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Passion for Pewter: Samples

CBP0015 Holy Night

Passion for Pewter: Samples

Podría decir que labrar mariposas en aluminio, y luego pintarlas me brinda tranquilidad. Es como una terapia para mi, lo disfruto plenamente.

Bodegón rústico.

Advocavion de Virgen del Perpetuo Socorro con marco en mosaico. Repujado sobre aluminio.

Cuadró Tulipanes en arte repujado y pintura vitral.

Cuadro rústico, tema bodegón en arte repujado y pintura vitral.

Lapicero repujado en estaño y vitral

Repujado en estaño y decoupage

Repujado en aluminio

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Repujado en aluminio

Yours Artfully: Designs by Ryn

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punched tin

Punched Tin Pierced Copper & Brass Country Accents

Dutch Plate Punched Tin Pattern

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cartes brodees - Page 5

cartes brodees - Page 5

free printable tin punch patterns

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Saw this "radiator cover" perforated metal at the store the other day and thought about making a hurricane. Today I saw this tutorial and I love the ease of just popping it into glass to make it super easy! - Punched Metal Hurricane DIY | House of Earnest

Punched Metal Hurricane DIY

Punched Tin Patterns

Punched Tin Patterns

victorian cigarette cases | From CosmicFirefly

Kagawa Katsuhiro Kizamu Late Meiji – Taishō era, circa 1906 – 1917. Kagawa Katsuhiro was born in the Shimoya district of Edo (later Tōkyō). From the age of 12 he studied wood carving with Ariyoshi Katsumori, a specialist in Noh masks. Later he studied drawing under Shibata Zeshin, and metal arts first with Nomura Katsunori and subsequently Kanō Natsuo. In 1903, he became a full professor at the Tōkyō Bijutsu Gakkō (Tōkyō School of Fine Art), and in 1906 he was made an Imperial Artist. Katsuhiro exhibited widely at both national and international venues. Among the latter were Nuremburg (1885), Chicago (1893), Venice (1898), Paris (1900), and London (1910). link