• Potters and metalsmiths of the Arts and Crafts period loved to work with this classic organic form. This photo of the vase and magnolia blossom has been a Cobre icon for more than 20 years.
    • 5.5" wide x 3.5" high
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    In the early days of Cobre Copper a local furniture dealer wanted a few classic  hammered copper vases to complement their furniture gallery. This is one of the designs they asked us to make and it was so popular it became a staple in their store for years. Antonio Ziranda has created a small edition and it's just as beautiful today as it was 28 years ago.
    • SIZE: 8" high x 4.25" at the widest
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  • This hand-hammered copper vase is a classic Arts and Crafts form.
    • SIZE: 8" high x 4.25" at widest
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  • This hand-hammered copper tray was inspired by metalwork of the Roycroft community which thrived in the early 20th century in East Aurora, NY. Coppersmith Anselmo Miranda has beautifully executed the "Rose and Vine" design in repoussé.
    • SIZE: 9.5" x 9.5"/for product page add these dims: flat area of plaque 4.5" x 4.5", rose and vine border 1.75" wide
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  • The Keswick School of Industrial Art was active during the latter part of 19th century England and  the school's work was highly regarded.  The original version of this plaque was a massive 24" wide. We've scaled it down to 12" to accommodate today's living spaces. Coppersmith Anselmo Miranda has masterfully created an interpretation of the original plaque including intricate repousse flowers. A rich heat patina gives the plaque a warm glow, as though it were tooled leather rather than hammered copper.  A copper hanger is attached to the back of the plaque for easy wall installation. Short on wall space? The Dard Hunter wood easel is the perfect complement to display the plaque on your favorite table or shelf - and enjoy!
    • SIZE: 12" wide
    You may also be interested in the Dard Hunter oak easel stand.
  • The fall issue of American Bungalow Magazine featured our interpretation of a vase from Marblehead Pottery (Massachusetts 1906-36). Marblehead Pottery sponsored  a craft-therapy program that was so successful it became an independent commercial enterprise within a year.
    • SIZE: 9" high x 8" wide
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