many more.
It has low compactness, is non-toxic, has high thermal conductibility, has excellent corrosion resistance, and can be easily cast, machined and formed.
It is also non-magnetic and non-sparking. It is the second most pliable metal and the sixth most ductile.
Brass is an alliance of copper and zinc, in proportions which can be varied to achieve varying mechanised and electrotechnical properties.
It is an alternative alloy: atoms of the two constituents may replace each other within the same crystal structure.
More than its antimicrobial properties, Brass’s aesthetically value makes it a popular choice for decorative applications. Its coloring can range from light gold and silver all the way to almost red.
Copper was one of the first metals ever to be mined and used by humans, and it has made a vital contribution to the maintenance and improvement of society since the dawn of civilisation. Copper was first used in coins and ornaments from around 8000 BC, and around 5500 BC copper tools helped civilisation to emerge from the Stone Age.
Our artisans craft jewellery, vases, small furniture, bathtubs, sinks and many other products from this type of metal as well.
Stainless steel is a group of steels that are resistant to corrosion through the addition of alloying elements.
The term stainless steel is used to describe a family of about 200 alloys of steel with remarkable heat and corrosion resistance properties.
We use only the Stainless Steels to make the tables or chairs feet.
Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon.
It can contain small amounts of silicon, phosphorus, sulfur and oxygen.
The carbon content of steel is between 0.08 and 1.5%. This makes it harder than wrought iron but not as brittle as cast iron.
We only use steel for the legs of chairs and coffee tables.
Wire is a flexible strand or rod of metal, usually cylindrical. This type of metal is used to carry mechanical loads or electrical and telecommunications signals but our craftsmen use it to make jewelry, baskets and other lamp decorations or kitchen utensils. We use Copper, Silver or Brass wire.