Brass Sculptures are basically the three dimensional form of art developed by craving, shaping and removing waste parts of the metal. Brass sculptures are widely popular and their demands are quite high. Brass is among one of those metals which are largely used in Indian handicrafts. The hardness and malleability of brass make it an excellent choice for the designing and developing handicrafts and other showpiece items. Brass sculptures are different from other metal sculptures because of their look and corrosion resistant properties. This anti-corrosion property of brass ensures that you can place a brass sculptures both inside and outside of the house or any other place. The shade or color of this alloy can be manipulated with the use of some polishes or by applying metal plating. Gold and silver plated brass sculptures and showpieces are quite famous. Brass sculptures showcase the art of creating visual structures of a metal by making use of some related tools. The brass sculptures are well-known for their antique look and rich visual impacts. Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are famous for brass ware in India. Big and large brass sculptures can add a sense of royalty to the place of their installation.
- Corrosion resistant
- Look somewhat like gold but its color can be charged through polish and metal plating
- Offer antique and royal look
- Have great creative and artistic value
- Can be placed at both indoor and out door locations
- Attract viewer's attention