As custom metal artisans, we specialize in developing the right designs for you, or we will work from your own prints.

When you come to us with a project or design idea, we begin by listening carefully to your concepts, desires and style preferences. Any visual information, from photos of the site to quick concept sketches or blueprints that you can supply is useful to the design process.

When possible we evaluate the field conditions with a site visit. Working from our conversations with you, our knowledge of the design possibilities, and our own metalwork archives, we develop the project from conceptual sketches to scaled hand drawings for your approval.

(CAD also available only on request ) Together we choose the finishes and other details that give the piece its unique hand-built character.

We know that there is much to be gained by a close relationship between artisan and client. We know how to resolve design questions, we know how to avoid common mistakes in construction, and we bring years of experience in design and practical fabrication as a resource to your project.

As artisan blacksmiths, we enjoy the challenge of finding new ways to express the sculptural architecture of the worked metals.

The participation of the artisan metal smith, from design through installation, is your best guarantee of a satisfying project

Old World Elegance, Inc. uses techniques and processes that many consider to be “lost arts”.

A few of these include; hand forging of wrought iron, hand repousé of steel, brass and copper and custom metal spinning of brass, copper and aluminum.

Utilizing these traditional methods allows the fabrication of the most beautiful and authentic representations of styles gone past.

A feeling of pride and accomplishment is a part of every artisan’s training, as evidenced in the pieces that are produced.

In a time of fake imitations and mass production, there is still something that reflects the hand made quality of times gone by…

We are an all custom metalwork studio. With over 40 combined years of experience and a substantial photograph collection of custom pieces we have created along the way, you’ll be sure to find something extraordinary for your home or business.

We can also help you with the design process so that you pull together the entire look of your home.

Iron requires as much work and the same techniques today as in XVII, XVIII and XIX centuries to achieve the same results.

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