Different Ways of Working with Brass Sheet Metal for A New Business

If you’re a hobbyist who would like to take your crafts to the next level and open a business, one of the very first things that you should be looking for are brass suppliers that you can rely on for your stock of materials.

One of the most common items that you would need to have easy access to is brass sheet metal. Custom crafts-makers are fond of using this because of its versatility and malleability. It may take a while getting used to working with this type of sheet metal, though, but with enough practice, it should be one of the easiest items you’ll need to complete your projects.

Here are some tips that you could use to improve your use and handling of brass sheet metal so you can come up with better finished products.


Sculpting with Bronze Sheets and Bars? Here’s Some Art to Inspire You


Sometimes, it’s just easier to find a good set of tools and a quality supply of materials, rather than a good idea for a sculpture. Luckily, in this day and age, all it can take is a quick look around the internet – or your city – to gather ideas on how to sculpt bronze sheets and bars.

Here are three examples of bronze-based artworks you can find in New York City. Modern, whimsical, and ingenious, they could jump start your imagination and help you figure out what to create for your project.

The Ralph Ellison Memorial by Elizabeth Catlett, Riverside Park

This memorial to the novelist Ralph Ellison is essentially a giant rectangular sheet of bronze with a cut-out of a male figure at its center. It’s 15 feet high, 7.6 feet wide, and 6 inches deep. The figure represents The Invisible Man – the title of one of Ellison’s most famous works.


Stocking Up on Brass and Copper

Building contractors can very well expect that they will be working a lot with brass and copper. As two of the most common metals available, it is highly likely that they will need a constant supply of quality materials.

While copper is relatively cost-efficient, bronze can be quite expensive, especially depending on the form that it comes in. In order to better manage your business costs when it comes to the materials that you use, it’s better if you find yourself a supplier that you can trust who can give you a good deal. Continue reading

Using Copper & Bronze in Home Design

Copper and bronze are but two of the most commonly used kinds of metal for everyday things. They are common because they are not only easy to use but also very functional. For anyone new to working with these metals, whether in a construction site or in a jewelry design shop, it pays to know the differences between the two and what are the advantages of each. Continue reading

Elevating Bathroom Design with Bronze

Interior designers sometimes are hard-pressed to make crucial design decisions, if only to balance out what their clients want to have versus what they can afford. The bathroom, in particular, is a highly contentious point of home renovation and redesign because of its importance in raising the market value of the property. Continue reading

Redesigning Interiors with Bronze

Interior designers know the hippest and hottest trends in the industry right now, but more than that, they know how to achieve the same high-end with high quality, but budget-friendly, materials.

One such kind of material would be bronze sheets. What makes bronze appropriate for an interior designing job is its shiny appearance, which can be achieved and maintained with good quality polish. On the other end of the design spectrum, it could also achieve a rustic look and appeal if left on its own to develop a natural tarnish. Continue reading

Bronze Use in Jewelry-Making

Jewelry-making is not just about having a good imagination that is required in order to have a good design, but also good quality materials. Whether it be precious gems, simple strings, or shiny metals, the jewelry-maker has to make sure that all items used for the jewelry piece is going to be safe to wear. Continue reading