We work primarily in steel, brass and sterling silver to produce our object work. Often our work is forged or formed by hammer to manipulate the material to create texture, detail and form. We pay close attention to the function of the object and explore material, making process and form to create unexpected design solutions.
Wood - Drill a 2.5mm ø pilot hole. Install using the supplied brass screw.
* Included washer: For our cloud and cup handles that are supplied with a brass washer, install the handle with the washer in between the handle and the mounting surface. The washer helps seat the slightly rounded back face securely.
Masonry - Install using a 5mm ø white masonry wall plug to the manufacturers instructions. Install using the supplied brass screw.
Plasterboard - Install using a Ramset spring toggle (50mm long with 1/8 inch ø thread) to the manufacturers instructions.
Brass - Brass will slowly oxidise (this process may quicken in a damp environment) initially leaving a slight yellow patina that will darken over time on the surface. To gently remove oxides, spray the piece with a glass cleaner and rub the whole surface with a green Scotchbrite scourer in a circular motion (this is how we finish all our brass work). To help prevent your brass work from oxidising we find a thin coating of bees wax helps. Apply with a cloth and wipe off excess.
Silver - Silver will gradually oxidise becoming more dull and leaving a slight brown patina on the surface. To gently remove oxides, spray the piece with a glass cleaner and rub the whole surface with a green Scotchbrite scourer in a circular motion (this is how we finish all our silver work). Silver utensils can be rinsed in warm soapy water and dried when needed.
* Please note that the finish on all our objects will vary slightly in brightness and texture due to how much each piece is worked and how the finishing process responds.