Some mixed images here to give you an idea of the variety of projects that are within the realm of possibility...

Special Interest Photos:

This photo is a good example of Ornamental Sculpture that can be used in different ways. This piece actually ended up as a roof ornament on the peak of a round Conservatory Garden Room, but it would be appropriate as a Garden Ornament as well, in a landscaped setting.


This is one of my favorite works ever. Well over a hundred hours went into this Cupola and weathervane in design and construction. It's all copper construction with a minimalist but very strong wooden skeleton frame. All the Stained glass, cornice and metal work was hand done by us. The cupola is outfitted with an accessible interior light fixture and light sensitive switching, so it illuminates and "comes to life" every evening as daylight fades, then turns off in the morning by itself. The glass was picked by hand from the factory to give the perfect complementary glow.


One of 5 ornamental copper crosses that were reproduced for a Ukrainian Orthodox Church. These crosses were eventually mounted on the 4 corners of the exterior of the church, with one installed at the peak of the main dome. All the installations were performed on site by us.


Art Deco installation in a Society Hill Townhouse. Large expanses of copper sheet on the walls complimented by original design candle wall sconces and fireplace trim. The copper crest above the fireplace is stamped copper, from a historic supplier of decorative sheet ornaments.

 

 

 

Hand Hammered Bowls and Ribbon

Hand Forged Solid Copper Railing Section - Client Sample

Hand Forged Window Grille Detail

 

 

 
 

Centaur Ornament

Original Sculpture Works in Alabaster (unfinished) Soapstone and Bronze

8" Copper Candlestick -Original

 
 

 
 

Sculpture -Dragon Paperweight

Iron and Copper Candlesticks/Candy Dishes

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