Copper Tones

No other metal responds more gracefully or more playfully to the dance of time than copper. From the second it is smelted it reacts to air dynamically, and the craftsperson who works it and, subsequently, the owner of the object that contains it, must choose whether to polish it up bright or whether to let it change to that astonishing combination of grays and greens and blues and abstract patterning that goes under the name of verdigris.

Soft enough to be easily worked, copper can play a starring part in an object or function brilliantly as part of an ensemble, even scoring as a bit player, so it is our great pleasure to introduce you to a range of pieces in this collection that have availed themselves of this gorgeous material.