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Gilding

Metallic leaf work

Gilding test metallic gold leaf

Gilding test

The application of the gold leaf is tested in various ways by using multiple chemical formulas that characterize different aesthetics and mechanics.

Lamintion in silver leaf Crystallization stage and drying on the outer

Resistance test

The decoration of motorcycle parts made ​​with the technique of gilding are catalyzed and made ​​stable, and durable to the action of time and weather. Only after this process, that takes about 15 days, we can proceed with the artistic design.

Processes in metallic leaf : gold, silver, copper...

Most of our artistic creations are made by completely covering the object with metallic leaf foils. Then we work with airbrush, brushes etc.

Thanks to enormous experience in the field of interior and exterior gilding and the study of the technique at the prestigious ateliers in Vienna, we have developed and perfected many special technics in the field of "Kustom Art".

Starting from a simple cover in gold or silver, we are able to carry out extremely elaborate variations which offer infinite possibilities for original aesthetic and artistic solutions of great impact.

Each of these laminations requires several days of "crystallization" and special chemical treatments to ensure strength and durability.

BASIS LIST

In the DESIGN BASE section are listed the artistic backgrounds on which are achieved our designs : from flat colors until more complex and sophisticated laminations in metallic leaf.




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