Cement-bound materials are increasing in demand. Artistic stone casting has a long tradition. By using white or grey cement and adding pigments, there are practically no limits to color choice.
The charm of these casts lies in the touch of rust, resulting in a very lively surface. Natural corrosion makes every piece unique.
Plaster has a long tradition due to its inherent properties. We use a special plaster material which is especially durable and evenly white. This way, the matte surface best captures all the intricacies of the original. If required, the casts are mounted on a black wooden pedestal. The dimensions always include both the piece and the pedestal in that case.
These casts not only look like an original bronze casting, but the color can also be customized by varying the ratio of fine bronze powder in the mix.
Our workshop uses cast marble as an alternative to plaster. It is also weatherproof to a certain degree. The surface is slightly beige-colored due to the added Carrara marble powder. Its recipe makes this material much tougher than plaster, and it has a smooth and gapless surface.