Our normal bronze is very pure and fault free with sheets up to 4 X 2 feet. To go larger we have to use a more variable one with the occasional pit or inclusion, this usually does no harm, since by artificially ageing the bronze and giving it a brush finish any faults are hidden.
We occasionally polish our normal bronze to a very high standard when it can look like gold and will not tarnish readily.
For rectangular and square shapes we guillotine or saw bronze, complex shapes are cut bywater-jet. We can also bend it andweld on brassstuds.
Traditionally bronze has been used in memorial plaques, we are makingbronze signage for prestigious buildings and as house signs. There is also a large market in engraved clock components, park sculptures and architectural signage.
This example is reverse engraved and unfilled.