In the workshop

This to share some pictures of an order we have been working on lately.                 I took the pictures while the work was in process which means that what you see are unfinished panels. At least these pictures give en idea of what kept us locked in the studio for some time.

Meanwhile these have arrived at destination in Macau

 

And Ottoman panels with a mother-of-pearl metallic ground.

Trellis and polkadots are of course hand painted.

As Always, made with Passion & Savoir Faire

Fred

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “In the workshop

  1. Greetings! Hope the work goes fine! Such a huge piece means a big size matrix in embossed metal, isn’t it? I wonder if you ever contected the ICOM-Leather Depart. (the actual director is French), as they have a nice newsletter. There was the “Cordoba project” and since Sept the Gilt leather Society (www.giltleathersociety.org). …I keep on writting on gilt leather history, with new data of the 16th c, pieces in the south of Portugal; it will be only in Spring I’ll deal with the Tomar panels; unfortunately time is short and moves fast. My best wishes! Franklin

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    1. Hi Franklin, good to hear you, thank you for the links, yet I tried the gilt-leather society and apparently the site is blocked. We have embossing moulds made of Bronze, Brass, Aluminum and Epoxy resin. I prefer the resin moulds as they are lighter to manipulate and they last just long. Best Wishes Fred

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