Northumberland Finish – Aged copper with verdigris

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Finish Description

Vivid blues, greens and teals set on the background of marbled aged copper are showcased with this finish.  Each piece is made to order and the level of patina and exposed copper can be varied on request to create the perfect finish.

Pieces in the Northumberland range from heavily patinas, with brilliant bright blues and greens, to more marbled finishes with small veins of patina running through. Ideal for splashbacks and decorative wall cladding.

For pieces longer than 2000mm or wider than 1000mm, they will need to be created using multiple sheets.

We can age the pieces together to minimise the join as much as possible. And we recommend that pieces longer than 2000mm are split into 3 equal pieces which tends to look better aesthetically.

Lead times for our pieces is 3-4 weeks from order. If you need sooner please let us know and we will do our best to help

Bespoke Commissions

Do you need a different thickness? Require laser cutting? Are you looking to create a bespoke product for items such as bartops, furniture, custom cabinetry, table tops, decorative wall cladding?

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the turnaround time for a brass finish?

As every order is created by hand, there’s a 3-4 week turnaround time for all aged brass products. Contact our team if you need something faster.

Will the brass finish be identical to the picture on the website?

No, the brass finish won’t be identical. Every piece is made by hand, so will include slight variations in colour and tone. We do our best to deliver uniform pieces, but one of the beauties of aged brass is that every piece is totally unique!

Is aged brass easy to maintain?

Yes, aged brass is easy to maintain. It’s simple to keep them clean and we provide full care instructions with every order.

What’s the largest brass sheet I can order?

The largest brass sheet you can order is 2000mm x 1000mm. We can create larger items but they will be made up of multiple sheets. We age them all together to provide a uniform finish though.

I’m using a brass sheet as a splashback, how thick should it be?
We recommend a brass sheet splashback should be 0.9mm thick. This is thick enough to be robust and thin enough to fit to the wall safely.
How can I install a brass sheet to a wall?

Installing a brass sheet onto a wall or any flat surface is simple. We recommend using epoxy resin or liquid adhesive for best results. You can use screws and fixings if you need to though.

What’s the shipping cost for large brass products?

The shipping costs for large brass products depends on the size, shape and number. We recommend shipping items 1300mm and over using a pallet, which costs around £50 to ship.

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