The freebird line is all about impression. It began with silhouettes of birds impressed into pewter, nickel or silver. Most often, the designs are hand drawn and cut, then impressed into metal. When creating paper cuttings, the paper can only be used one or two times before it disintegrates, making each piece unique. A newer technique that falls into the freebird collection is metal etching. Both techniques offer flexibility in design that is not easily accomplished with standard metalworking. The possibilities are endless.
This gallery serves to show examples of past work. For current inventory, or to request custom pieces, just contact us. Already made pieces can be found online, in stores or in person at shows.