A noble metal, available in smooth and hammered versions with the following finishes: polished, satin, burnished, green "scavo", "Cretese" copper.
A copper alloy, available in smooth and hammered versions with the following finishes: smooth, satin and burnished.
Aluminium and stainless steel, available in the smooth and hammered versions, with the following finishes: polished, stain and burnished.
Many finishes are born with the study of materials, but above all with the passion passed down from generation to generation. The sheet thus processed is then treated with a special transparent protection that prevents the natural oxidation of the metal.
How is smooth metal different from hammered metal? The metal retains its physical properties (conductivity of heat and electricity, plasticity and mechanical strength, ductility and deformability), while the smooth surface varies in visual and tactile perception, highlighting the brightness and absolute sobriety of the metal. The smooth finish leads to a different visual and tactile effect, where the perfection and uniformity of the metal invites the whole person to look at themselves in the mirror.