was 1951, when our grand father made his first chandelier
in his small workshop. His dedications to profession,
craftsmanship, and fine quality, enabled his sons to
expand the workshop and thus the variety of their products.
and become of the most well reputated in the business
of lights. Now the third generation understanding and
respecting the true value of such reputation, has tried
at its best to still manufacture chandeliers, lamps,
candle beras and clocks, meeting the expectations of
not only our clients but our fore
as well. At the edge of the transition to the fourth
generation, we feel proud of our quality and designs
just as we know you will enjoy them a life time.
It takes about 1100 degree of centigrade heat to melt
solid brass into lava, which is then poured into moulds
prepared by experts of casting. The coated object goes
through four to five stages before it reaches the hand
of yet another expert craftsman who has received the
drawing and structions of the designers. After all the
forming, drilling, and brushing, the finished work is
handed to professionals of platting, dressing the solid
brass with 24K French gold or Swiss silver. We give
this product one last job of coating with patina and
laquere before it is ready for assembling and packing.
A process that is done about 90% by hand. No wonder
it looks so good.