Materials

  • Cast Bronze

    Available in several finishes, bronze is a metal alloy consisting primarily of copper, and other elements such as tin, aluminum, or silicon. Cast bronze features small imperfections in the surface, that are nearly impossible to replicate by hand.

  • Espresso

    Just shy of ebony, this classic finish is a safe bet for any environment.

  • Guayubira

    This is one of the hardest and most heavily grained woods in the world. Dark browns, streaked with tan and peppered with black, this wood is available solid, veneered, or in slabs, and in any finish.

  • Leather Sand

    Costantini Design's long-lasting leathers, with a wide range of colors and types.

    Color: Sand
    Saturation: Medium
    Embossed leather

  • Leather Angora

    Costantini Design's long-lasting leathers, with a wide range of colors and types.

    Color: Angora
    Saturation: Medium
    Full Grain

  • Light Oil-rubbed Bronze

    Bronze is a metal alloy consisting primarily of copper, and other elements such as tin, aluminum, or silicon. The degree of oil-rubbing makes it darker, from its natural color on one extreme, to near black.

  • Walnut

    Hard, dense, lightly figured and polishes to a very smooth finish. Uniform grayish-brown in color. Available in any finish, as solid, veneered or in slabs.

  • Dark Oil-rubbed bronze

    Bronze is a metal alloy consisting primarily of copper, and other elements such as tin, aluminum, or silicon. The degree of oil-rubbing makes it darker, from its natural color on one extreme, to near black.