How it's made
A glimpse at our silverware manufacturing process which effectivily combines traditional techniques and modern technology.
Heating of brass
Spinning and pressing deep brass items requires heating to soften the metal.
The spinning technique is used to shape round metallic items.
Welding brass is a very delicate operation that requires a lot of experience to insure perfect finishing.
All steps, require input from skilled technicians that spent years mastering their craft.
Mills are used to cut precision parts and molds for spinning.
Deep rectangular and square items are made using a powerful double action hydraulic press.
Cutting of raw metal sheets
The main raw material for silverware consists of large brass sheets which are cut and then sent for forming, welding and polishing.
Computer based milling, engraving and cutting allows unrivaled precision and improved execution times.
Sand casting is a beautiful traditional technique for duplicating brass and aluminum items.
One of the secrets to manufacturing high quality durable silverware resides in those plating baths.
Polishing is an essential part of silverware making and is requires at several stages of the manufacturing process.