Luxury Hand Forged Wrought Iron Candlestick Candle Holder 5 Candles Handmade
Candlestick is finished with special graphite paint which is protected by Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia.
Hand crafted - fine art not welding
Solid hand forged wrought iron - no castings or hollow faux metals
Built in the old fashioned way "when everything was built to last forever" and craftsmen were proud to sign their work.
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NOTE: For exact measures see the gallery. If you would like to be painted on some other color please let us know.
About wrought iron and blacksmith shop:
The reason wrought iron was phased out is simple - the process is very labor intensive and costly. In the old days, a laborer had to hold the metal with tongs and "work" it under a steam hammer.
BUT NOT in our case. With a family tradition since 1728, Blacksmith Grasic –Slovenia, Europe still care about high quality hand hammered real wrought iron products done like centuries before.
Every piece we make is conceived with your unique taste in mind. To achieve this goal we rely on an old fashioned and time tested traditional way of making every piece by hand.
We take pride in using traditional methods of blacksmithing to produce hand forged ironwork that replicates the craft of a bye-gone era, a time when “hand-made” was the only way.
The look and feel of true hand forged ironwork is different than mass-produced, painted or powdercoated cast iron and fabricated steel.
In our blacksmith shop we use fire, hammers and anvil to inspire warmth and soul into it. We stick to traditional methods of forging.
BE AWARE that it's hard to find hand forged products that are still made in the old fashion way that brings real value and quality.
Hand forged products are piece of art and not just another product with no soul. Not even two are the same since the blacksmith can't hit with the hamered twice the same.
Currently, the only way to get true wrought iron is to import it from Europe.The scarcity of the metal is unfortunate for the ornamental iron industry because wrought iron is an ideal metal to work with. The metal is corrosion resistant, handles stress well, and can accept a thicker finish.