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Brass, copper and iron. Bassano ceramic and Murano glass. Materials are not just raw materials, they are essential components of the aesthetic appeal of our lamps.

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Brass or Iron

Grafene

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Brass or Iron

Morocco

Brass

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc with a distinctive golden colour. It undergoes an accelerated oxidation process, a totally artisan process handed down within the family, and acquires a special burnish that we call antique. For our outdoor lamps, brass is left in its natural state: subjected to weather conditions and salinity, it is destined to acquire more or less enhanced shades over time that are always different.

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Brass

Antique

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Brass

Natural

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Brass

Burnished

Copper

Copper is a very ductile metal featuring a reddish hue. Like the other metals, it undergoes an accelerated oxidation treatment that gives it an antique finish. With outdoor lighting products, oxidation continues over time in a natural way: copper acquires dark brown nuances from the effect of the sun and rain, and green overtones when exposed to the salty air of seaside locations.

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Copper

Antique

Iron

A precious material, iron is a shiny, tough and malleable metal. Like other metals, iron undergoes an antiquing process that creates characteristic marks on each piece that are always different, enhancing its identity. With lamps intended for outdoor use, the natural oxidation process continues over time, giving the material reddish hues.

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Iron

Antique

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Iron

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Leaf finishes

Gold leaf, like silver and copper leaf, is a thin sheet used to decorate a surface in a different material. It is produced by hot stamping and subsequent beating, an artisan process that requires great skill and experience.

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Leaf finishes

Gold

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Leaf finishes

Silver

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Leaf finishes

Copper

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